Monday, 6 March 2017

Curly Hair Brands To Keep An Eye Out For This Month

We're only into the third month of the year already, and I've gone a little bit crazy over makeup products.I decided to give my hair a little break from testing products on it and to also plan on what I wanted to achieve this year.My hair is back to its normal bouncy curly self and is so ready to try some new hair products.I've got 3brands that I'll be reviewing over the next couple of weeks, and I thought I would do like an introduction post of whats to come and my thoughts so far too.I'm really excited (like always) to share my experiences of these products and to just get the ball rolling again.So the first brand that I'm going to talk about first is...
ONLY CURLS!I haven't been following them that long but I came across there feed and fell in love with the idea of there products.A few weeks later I was kindly asked if I would like to try one out and of course I said yes!It arrived beautifully presented and I just loved the little card that it came with as well.This towel is extremely soft and I wanted to see how it worked against my scrubby t-shirt that I normally use to dry my hair.When I used it for the first time, I had it wrapped around the whole of my hair, with two pieces down at the front, so my hair wouldn't drip.I applied some curl product (which is mentioned in my next announcement below) and left my hair to air dry.I honestly couldn't believe the difference in my hair, with it being left extremely soft and frizz free.The towels are available in White, Grey and Black, retailing for just £15.I'll be doing a full review at the end of the month, but if you can't wait, check out there store now: Only Curls
Next up is Curlsmith and I'm so excited to do a little preview on these, because they're seriously amazing.Curlsmith have just launched and I was very kindly sent a box to review to give them my feedback.I wasn't actually meant to be reviewing any of them until April, but I decided to try the Curl Defining Styling Soufflé because I was really intrigued.I used it on my instastory for the first time when I done the unboxing video, and if you watched it, you know that I used it completely wrong.The second time round, I used it with my only curls towel after wetting my hair and applying it correctly.This was on Day 4 hair and I only needed to wet my hair a little to just see how the curling soufflé worked, and I was pretty impressed on how it left my curls (picture below).I've since then used the Curl Quenching Conditioning Wash too and it left my curls extremely moisturised, soft and shiny.I love how they've designed a range that have been tested on all different hair textures around the world and its infused with organic and natural ingredients, so goodbye sulphates, parabens, silicones, mineral oils, phthalates, and DEA's.
I'll be doing a full review in April so if you're interested on my thoughts of this range, keep an eye out on my social media channels for a release date.Take a look at there website in the meantime until its uploaded :) Curlsmith
Lastly is a brand that I've already spoken about on my blog many times before and every time that I've mentioned them, its been nothing but positivity.I've been a fan of Bouncecurl since they came out, and if you haven't seen or heard of them already, check out my 2017 updated review on there Light Creme Gel.Last year I purchased some hair vitamins from another brand and then started working with them since they started to work.I decided not to renew my work with them this year for many reasons, but this gave me a great opportunity to purchase Bouncecurls vitamins, as I have 100% faith in there products.The creator was kind enough to send me some vitamins which I thought was really lovely of her and of course to let you know my thoughts on them.

Firstly I absolutely hate big pills or capsules and always avoid them, but these ones can be mixed in with your drink if you're not a fan of those.I decided to mix it with a hot drink, which my favourite is a Thai Chi Latte by Drink Me.It completely takes the vitamin taste away, that is like a bitter herbal taste to me, but it isn't anything bad.It recommends to take two a day, but I personally prefer to take just the one a day instead.I have seen some minor improvements to my nails especially growing a lot more healthy and natural, but today while typing this, I ended up ripping off two (YES TWO) of my nails :( I'd bent them back so much, it caused them to crack nearly half way down and they kept getting caught up in my hair, so to make it fair, I trimmed all of my nails extremely short.I cannot comment on how its worked for my skin yet, because I'm currently having really bad eczema, but this isn't down to the vitamins, as its stressed related.My hair doesn't seem to dry out as quickly as it used too, and can last up to day 4 without me having to make it wet or apply product.Its still very early to say what I properly think of these, but I hope what I've said above gives you some idea of how things are going so far.The full review won't be uploaded until mid April.You can check out Bouncecurls website here and there instagram feed here

I have more curly products on the way to review, but wanted to focus on these 3 for now as they'll be posted around the end of this month and in April.If you see a product that you want me to review or want any updated thoughts on it, please leave a comment below on here or you can contact me via any of my social media channels as I'd love to help :)

Shanise x

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