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Mahogany Naturals Review


As always I'm excited to post another review for you guys, and have been counting down the days to post this and its finally here,yaaay!Mahogany Naturals were very generous to send me these and I've been using them on my hair for the past 4weeks to see if they do the job.There product range (including body care) are made of natural and organic ingredients,so no harsh chemicals and can be applied to children's hair.Everything sound good so far?Find out how well I got on with there products!

Hydrating Hair Juice

  • " A highly effective detangling and moisturising juice for parched and very dry hair"
  • "Helps define existing curls, ph balanced for smooth cuticles" 
  • "For all hair types"
Making my hair wet,I sprayed between 5-6 pumps so it was distributed all over, considering I have a lot of hair and that its quite thick.The spray nozzle made it easier too and there also wasn't any product leakage either.Scent wise, its absolutely beautiful!Can't exactly put my finger on it of what it smells like despite looking at the ingredients list, but its gorgeous.

Getting my wet brush, I combed the few of the tangles I'd had and my hair wasn't left in a frizzy state afterwards like I'd normally get, except my hair felt a bit sticky, but all  is explained why in the next paragraph.Being happy with the results so far, I decided to relax in the garden for an hour to see how well it would cope with the heat.By falling asleep, I was out there for a good 2hours!Rushing to the mirror thinking that was my hair was fried and done for, I was amazed by the results.My hair was still moisturised, shiny and my curls were still bouncing,WHAAAT!I've been using this on my hair constantly, especially when its really hot or to style it up in a bun.

I've also learnt that you do not need a lot of this to see results.Even though I have a lot of hair, I would only need 2-3 pumps of to do its job and to also not leave your hair feeling sticky.This may vary from person to person, just a little trial and error. This bottle is reasonably priced at £25 and its going to last a very long time also until I stock up. Purchase here
















Ingredients: Contains (Aqua) Purified Water,( Aloe Barbadensis) Aloe Vera, (Prunus Dulcis) Grapeseed Oil, (Tocopherol) Vitamin E, (Olea Europaea) Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Emulsifyer,Guar, Essential Oils, Vegetable Glycerin (Cocos Nucifera) Coconut Oil, Silk Amino Acid, Fragrance


Irish Cream Hair Smoothie

  • "A super rich, luxurious hair smoothie that can be used as a weekly indulging treatment for your hair"
  • "Great for dry, damaged, frizzy hair"
  • "Apply to damp hair before or after shampoo for 45 minutes"
  • "Use a hair steamer or plastic cap for better penetration"
Irish Cream?When first reading that it threw me, so much I went to look at the ingredients list to read alongside it "Irish Whiskey".Never heard of these put into a hair product, which got me excited to try it even more, and I was so glad that I did!
After shampooing, I applied an reasonable amount to my hair, making sure I was massaging it in also.As always with treatments, I put on my silk cap for better penetration.
It smells like the name suggests but isn't too overpowering, its just right and smells nice.The product is thick, yet easy to distribute and massage into the scalp.

Leaving on for the 45 minutes as recommended, my hair felt so soft, before washing out with luke warm water.As expected my curls were left really soft, and also moisturised.My curls weren't defined as much, so I added a bit of curl creme to help with that.I'll be applying to my hair once its run out,however the only issue I could see with this product is the £40 price tag.It does produce great results as you can see in the images below, but personally I wouldn't pay that as its a little too expensive unless your hair suffers extreme from dryness.Purchase here













Ingredients: (Aqua) Purified Water, (Aloe Barbadensis) Aloe Vera, Organic Castor Oil (Ricinus Communis), Shea Butter, Organic Cocoa Butter, Organic Coconut Oil (Cocos Nuciferal), Camellia Oil, Organic Honey, Irish Cream, Irish Whiskey,Organic Coffee, French Vanilla, (Mangifera Indica) Mango Oil, (Tocopherol) Vitamin E, Vegetable Glycerine, (Oleo Europaea) Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Vanilla, Silk Amino Acid, Seaweed, Conditioning Emulsifier

Overall, these products done a great job on my hair, especially when tackling the extra hot weather we've recently been having.The rest of there range looks really promising too, even there skincare!(Website here)Let me know on how you got on with there products and what your favourites are too :)










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