My Honey Child Review-Featuring Antidotestreet & Curls Understood

Hi Curlies!In the past couple of weeks I've been so busy testing out hair products for you,and really cannot wait to share the results.A few months ago, I announced I'm an ambassador for Curls Understood,and they've partnered with Antidotestreet to provide these products for me to review which I'm so grateful for.I also wanted to mention how much I loved the packaging from Antidotestreet, the box is so damn cute!

Honey Nut Conditioner (The Kink Peacemaker)

"Dry, stressed hair can be the woe of not just the bearer but the beholder too!The Honey Nut Conditoner deeply moisturises your locks to make them silky, shiny and soft.The natural moisturisers present in the conditioner hydrate your hair to replenish the dry and damaged tresses, so you can flaunt some gorgeous shiny locks!" 

When opening the bottle, the coconut scent is so lovely, I must of stood there and smelt the bottle at least 10 times before even applying it to my hair.The product itself is very liquidy and very easy to apply to the hair.I followed the recommendation to apply it after shampooing and leaving it on for 10 minutes.After 5minutes I noticed it started to dry on my hair, but I left it on for the full 10 minutes.Washing it out was a struggle, because it had started to dry in my hair, and made it even more hard for me to wash it out.This left my hair lanky, leaving some residue in my hair also

The second time using it,I decided to leave it on my hair for 3-4 minutes to stop it from drying in my hair.It was easier to wash out and left my hair soft, but just didn't deeply moisturise my hair at all which was a shame.

Ingredients: Purified water, Cocos nucifera (coconut) butter, Raw mellis (honey), Julgans regia (walnut) oil, Prunus dulcis (almond) essential oil, Cocos nucifera (coconut) milk, Parfum (fragrance), Caprylyl glycol (Optiphen) and Phenoxyethanol

Honey Hair Mask:

"Fortified and enriched with raw honey the Honey Hair Mask helps to stop breakage, strengthen hair instantly and restore shine to dull-lifeless hair.Regular use leaves hair soft, silky and healthy looking as never before.Excellent for all hair types, including natural, relaxed pressed, texturised or colour treated hair"

Despite not having great results with the conditioner, I didn't think  anything less of how the deep conditioner was going to work.This is more thick compared to the conditioner and although its a honey mask, it doesn't smell like honey at all,more like cherries which is weird but smells lovely regardless.I sectioned my hair when applying this because its so thick and didn't want to overdo it.Left it on for 10minutes with a silk cap on to lock in the moisture and then continued to wash it out.This was easier to wash out and didn't leave any dry flakes in my hair.Result wise, my hair was left shiny and soft, however once my hair started to air dry my hair lost that and wasn't moisturised at all.

Ingredients: Purified water, unfiltered raw honey. shea butter, coconut butter, mango butter, coconut milk, Vitamin A & E, fragrance, glyceryl caprylate (natural emulsifier) and optiphen (preservative)

Upon researching on there site and correct me if I'm wrong, but the conditioner is directed for 4a and above curl type, which could explain on why that didn't work so well for me.Overall result of these two products, they are just not for me or my hair type.They are not the worst nor the best either but really think they will benefit someone with tighter curls than mine.

These can be purchased from Antidote Street, who I received my items from very quickly and packaged great too!

Shanise        x

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