Curl Harmony - Natural Curly Girl Products

Friday, January 04, 2013

Curl Harmony Intensive Repair Deep Conditioner 250ml £14.50, Buttercream 60ml £4.95 , Curl Reviver 60ml £4.50

Was quite ecstatic to say the least when I was asked to review products from Curl Harmony! Nadine Anderson, lovely creator and fellow natural, curly lady is the proud owner of this company. Since ditching her relaxer to go au naturél, it was a task to find natural, curl nourishing products that her hair loved - we've all been there!
I'm trying to get a regimen that works and curl enhancing products are key.

This curly hair sista is trying to get some bounce back on her head. Heat damage is real!

So since cutting off those dead, split ends and readjusting to life with her that hasn't been this short since my teens. It's the perfect time to safely experiment, heat free and build this regimen.

Twice I've washed my hair and used the Intensive Repair Deep Conditioner. I love the fact that it has jojoba oil in which is the closet oil to our natural hair oil. Shea butter and coconut oil are fantastic for our hair and curly hair need a lot of deep moisture I section into four and I put the curl reviver (kokum butter, avocado oil and coconut oil) in and twist my hair. Leave it for the night. Once I take out my curls in the morning I am left with .....

Something that needs moisture but the curls are present but need to be hydrated some more. Using the Buttercream (shea butter, kokum butter and avocado oil)  I run through separate sections to make sure it has been evenly distributed and I add a lil bit of coconut oil.

Did you know?  Kokum Butters help regenerate tired worn hair cuticles and aids in elasticity to prevent breakage and thinning.

And I put my hair in a pony tail for the rest of the day - poof. Let the curls just lay and drop, ready for it's twist outs later tonight. This makes my curls more manageable these products, there's not a lot of dryness even after it's dried, I can feel it's still soft but listen to my hair and continue to give it the moisture it needs. Using products that are aimed for the curl hair shafts makes it easier and the natural products that it includes is such a bonus for me. I'll definitely be looking into the brand more and experimenting more for my hair regimen.

You can shop Curl Harmony here

*This product was sent to me for consideration for a review. This does not sway my opinion. This is 100% my view and research is that of my own!

6 Comments so far

  1. These products look interesting! I'm always on the lookout for anything to hydrate my curls. I've been using the Shea Moisture line, and I swear by the Aussie 3-min deep treatment, but I need to try this brand.

  2. I’m in a hurry to this out, because I’m suffering from this messy curly hair problem. Thanks for sharing. By the way from where can I buy this? Is this available in London?

  3. I have lots of problems with my curly hair. I want to try this product very soon.

  4. All I want is to keep hair soft, shiny, and curled.


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