Product Review: Shea Butter Deep Treatment Masque, Kinky Curly Custard, Mizani 25 Miracle Milk

Hi guys and thanks for stopping by my blog. I will be posting my reviews on hair products and my recommendations based on my experience. Its summer here and I don't know about you but I have personally had to change a few of my staple hair products to adjust to the humid weather. Here are some of what I am using now and why.


I recently switched from using the Shea Butter Restorative Conditioner to this Masque for conditioning my hair and my daughter's hair because it has done a better job with detangling and softening our hair. I always use it along with a generous amount of EVOO (extra virgin olive oil), I leave it for about 30 minutes then rinse off. The results have been amazing. My hair isn't only moisturized but also well oiled, so if you are experiencing hair dryness and breakage, try this product.
For those based in the United States, ULTA is having their buy 1, get 1 50% off now on all Shea moisture hair products, a good time to stock up on their amazing products.

I love this gel because, it gets the job done without leaving hair dry and eliminates that cracked looked you typically get with gels. Oh and the best part, I used it for my daughter's flat twist outs and I got amazing results! Her curls were more defined and the bounce was better. Definitely try this for your next flat twist out, you will thank me later.

I tried something different after my wash routine before getting it straightened (different from when I am simply washing my hair) and it was bananas!! All I applied on my hair after washing and conditioning my hair was this product,( I skip the leave-in step when I am straightening my hair for that extra bounce and lightness.) You don't need too much for this products which is the best part. My hair was softer and my curls bouncy.

Things I am still doing regularly to my hair
-Doing overnight treatments with Coconut oil before washing my hair.
-Drinks lots of water (Aids with growth.)
-Applying coconut oil to my edges to keep it moisturized.
-Giving my hair a break every now and then by wearing a protective hairstyle. (I have braids at the moment)
-Wearing my satin scarf every night.
-Less manipulation, I try not to always have my hands in my hair and I have stopped using combs on my edges, I use a brush instead.

Coming up soon, I am trying my hands on making hair tutorial videos, wish me luck, lol. This is new territory for me, but I think its the best way to explain some things. Before the videos, I will be sharing an updated flat twist out method. Please e-mail me for your hair questions.

1 comment:

  1. Hiya Titi! Great information. Looking forward to the updated flat twist video..x

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