I try not to be a product junkie and try every natural product made for naturally curly, wavy, kinky hair. But sometimes I fail at my attempts to not sample major products.
I usually try the leftover products on Diva's thick curly, wavy, and unruly hair. Some products work temporarily, but most don't.
My little handsome has a head full of curly hair. I love it so much that I'm delaying his first haircut until he's at least 5 years old. Although his curl pattern is more defined and manageable compared to Diva, I went out looking for a natural product to detangle and moisturize his curls.
Target-my go to store for EVERYTHING! I saw Shea moisture for kids line. I didn't even know they had a line for children. In the store I tested the detangling spray on handsome-rubbed it in. The feeling was moisturizing and a little sticky, but it was working through his hair and didn't leave his hair feeling sticky. Ok...so now I needed a moisturizer. I open the moisturizer (yeah I did-y'all know you do the same things in the store) and rub a little throughout his hair. I was instantly impressed with the combination.
We get home and I spray handsome's hair generously with the spray. Using a wide tooth comb I detangle his hair with ease. This product alone gave his hair a nice shine. The smell is nice. Only con is the stickiness on your hands after applying. But you was your hands after doing hair, right? So no problem. :)
I rubbed the cream on my hands then onto his hair. The consistency is thick and creamy. It also has a nice smell to it. This provided great definition to his curls and moisture. I braided his hair for the first time and it's been 4 days and his hair is still nicely moisturized. He sleeps with no scarf to retain moisture, but did you really expect him to?
The combination of these two products are definitely a win! I paid $9.99 a piece for each, and was hesitant at first, but it's definitely worth it. They also have a shampoo and conditioner that I may try soon.