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Shea Moisture Organic Coconut & Hibiscus Curl & Style Milk

Average Rating 4.2/5
77% would buy again
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Review by itsKelCeeEee

rated 5 of 5 top reviewer on 12/12/2012 8:21:00 PM More reviews by itsKelCeeEee

Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Medium Brown, Cool Hair: Brown, Kinky, Coarse Eyes: Brown

I can't believe I'm the only one so far who adores this milk. This has got to be one of (if not THE one) my favorite leave-ins ever to grace the planet. SM's Curl & Style Milk is the only hair milk I've ever had success with. ONLY. They usually leave my hair sticky and tacky feeling, and they're just messy and pointless. This is a completely different story. It leaves my hair moisturized and soft, as well as defines my curls (a bonus since I didn't buy it for that purpose). However, there are some time periods where I can't use this, such as when I'm using SM's Curl Enhancing Smoothie. This might also apply to some up here who haven't had success using them in conjunction. If your hair is protein sensitive (like mine), using both products at the same time can dry your hair out. Both products contain silk protein along with coconut oil (coconut oil isn't a protein, but it CAN make hair hard if you use too much of it) so it just makes for more chances to get hard, dry hair. If I use the milk, I won't use the smoothie and vice versa. Also, I use the milk on damp hair. If I use it on wet hair it leaves my hair feeling all squeaky and I hate that. If I use it on dry hair I feel like it's not absorbed as much and to me that's a waste of product...so damp is the way to go. It might sound dumb, but that's what works for me and it leaves my hair in wonderful condition, so whatever. But yeah, I highly recommend it if you have thick, coarse, dry hair. Just watch out if your hair doesn't like a lot of protein.

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