I have a naturally loose curl pattern (as I have a mixture of both curls and waves on my head), my hair is fine textured, is naturally very dry, and is of low density as well. I don't hair type because that is just something that people flew with because of Andre Walker coming up with such on Oprah's show-they don't even teach hairtyping in cosmetology school at because it has nothing to do with the science of hair). Some of these hair stylist do come up with stuff that they weren't even taught in school, and then people just blindly run with such or become obsesses with such. Also, for the record, hair care products aren't made according to any hair typing system, hair porosity levels, or anything else. And, any hair care company that claims otherwise, is telling a lie, because I actually used to work for a major hair care brand and know first hand just how shady the hair care industry is. They will say just about anything to get people's coins because they know that hair care products aren't regulated by the FDA. Which is why, I say to anyone, the only way to know if a product truly works best for you is to try it out for yourself.
Between this product and SuperCream, SuperCream happens to be a bit more moisturizing to my hair, give it a bit more shine, and happens to smell better as well. Both products do keep my hair frizz free, however, I don't have hair that is very frizz prone, though. I don't major curl definition from either product, however that's how my hair naturally responds to most curky hair products that I've tried, so that's actually not something that I was expecting from the product anyways. Plus, I din!5 diffuse my hair,many in order to get lots of volume and curl definition with a DevaCurl products, it definitely requires diffusing ones hair, for sure, like they're shown doing in the DevaChan Salon or any other salon where they have Deva trained hair stylists doing curly hair (which is all completely viewable within videos on YouTube).
In regards to the DevaCurl line, I don't know if DevaCurl scents their products with natural fragrances or synthetic ones. But, I do find that the scents that they use to fragrance most of their products are not the most pleasant overall. The only one that smells the best is SuperCream.
Now, I actually got the Styling Cream within a DevaCurl kit. I didn't buy it separately, because it's just never been a products that's been big on my radar to try from DevaCurl, period. I can say that I won't be purchasing this product by itself, but if it came in a kit that I happen to be interested from DevaCurl again, then yes, I would use up the product, which is the only reason why, I selected yes towards my buying it again. I will say that I do find it outrageous that DevaCurl actually charges so much for this product, when you aren't even getting close to a month's worth of product, if you were to use it daily. I also definitely feel the same way about SuoerCream, which is which, I can't even use that product on a regular basis, because of the sample amount if product that you get in the bottle.