Finding the right products for your natural hair is sometimes frustrating, its a trial and error method, which is good because you end up knowing exactly what’s good and not good for your hair. Anyways today’s post is a product review.
I’ve been on a look-out for a product that I can use for that defined twist-out. Early last I got this other product which I only used twice and I stopped just because it was not working for me. So I finally got around to using this product, which I’ve been eyeing for the past year, after my research. The product we are reviewing today is the ORS curls unleashed curl defining cream.
I got this from clicks and I don’t even remember the price but yeah.
HOW I USE THIS PRODUCT
I usually twist my hair every night, and now it’s easier as my hair is longer; I can get away with 4 big twists. For that defined twist out, I first spray my hair using my hair spritz and I take smaller sections of hair and apply the cream thoroughly and begin twisting. You can Also brush out the hair after applying the cream, but I tend to not comb my hair often. I do this for my entire hair and I sleep and take out the twist in the morning. To untwist my hair, I rub my hair with a bit of oil so that my hands are not dry and untwist. After that I can style my hair with any desired hair style.
When I took down the twist the following morning, my curls were so defined I’ve never achieved such definition in my entire natural hair journey. With that I’m so in love with this product.
I love the consistency of the product, it’s not paste like and not runny at all, thus making it easier for the product to be applied to the hair.
Okay let’s talk about the smell for a second😍😍, this product smells devine, I love the smell so much.
I only use the product 2 times a week if I see that the definition of my curls is fading a bit.
I’ve inserted some of the images below of the product and the definition afterwards and how I styled my hair.
That is it guys, those were my thoughts I hope you enjoyed the review.
Have you tried this product before? Please let me know in the comments
Until next time,