I love wearing my hair natural and curly, but it takes the right product to get my curls looking just right. Some products are too heavy for my hair, and tend to weigh it down, but recently I was sent T’ZIKAL Beauty Haircare Curl Defining Hair Serum and it’s just the right formula for great curls.
Ojon oil has been used for over 500 years in the hair care regimen of the indigenous people of Honduras. T’zikal has developed a modern line of natural hair care products featuring this ancient ingredient for everyday use. The curl defining hair serum smoothes frizz and flyaways for long lasting shine and enhanced moisture. Paraben-Free, EDTA free, sulfate free, non Animal Tested, no artificial fragrance, color or dye, pH balanced.
How to use:
Apply a small amount to damp hair focusing on ends and dry or damaged areas. Style as usual. Do not rinse. If desired, apply to dry hair in moderation for additional conditioning and smoothing.
I have been using T’ZIKAL Beauty Haircare Curl Defining Hair Serum for my hair when I wear it curly for a couple months now. What I love about it is that it is lightweight, and penetrates my hair so that it doesn’t have product residue. I use it both after shampooing and on my dry hair, and have the same great results.
This curl defining serum comes in a pump bottle and it takes only a couple pumps of product to work in my hair. (Even before I cut it) My hair feels .moist and my curls are defined throughout the day. Since this product is a serum, I don’t have the greasy build up that I sometimes have from heavier weight curl products. It also adds incredible shine to my hair.
Pro: Defines curls, lightweight, absorbs into hair
Con: Strong scent
Buy Again: Yes
Packaging: 5 Blings
Overall: 5 Blings
Hero Ingredient: Ojon Oil
Cruelty Free: Yes
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