I’m a lazy natural, so I like to know that when I use a product it will work; especially during these cold winter months when I am just not in the mood to twist my hair! So when I do in fact take the time to twist my hair, I am expecting phenomenal results. When I used Agadir Argan Oil Styling Curl Crème, I generally had no expectations but I was blown away by the results.
Here are the details about Agadir Argan Oil Styling Curl Crème $29.99:
Agadir Argan Oil Styling Curl Crème is a leave in treatment that moisturizes, defines and rejuvenates curls and waves and also adds shine, bounce and weightless control and is ideal for all hair types. This unique, Argan Oil based, Anti Frizz formula helps block humidity to give long lasting, crunch free, curl perfection. Moisturizes and rejuvenates curls and waves. Eliminates frizz, defines shape and provides weightless control and shine.
How to use:
Distribute evenly through clean, towel dried hair. Do not rinse out. For desired style, diffuse or allow hair to air dry.
When I was given Agadir Argan Oil Styling Curl Crème to try, I had no expectations. I didn’t even Google it to see what others had been saying. I figured, I would just give it a try and see what happens…well, the results were amazing! Talk about soft hair and curl definition!
Agadir Argan Oil Styling Curl Crème seriously gave my hair some life! They weren’t kidding when it said it would define and rejuvenate my curls; needless to say that I was more than happy with my results. It makes me want to not be a lazy natural!
This thick white crème in a 10 Fl. Oz bottle with a perfume-like fragrance made this natural haired lady, very happy.
Pro: Moisturizes, rejuvenates, softens and defines curls.
Buy Again: Yes
Packaging: 5 Blings
Overall: 5 Blings
Cruelty Free: Yes
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