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Product Review—Hair: Ouidad Climate Control System

Product Review—Hair: Ouidad Climate Control System

It’s no big secret that girls with curly hair struggle with frizz. This is true no matter the climate or temperature outside. As a curly girl, I have found that using the right products help immensely when it comes to controlling frizz. I have also found that it is very beneficial to use products that are designed as a system.  Products that come in the system are designed to work well  with each other on a molecular level, so you will mostly likely get better results; the ingredients do not conflict.

Most recently, I tried Ouidad humidity control shampoo, conditioner and gel and I have to say that I LOVE it.

About Ouidad Climate Control Defrizzing Shampoo $19:

Climate Control Shampoo is a gentle, defrizzing formula that provides long-lasting protection from texture trouble like frizz, flyaways and unwanted volume. Free from sulfates, which can be damaging to the cuticle, this shampoo empowers curls with a breathable humidity shield that locks in moisture and seals out frizz.

Ouidad climate congrol shampoo


About Ouidad Climate Control Defrizzing Conditioner  $21:

Defrizzing Conditioner creates a lightweight humidity shield that locks moisture into curls and blocks out frizz. Amino acids help fill up the cuticle with moisture to form a breathable, weightless layer of protection and make curls frizz resistant.

Ouidad Climate Control conditioner

About Ouidad Climate Control Heat & Humidity Gel $23

An infusion of natural nourishing extracts (Almond, Henna Leaf, Chamomile, Kiwi) helps Curls achieve the perfect balance of moisture to restore internal weight. Water-soluble polymers then seal in this vital moisture, creating a barrier that locks out frizz without build-up, or any greasy residue. Curls form with definition, natural feel and movement, and the ultimate frizz protection – and stay that way.

Ouidad Climate Control Head and humidity gel

My results:

Ouidad products are known for working wonders on curly hair, so I had very high expectations for this product system and happily, all of them were met. My hair was soft and moisturized and held it’s curl very well (and with out frizz) for three days before I needed to reapply product.

I also liked the fact that my hair felt soft and moisturized after just the shampoo and I felt that I almost didn’t need the conditioner. The conditioner took moisture content in my hair to the next level without making it fragile. The gel was the perfect way to cap off this product line. It wasn’t sticky at all, and added shine to my hair with out making it hard or crunchy.

These products work very well together and deliver lasting results. It also doesn’t take an entire bottle to get the job done like with other brands.  I also like the fragrance of this line. It’s not overwhelming, but rather it’s pleasant. And I can’t say how much I love the fact that the gel isn’t sticky!

The line is pricier than most, but in my opinion, that is off set by the fact that a little product goes a long way.

Bling Factor:

Pro: Defrizzes, moisturizes, gel isn’t sticky, hair isn’t “crunchy”, a little goes a long way

Con: None

Price: $19 – $23

Buy Again: Yes

Packaging: 5 Blings

Overall: 5 Blings

Hero Ingredient: European Wheat Protein Complex: Locks in moisture and prevents the hair shaft from expanding.
-Amino acids and vitamin A: Nourish, moisturize, and protect hair.

Natural/Organic/Vegan: No

Cruelty Free: Yes

Check out my before and after pictures:

Ouidad Climate Control review -- before

Before using Ouidad Climate Control Collection

Ouidad Climate Control Collection review

After using Ouidad Climate Control Collection


Disclosure of Material Connection: I received one or more of the products or services mentioned above for free in the hope that I would mention it on my blog. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”

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