Hey ya’ll, I’ve been doing lots a hair product testing. Due to the crazy humid weather, I’ve been searching for a frizz fighter butter. I’ve even tried my own product recipes. So far my journey has been fair. My first product for this series is, Mimosa hair honey, by Carol’s Daughter.
I feel my emotion for Carol’s daughter have changed from a negative to a positive. In the past I hated Carol’s Daughter, because of her advertising with light skin black women. However, I get the whole everyone is apart of another ethic background. The thing with me, is that I just don’t care. Apart from that, I also have bad experiences with some of her stylers before. I think it was due to me not cleansing my hair properly. So here I am giving it a try again.
So anyway, this product is a shine-boosting pomade that helps control frizz for smooth styles.
*Nettle Extract with Cocoa and Shea Butters nourish your hair to replenish its natural strength, give it softness and improve manageability.
*Made without Mineral Oil or Petroleum so your hair will have a natural (not greasy) shine.
(Ingredients post with image)
How the cover describes how to use this product: Apply to damp or dry hair place a small amount into the palm of your hands, and then rub hands together. Gently work into your hair and scalp. Style as you normally would.
How I used it: Section my hair, spritzed with a little amount of water, then applied some Vakita oil to my hair (to help strengthen my hair, decrease shedding), then I applied a small amount to my hair, and began twisting.
Results on a humid day:
- soft, silky hair
- smells great, not overpowering
- helps with frizz
- Not much hold
- experienced shrinkage
Overall, the pros out weighed the cons for me. What I was in search for was a frizz fighter, and I got one.
Would I repurchase this product? Definitely! 🙂
God Bless, and staaaay nappy!