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Great for African American hair
Listen, I am not good with defining my hair in terms of types. It is possibly 3b? What ever the category is, my hair is very inconsistent in texture as it is between naturally curly, wavy and several cowlicks. I purchased this lotion a whim and i promise to continue having a bottle on hand until the end of my life. I have natural hair but it is very troublesome. I've tried every natural hair product marketed to AfAms and besides Shea Moisture products ( which are fab but tend to lay on top of the hair) this thickening lotion is tops. After years of trying to remain natural, by investing in braids; which took my temples out, I started to wear weaves. The reasons behind wearing weaves was to let my hair rest while trying to thicken it back after braid and temple damage. In the end, I simply decided against it all, as it didn't work. Again, all the AfAm products designed to thicken the hair failed and left my hair weighted down and greasy. I tried this lotion, determined to return it as it couldn't possibly work on "my kind of hair" and it isn't organic. Well excuse my French, but f' that noise because this product has not only thickened my hair unequal the culturally marketed products never could but it also doubles as a curl enhancer and minimized frizz. The product also leaves my hair silky. I know this review is long winded as I could have simply say, " I love this lotion!" This product deserves more than the gauge review. Redken never stop making this product. This product junkie has finally found a hairstyle and product that suits her. Thank-you!
November 4, 2011
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