For my last post, I reviewed Curls Poppin Pineapple Vitamin C Collection. Today I'm going to share my journey to healthy hair using Curls Poppin Pineapple Collection. I've had frizzy hair since I was a little girl, but last year I noticed that my hair became increasing dry and brittle in addition to my hair being frizzy. I have 4b/4c hair which means it's important that I use products that provide moisture for my hair.
- So So Clean Vitamin C Curl Wash
- So So Moist Vitamin C Curl Mask
- So So Smooth Vitamin C Leave In Conditioner
First I shampooed and used the hair Mask on my hair. I love that these products are so moisturizing. After I rinsed both products out of my hair, I added the leave In Conditioner and dried my hair. Since my hair is damaged from Iron Deficiency issues, I didn't apply extreme heat to my hair. I used a cool to warm setting on my blow dryer to help reduce breakage. My hair is typically very curly if don't blow dry my hair, but since I did use a blow dryer it give my hair a more afro texture with soft mini curls.
- So Do Def Vitamin C Curl Defining Jelly
- Hair Clamps
- Large Wide Tooth Comb (not pictured)
- Medium Hair Pick
- Hair Dryer
I've been trying the Poppin Pineapple Collection several times and I'm noticing my hair feels so healthy.
I have thick hair, but the I love how the Curl Jelly adds so much volume to my hair and decreases frizz.
I was going to do a twist out on my hair to create thick curls, but I want to continue to get my hair back healthy first.
The finished product. I didn't used the scalp oil in this tutorial since I oiled my scalp a few days ago. I love how voluminous and defined my hair looks!
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