Friday, January 27, 2012
Product Review - Curly Kinks
Whether you are natural or relaxed, you will come across some products that you like and there may be some products that you love and I can honestly say that I found a product that I LOVE! I bring to you my review on Curly Kinks...
I am grateful to have been given the opportunity to review three products of the Curly Kinks line. I am reviewing Curlycue ReNew, Satin Roots and Coil Jam.
What's In Curly Kinks products?
Curlycue ReNew: distilled water, certified organic burdock root, certified organic amla, certified organic horsetail, pathenol, BTMS, cetearyl alcohol, cetyl alcohol, glycerin, calendula officinalis flower extract, sunflower extract, aloe barbadensis leaf extract, carrageenan extract, slippery elm, marshmallow root, guarsilk, olive oil, avocado oil, meadowfoam oil, phenoxyethanol, caprytly glycol and fragrance.
Satin Roots: distilled water, calendula officinalis flower extract, sunflower extract, aloe barbadensis leaf extract, carrageenan extract, slippery elm, marshmallow root, vegetable glycerin, cetyl alcohol, BTMS, pathenol, avocado oil, phenoxyethanol, caprytly glycol and fragrance.
Coil Jam: distilled water, calendula officinalis flower extract, sunflower extract, aloe barbadensis leaf extract, carrageenan extract, marshmallow root extract, sea kelp, xanthum gum, dehydroxanthum gum, vegetable glycerin, agave nectar, olive oil, coconut oil, avocado oil, meadowfoam seed oil, phenoxyethanol (and) caprylyl glycol, fragrance, and citric acid.
What's your first impression of Curly Kinks Kinky?
I said it above and I will say it again, I love Curly Kinks. Of all the products that I have reviewed, these products have to be one of the best brands out! I love how my hair was soft and manageable after deep conditioning with Curlycue ReNew. I was able to detangle without problem using Satin Roots (which is a leave-in detangler) and my twists, which turned into a twist out, had gotten so many compliments in person and on Facebook, all thanks to Coil Jam.
The Curlycue ReNew and Silk Roots are both creamy and thick. The Coil Jam is more of a jelly-like texture. All of the products smell the same. I can't exactly describe the scent; however, I will say that it is not displeasing. It is not fruity or similar to a smell of desserts...
Enough of me talking, let me allow the pictures to speak for the products...
In the left picture, I have no product in my hair, I just washed out Curlycue ReNew . The picture on the right shows my hair with Satin Roots on it. I had twisted my hair after deep conditioning to prevent my hair from needing additional detangling. My hair was damp throughout the process.
This is the picture of my finished twists, using Coil Jam.
This is the second day of my twist out. I did NOT 'pineapple my hair or apply additional product. I slept on my side and back with a bonnet only. You can see that my twist out is still intact. I just shook my hair back and forth and was on the go...
Lastly, my twist out after the third day. I again only used a bonnet. My hair was a bit 'sweated out' as I worked out the night before. To achieve the puff, I simply applied some Coil Jam to DRY hair and slicked/smoothed with my hands (only) up into a puff. Here's a back view...
And here's me... loving Curly Kinks!!Please feel free to check out my other product reviews and come visit me on my Facebook page, Kinky Kinetik
Where to buy: Curly Kinks
Disclaimer: I was sent this product for the purpose of a review and I was NOT paid to do this review. The above review/opinions expressed was based on MY experience using the product. Kinky Kinetik is not affiliated with Curly Kinks and is thereby not responsible for your experience with the product.
Labels: Product Review