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Shea Moisture Product Review

By Ipage @xquisite_curls
   So. I was busy today, hair-wise. I dyed my hair this vague cinnamon brown color. It's cool but subtle. I like it but it's not really noteworthy. Moving on, I deep conditioned my hair afterwards for about 2 hours, then implemented my latest version of the LOC method that I spoke about in my last blog post using the Shea Moisture products. I started off with Motions leave-in conditioning spray, followed by Cantu Shea Butter leave-in conditioning cream. After letting those set for 10 minutes, I applied the Shea Moisture Shea butter infused with coconut oil and hibiscus oil. Then I applied the Curl Enhancing Smoothie before finger coiling my hair.
   Now, I'm not getting paid for this blog post. You can see that there are no affiliate links on this post. This is just my honest opinion based on my personal experience. That being said, I LOVE the Shea Moisture products. My hair is moisturized, it's finally shiny, the curl definition is outrageous and the stiffness is a thing of the past. The patch of hair that didn't really curl? Well, it's curling now :) I am thrilled with the results and I'm glad I didn't start with the higher priced products. One problem I've had is overnight moisture retention. I wake up each day with a stiff helmet of dry hair, even with my bedtime routine and silk scarf. I hope the Shea Moisture products help keep my hair moisturized. I will report my progress in the next blog post.
      Since I am so impressed with Shea Moisture, the next logical step (in my head) would be to try the rest of the product line. It has taken me 6 weeks to really get the hang of managing my natural hair. I guess that's not too bad. I'm staying focused on moisture, hair retention, and scalp health. Next I have to start hot oil treatments and do some research on scalp health. I'm also thinking of adding avocado oil to my oil mixture. What do you do to keep your scalp healthy and flake free?  

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