Brown Butter Beauty..Moisturizing Enough?

I contacted her a while back and asked if she was going to have any heavier moisturizers added to her line and a curl product and didn't get a response.

I honestly like her brand and her products, but since it's been cold out the sweet milk detangling cream isn't really cutting it. Plus her brand has a darcys/bask feel to it to me and I'm curious if she added more conditioners and a curly gel to her line what she would come up with.

Anyway, anyone still finding use of the sweet detangler in the winter?..or are you not getting as much moisture out of it (like I am...lol)? I'm honestly considering using her Babassu deep conditioner as a leave in just so Ill have something heavier (just a bit concerned about it absorbing or not).
I contacted her a while back and asked if she was going to have any heavier moisturizers added to her line and a curl product and didn't get a response.

I honestly like her brand and her products, but since it's been cold out the sweet milk detangling cream isn't really cutting it. Plus her brand has a darcys/bask feel to it to me and I'm curious if she added more conditioners and a curly gel to her line what she would come up with.

Anyway, anyone still finding use of the sweet detangler in the winter?..or are you not getting as much moisture out of it (like I am...lol)? I'm honestly considering using her Babassu deep conditioner as a leave in just so Ill have something heavier (just a bit concerned about it absorbing or not).
Originally Posted by Lovemenappy
For me the Sweet detangling milk only works on soaking wet hair. I can't use it as a daily moisturizer and it's not described that way. The babassu doesn't work for me anymore unless I add castor oil and honey to it. It also foams up too much for me. I hate foamy conditioners. HTH
OMG. I was hoping that the babassu dc would be the answer to my prayers after I read so many good reviews. When I put it on my hair, it felt good, but when I rinsed and air dried, my hair was bone dry, no moisture in it at all. I was SO disappointed. And when I tried the leave in, it made my hair feel tacky and coated. I ended up just throwing both of the products in the trash. That was $34.50 wasted Of course, your experience might be different but I hope this helps. My hair is 4a and fine by the way.
OMG. I was hoping that the babassu dc would be the answer to my prayers after I read so many good reviews. When I put it on my hair, it felt good, but when I rinsed and air dried, my hair was bone dry, no moisture in it at all. I was SO disappointed. And when I tried the leave in, it made my hair feel tacky and coated. I ended up just throwing both of the products in the trash. That was $34.50 wasted Of course, your experience might be different but I hope this helps. My hair is 4a and fine by the way.
Originally Posted by coilyhair86
Girl. Take them out of the trash and add aloe vera juice and castor oil to them. That should fix the moisture problem. Start out with very small amounts until you get the results you want. I don't think she is checking her pH's like she used to. I have the detangling milk and it felt great going on but made my hair rough after a couple of minutes. Gonna add a little to it. HTH
OMG. I was hoping that the babassu dc would be the answer to my prayers after I read so many good reviews. When I put it on my hair, it felt good, but when I rinsed and air dried, my hair was bone dry, no moisture in it at all. I was SO disappointed. And when I tried the leave in, it made my hair feel tacky and coated. I ended up just throwing both of the products in the trash. That was $34.50 wasted Of course, your experience might be different but I hope this helps. My hair is 4a and fine by the way.
Originally Posted by coilyhair86
Girl. Take them out of the trash and add aloe vera juice and castor oil to them. That should fix the moisture problem. Start out with very small amounts until you get the results you want. I don't think she is checking her pH's like she used to. I have the detangling milk and it felt great going on but made my hair rough after a couple of minutes. Gonna add a little to it. HTH
Originally Posted by naturalyogini
^^^ That! Also bear in mind that it has Keratin in it, which is a very strong protein (why my hair loves it) so if your hair isnt fond of protein that could be the issue.

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