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cgsamco 12-06-2006 07:40 PM

Curl souffle?
 
I saw in some posts that this smells like frosting! Who makes this and where can I purchase it?

Thanks

Keewee 12-06-2006 08:47 PM

Curls at curls.biz

Ab-star 12-06-2006 08:57 PM

I just got some - the smell is DIVINE...but sadly I don't think this product is working for me. I think the oils are weighing my hair down too much. Such a shame I can't eat it!

eccentric_kurlz 12-06-2006 09:44 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Ab-star
I just got some - the smell is DIVINE...but sadly I don't think this product is working for me. I think the oils are weighing my hair down too much. Such a shame I can't eat it!

Have you tried applying it to wet hands, and then emulsifying it in your hands before applying to your hair? I use the heavier version, and sometimes I have to water it down because it's so thick. Maybe you could try using less of it.

If it still doesn't work, it can double as a skin moisturizer. :)

curlycaramel 12-07-2006 03:26 AM

hey
what type of hair do you have? i'm a 3b/c mix and my hair is quite thick, i caved in and bought some souffle too a few weeks ago, to be honest i have used it more on my hair when i tie it back than when i leave it curly and out.
the first time i used it i was expecting it to be more creamy in my hands when i was running it through my hair (after using milkshake and spiral cream i was expecting souffle to be "smooth" as well) but it wasn't so i wasn't sure that i hair was going to turn out well but you know what?
i was surprised with the results, i had tight shiny soft bouncy curls.

I would recommend you get it, depending on what type hair you have

SuZen 12-07-2006 06:20 AM

It's kind of heavy for my hair, but I find it useful to smooth a little over dry hair to calm the frizzies.

BeachBlondeWavie 12-07-2006 12:36 PM

im a wavy and i <3 this stuff so much!!! it brings better curl definition n helps moisturize my overprocessed hair

the smell is absolutey amazing!!!

Starmie 12-07-2006 08:01 PM

I've tried and tried with this stuff and just cannot get it to work for me. I'm loathe to get rid of it though, so I guess I'll try eccentric_kurlz suggestion and use it as a body moisturiser. Such a disappointment, It's even yuck in a pony tail.

LavenderCurls 12-08-2006 02:39 PM

I have fine/thin hair and can use the Souffle with success.

I have a combo of the Quenched Moisturizer, NECL (the old formula before Milkshake), Souffle, then Redken Ringlets (or any other gel). Sounds like alot for my hair, but it worked.

I love the Curls smells except for the Asian Hair Tea. Souffle smells like white cake batter to me and for frosting, you should smell the Curly Q Custard!!

Doodles 12-09-2006 04:49 PM

I got a sample of this awhile ago and tried it for the first time today. I don't think it's done much for my hair. I was thinking maybe I should try using it under a stronger hold gel?


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