I've used all three: KCCC
, Ohm SHP, and Komaza pudding. IMO, they are all equally fabulous as curl enhancers, and differ only in terms of the amount of hold they provide on their own.
I have fine, 3A hair and always need a little gel on top for hold, even when using KCCC
. The Komaza has more hold on its own than the Ohm, so you might like that a little better.
I agree with what FrizzBGone said - the Komaza is more forgiving than the Ohm if you use too much. Also, I too have used the old version of Komaza (with castor oil) for several months now and have had no problems with it whatsoever, though the new formulation makes this a non-issue.
Both Komaza and Ohm are great in the winter for me because they are glycerin-free; combined with a little BRHG on top, I have no frizz whatsoever. The Donna Marie L&T, by contrast, is a great curl enhancer but leaves me with some frizz (I hope to try it again in the summer).
Finally, Komaza will send you a sample of the pudding for $5 plus $5 U.S. shipping if you call them. That's what I did to try it out, and then after that ordered a full bottle from Afrokinks.
And if you want to buy a sample of the Ohm SHP, you can order one for $5.50 from http://www.sistasplace.biz/obpudding.htm