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Name:
Danielle Marie Florence
Birthday:
Sep 13

dani8nine's Latest Product Reviews

Cantu Shea Butter Daily Oil Moisturizer

Feb 06, 2010 - It's an OK product...a little heavy, but it smells great. It give hair a nice shine too. I like this better for ponytails than loose styles though.

Mixed Chicks Leave-in Conditioner

Feb 06, 2010 - I LOOOOOOVE this product! It can be used for so many styles! Ponytails, puffs, twist-outs, comb-outs, just about anything you can think of! The first couple times I tried it, I didn't like it...my hair felt kind of crunchy and filmy. After a couple more tries I realized that I had just been using too much product. If you use it only on damp hair and you're careful not to use too much, it gives AMAZING results. To this day, I haven't found a product that gives me the same curl definition, weightless feel, and sheen...not shine, but SHEEN! I really LOVE this product and I wish I had more! I live in Indianapolis where I can't seem to find a retailer so I have to get it offline :/ I highly recommend this product for anyone with hair ranging from 3A-4C...I let a friend try it (her hair is more on the 2A/2B scale) and she said it didn't do much for her.

Ecoco Eco Styler Krystal Styling Gel

Feb 06, 2010 - OK, so who doesn't love their EcoStyler gel? I tried it on natural hair for the first time last Autumn. It provides a really nice, lasting hold, as well as lots of shine. I use it to slick up my ponytails and lay down my baby hair. Sometimes I'll saturate my damp hair with it for a quick wash 'n go, but you REALLY have to watch how much you use though...too much and you will have a whitish-gray mess! It dries pretty clear though. Sometimes a little crunchy though. I recommend this product for ponytails, braids, and stuff like that, but if you have VERY THICK, SPONGY, 3C/4A hair like mine, I wouldn't recommend it for loose 'dos.