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newbienatural83
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newbienatural83's Latest Product Reviews

SheaMoisture Organic Yucca & Aloe Thickening Growth Milk

Apr 19, 2013 - Awesome stuff ladies!! I'm just sayin'! I use this everyday along with my usual products. I mix this in my palms with the AsIAm leave-in conditioner as the cream part of my L.O.C. moisturizing system. I can feel my scalp tingling after I apply this stuff! Some people say the smell is weird, but I find it calming. My hair isn't greasy, weighed down, or flaky or anything with this milk. It's awesome like I said already. You need to add this to your arsenal.

SheaMoisture Raw Shea Butter Deep Treatment Masque

Apr 19, 2013 - Yes Yes Yes Yes! This is the stuff I've been searching for! I use this as my co-wash weekly and my fro has never been happier! I know this is supposed to be a "masque" for your hair, but like I said, I use it as my co-wash, then I follow it with the SheaMoisture Anti-Breakage Masque under a shower cap overnight. My hair is so soft the next day. I just love the S.M. product line. So worth the money-- although; Target has frequent sales and online deals for them--so it's not too bad.

As I Am Leave-In Conditioner

Apr 19, 2013 - I really enjoy this leave-in. I use it everyday in my L.O.C. system. First I spray my fro with my Aloe Vera & Grapeseed oil mix, then I apply organic cold-pressed Coconut oil, then I follow with this leave-in. My hair is so soft, manageable, and easy. Plus, I've seen a dramatic reduction in split ends, knots and dry scalp in my hair. I don't think I will bother with any other products in the line because they're too $$$ for me, but this leave-in is worth the money for sure. Try it for yourself!

newbienatural83's Latest Blogs

Am I doing this right???

Mar 26, 2013 - I am hoping to blog about my experiences as a newbie to the 'natural' hair club. My hair type is 4c ( the roughest and toughest to grow) and so I hope to find some new tips as well as share tips that I learn along the yellow brick road.