Okay, curlies. We need to have a quick chat about pracaxi nectar because YES, it does moisturize our natural curls.

Also you have a chance to WIN the entire Carol's Daughter Pracaxi Nectar collection. Find out why you need it in your life!


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If you’re like me, you can use a refresher on the merits of pracaxi nectar - nature’s instant moisturizing emollient. Its link to cellular renewal has made it a popular ingredient in skin treatments for scars, pigmentation and acne, but what else can this amazing oil from Brazil do for our hair?

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According to curly expert UK Curly Girly, this is the reason you need pracaxi oil in your hair care regimen:

“Due to its high level of lignoceric acid, this oil also is an amazing moisturizer for the hair and can be combined with other oils to create the ultimate hair moisturizer.” – UK Curly Girl, NaturallyCurly.com

Sounds great, right? Want to know how you can get your hands on it?

Look no further than Carol’s Daughter! See? You and I share a common struggle: finding the best styling products that won’t leave hair crunchy, greasy, or begging for hydration and moisturization!

That’s why I know you’re going to love this line that will be featured at this year’s Texture on the Runway 2018 in New York! Can’t wait until September 6 to get your curly stash? No problem! It’s available right now online at Sally Beauty.

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If you’re feeling lucky, enter to win the entire Carol’s Daughter Pracaxi Nectar collection right now. Just use the form below. But first, take note of what you can win:

The Carol’s Daughter giveaway closes on August 9, 2018.

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How to Enter the Giveaway:

Use the Runway Moves: Texture on the Runway 2018 Giveaway email entry form below for a chance to WIN the entire Carol's Daughter Collection!

Thanks for entering the giveaway, which is open to U.S. residents only, as per our Terms and Conditions.

This Texture on the Runway giveaway is sponsored by Carol's Daughter.

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As ever, stay curly!