Jun 29, 2011 - Another decent product ruined by an overbearing smell. This smells just like the Burnt Sugar Pomade; sweet sugar cookies in the bottle, nasty maple syrup on the hair. I used this as a leave-in/detangler. It did a so-so job when it came to detangling (not the greatest, but not the worst), the strong smell triggered a migraine, and it initially made my hair very poofy yet soft (by the end of the day, the softness was gone) So, I guess all I have to say about this is, meh...
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Jun 29, 2011 - So this is a pretty good pomade. It leaves behind a silky, rather than greasy feel and my hair drinks it right up. Why the 3 curls? The smell. When I open the jar and stick my nose in it, it smells of yummy, slightly over cooked sugar cookies. When I rub between my palms and rub in my hair, it smells of yucky, over powering maple syrup. IcK!!! It's a shame really, the pomade works great, but I can't bear the smell...
Dec 17, 2010 - The 1st sulfate free poo I've used that actually lathers beautifully but doesn't strip my hair. Decyl glucodisde is the lathering agent (which is gentle on hair and the environment). I wouldn't go as far as to say that this poo left my hair moisturized, but it definately got my hair and scalp clean and fresh, but not stripped. My search for a gentle poo is officially over.