SheaMoisture Coconut & Hibiscus Curl & Style Milk, 8 Fluid Ounce
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- Apply as a non-rinse moisturizer and styling cream to damp, towel-dried hair as needed.
- Made with Fair Trade Shea Butter
- No sulfates, no parabens, no phthalates, no propylene glycol, no mineral oil, no animal testing and no petroleum
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SheaMoisture Coconut & Hibiscus Curl & Style Milk 8 FL OZ Styler - Coconut & Hibiscus
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Each time I've tried to use it, since then, I haven't been as delighted. I have applied it to wet hair after showering. It doesn't have enough "hold" to help my hair stay in curls when applied to wet hair. My course hair falls barely wavy without product but with mousse or gel it holds up to a ringlet-like twist. A #1/flexible hold product like Aussie Sprunch Mousse and Leave-in Conditioner generally results in curls for me, even after sleeping on it for the night, but not this styling milk. I think it's more appropriate for hair that holds curls on its own rather than needs some "help" to get there. For my hair, this product is best used *sparingly.*
When applied to wet hair in greater amounts (less than I use of gel, but more than just one dime) my hair feels yucky until I wash it next. It is stiff like hair that is saturated in oils and hasn't been washed for a long time, not stiff like crunchy. Applied heavily like a gel it's yuck, applied sparingly like a smoothing balm it's OK.
It definitely has anti-frizz results for me, at least while it's applied. I haven't noticed an overall frizz reduction over time if I don't apply the styling milk.
I don't really like the scent, but my guess is it's the neem oil so "to be expected" from any product containing neem oil. It's not a perfumey scent at all.
To compare to some other Shea Moisture products that you might debate between, I also use (not at the same time as the styling milk) Shea Moisture 100% Virgin Coconut Oil Daily Hydration Finishing Oil Serum, which gives more *shine* than this styling milk, but not quite as much de-frizzing unless I use too much oil but that just looks greasy. I also like the 100% Virgin Coconut Oil Daily Hydration Styling Gel, which does have a crunch (despite its claims) but better hold after scrunching the crunch than this styling milk while still doing a decent amount of smoothing/frizz-prevention.
For curlier hair than mine, I'd suggest more toward the styling milk or the oil serum for smoothing or shine, respectively, but for not super curly hair types like mine, the milk probably isn't the best of the Shea Moisture choices.
AN ENTIRE WEEK!! An entire week went by with detangled, moisture locked in curls. The frizzies stayed away until the end of the week. Plus, detangling on his tenderhead was so much easier! So, for him, this was a godsend. I haven't tried it on my 4C low porosity hair, but I will bet it will not work since nothing works on 4C hair. However, for my son, I can't be more happy.
Now, at $16 a bottle! Yeah, no. I've never paid more than $12 from anything SheaMoisture. So, when this bottle runs out, I'm going to have to think long and hard about whether I want to continue with this product. Also, the bottle really isn't conducive to allowing the product to come out. I have to take the cap off and shake it out onto my hand. So, this product is great for 3a/3b folks, but at $16 for 8oz. I would be trying to find something else, which is a shame because SheaMoisture typically has really great products at decent prices.
There are plenty of curl products out there, and without the trade off of having untouchable, gross feeling hair. Perhaps people with a different curl texture would have better success (I’m about a 3A), but this product isn’t for me.
Yes, I know it was a bad idea. But it smelled so great!
It left my hair feeling all rich and thick and coconutty.
This smells amazing and I would continue to use it just for the smell alone!