Over the Thanksgiving holiday I found myself strolling 125th st in Harlem one evening at the urging of my husband. A girl’s dream right, to have a man that says “let’s go walking down a street full of stores so we can actually go in and buy things” lol So I bundled up and obliged him. I already knew I wanted to check out Carol’s Daughter so we headed in that direction. The store was very beautiful and aromatic. Customer service was a plus. I was greeted, allowed to peruse, and any question I had was answered quickly and thoroughly. On that alone I was definitely making a purchase. I decided on the Carol’s Daughter Healthy Hair Kit which included, Black vanilla shampoo, Black Vanilla Hair Smoothie, Healthy Hair Butter and a comb, all for the lovely price of $29. I also grabbed a tune of the lip gloss;I’ll come back and talk about it later. When I came back home I first tried the product on my niece who has relaxed hair and I was very pleased with the results. The shampoo gently cleansed her hair while delivering with softeners that did not weigh her hair down. She kept commenting on how great the products smelled and she could feel the difference it was having on her hair. I have to agree these products delivered on everything she needed, moisturizing, nourishing and strengthening. Her hair did not shed as much as it usually does after a shampoo and conditioning. I must tell you her hair is relaxed bone straight, enough said.
Now it was my turn and just as I stated above, the products delivered on my natural hair as well. I was greatly impressed with the thorough gentle cleaning of the shampoo. No squeaky hair! The smoothie was very satisfying to this thick main of mine; by quenching its thirst and making it very soft and manageable. Now, last but certainly not least the healthy hair butter, oh how I love thee. I am totally moved by the alluring scents of ylang ylang, cedarwood, and patchouli, all uplifting yet relaxing. My hair looks and feels great, however, I have noticed that my hair takes a bit longer to dry when I use it (don’t like that). All in all I am very happy with my purchase. Big shout out to Nicole D of at Your Birth Right for making the CD suggestion. I hope you enjoy the review!
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