A while back I posted an article in which I tried the styling kit for long narrow curls by Curlformers. To read the article click here!
Girl/Boy you wonder, we explain! A couple of weeks ago, Caressa wrote an article about hair porosity. She explained the best products for low porosity hair, but what about medium-porosity? I decided to write a couple of articles about it. This week I will discuss the best things to do when you have this type of porosity.
A while ago, I finally got my hands on The Curlmaker by Camille Rose Naturals. I heard so many good things about this product I had to try it. Did I like it? Keep on reading!
The Curlmaker comes in a bottle with a pump, very easy packaging, of 355 ML (12oz.) I was surprised with the size because I expected to be far less than that. It is an expensive product around €30 and $22 in the United States. The Curlmaker has nice sweet scent to it with a thin watery consistency. It comes close to the Shea Moisture Curling Souffle consistency.
With this product, you really just need a dime size because that does the jon. If you use too much, it will weigh your hair down. In addition, this product makes my hair soft with very defined curls with hardly any frizz. At first, my hair becomes stiff after application and it dries up quickly. Later on, the spirals become very soft but still very defined.
– Curl definition for days!
– None to very little frizz
– Nice scent
– Good amount of packaging.
– Weighs hair down easily. This can be a pro or a con. It will diminish shrinkage but for the fine and low density naturals this can weigh your hair down a lot!
Overall, I loved the Curlmaker and when the time comes that I need a new bottle, I will definitely repurchase. It is quite pricey, but a little goes a long way, so for me, it was worth all the pennies!
Camille Rose Naturals products can be found at Megorgeous in Amsterdam and Rotterdam or on their website. Soon they will also be available at Pak beauty store or on their website pakshop.nl