Product Name: Butterfly Beaute Cranberry Lychee Love Vegan Conditioner
Size: 8 oz
Our vegan-friendly conditioner combines the mouthwatering scent of organic lychee with natural butters and créme to make a moisturizing conditioner that will leave hair soft and shiny.
-Never tested on animals
Distilled water, sunflower oil, soya oil, vegetable glycerin, stearic acid, cetyl alcohol, emulsifying wax, palmitic acid, tocopherol (vitamin E), potassium sorbate, meadowfoam oil, jojoba oil, organic virgin coconut créme, soya milk, aloe vera, vitamin C, citric acid, organic fragrance oil, Germall Plus, Optiphen.
Product Name: Juicy Mist Leave-in Moisturizer
Size: 8 oz
A hair-quenching experience!
Juicy Mist is a leave-in moisturizer that will instantly soften your hair, even in summer heat. Just spray the mist onto hair to moisten curls or to style your beach waves. Made with avocado extract and mallow extract, and jojoba oil.
I was sent a 2 oz sample of the Cranberry Lychee Love Vegan Conditioner and used it on two occasions: once as a rinse out conditioner following a shampoo, and once as a moisturizer to re-moisturize my twists. I sealed it with my castor oil mix. Also, I used Juicy Mist as a spritz/refresher spray to moisturize my twists and sealed with my castor oil mix as well.
I sniffed and sniffed the conditioner trying to pin point a scent and then it finally hit me. It smells like one of my favorite childhood candies “Now or Laters.” It smells almost identical to the cherry flavor so you know, this stuff smells magically delicious! The mist smells likes a grape drink. In short, both products have a rather fruity and pleasant smell. Even so, I’m not sure if the scents linger due to the fact that I use products with strong scents of their own.
As a rinse out conditioner, the Cranberry Lychee Love Vegan Conditioner was okay. It didn’t leave my hair dry or oily, but it also did not wow me. It is comparable to inexpensive conditioners on the market today. However, unlike other conditioners that I’ve tried, it didn’t provide alot of slip on my hair, although my hair is usually easily detangled and that I’ve found much success finger detangling during the last few months. On the other hand, this conditioner, in my opinion, is best as a leave in/moisturizer. I spritzed my twists with water, added this conditioner, and sealed with my castor oil mix. My hair is UBER soft. Juicy Mist also made my twists feel soft and moisturized and gave my hair some added nutrients.
As I’ve previously stated, these products are very moisturizing. Like most products, you have to tweak them for your hair’s needs. For example, I wouldn’t use Juicy Mist as a leave-in, however it is very moisturizing as a hair spritz.
These products are comparable to many natural hair products on the market. They aren’t the cheapest, but definitely won’t break the bank.
I think I’ve been very clear about how I feel about the products, however I did have some issues with the website. It was sometimes difficult to navigate to find specific products and I wish that the ingredients list was offered online. Naturals today, want to be very knowledgeable about what they put on their hair, so it would awesome if the ingredients were listed. Other than that, I say give these products a go!
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SheRea is the blogger behind My Thrifted Closet (http://mythriftedcloset.blogspot.com/), a blog dedicated to thrifted fashion. She attends Wake Forest University, majoring in Communication with a concentration in Media Studies and double minoring in Theatre and Entrepreneurship and Social Enterprise. She is originally from St. Thomas, US Virgin Islands.View all SheRea posts.