(Hair after unraveling the 7 twists)
(Hair after separating and fluffing further)My Thoughts: The Coco Curls styling cream certainly isn't lacking in the creamy department as shea butter is one of the main ingredients. I found that the cream distributed well in my wet hair and didn't leave behind any residue. As far as a scent, it's extremely light, so for those of you who prefer unscented styling products...you wouldn't have a problem with this one. When I took my twists out, I noticed that my hair didn't feel weighed down by the product at all. It gave me a light hold, which was perfect for the fluffy twist-out I decided to style. When I styled my hair in a puff later on in the week, I found that this product also worked well in keeping my hair moisturized and giving it a nice, natural sheen. If you're interested in learning more about Coco Curls, visit their FB Page and let them know that Natural Chica sent you! : ) Disclaimer: I was given this product free of charge by Coco Curls to review with no obligation for a positive review. No monetary compensation was received for sharing this review.
INFORMATION ABOUT THE COMPANYCoco Curls is a natural hair care company founded and created by Jeannell Darden in 2008. We are a privately owned natural hair care company, based in Atlanta, GA that specializes in creating and developing products that soothe and moisturize hair while retaining spirally springy curls. We believe in nurturing the hair God gave us by offering affordable products that work; thus helping women have Sexier Curls, Naturally!Coco Curls can be purchased at www.cococurls.com! Please follow us on twitter @Coco_Curls and like us on Facebook.com/Coco Curls.