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Wednesday, November 14, 2012

Review: Not Your Mother's Kinky Moves Curl Defining Hair Cream

Not Your Mother's Kinky Moves Curl Defining Hair Cream

I'm such a sucker for branding and ever since I saw Not Your Mother's unique packaging on the shelves of CVS, I knew I would be trying quite a few products. While I received Not Your Mother's Kinky Moves Curl Defining Hair Cream in my latest Influenster VoxBox, I'm a huge fan of their Beach Babe Texturizing Sea Salt Spray. Unfortunately, I don't have naturally curly hair. In fact, it's as straight and stringy as it gets, so I knew right off the bat that this wasn't going to be the product for me.

While this product may have made my locks fall flat, other with curly hair might not think it's half bad. The scent is really great, as is common for most of the Not Your Mother's products, with strong fruity notes. The texture is creamy, but thin so I don't think it will weigh thicker hair down. It was successful at keeping my hair shiny and frizz free, but none of that really mattered when it just fell limp and lifeless across my shoulders. Still, this product survived heat styling well. I applied, as instructed, while my hair was damp and, after blow drying as usual, it served to keep my hair shiny throughout the subsequent curling iron session.

This product isn't for me, but I knew it wouldn't be, and it doesn't mean that it isn't for those with curly hair! While it's hard for me to specifically recommend it to someone with curly hair, I hope my description of the product helped you get a qualitative ide of how the products is regardless of your hair type.

Have you tried Not Your Mother's? What is your favorite product?

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