Blended Cuties VS Curly Q
Stinalee1120 Registered Users Posts: 67 Curl Novice
Hello...my daughter is a 4a/3c. currently we are using products from curls.biz (It's a Curl Shampoo and Curly Q Custard. They have been working ok when i first use them, but during the day her hair dries too stiff/hard for me. i was looking for a product to soften her hair/dry softer. i was wondering if anyone had any experience with the Blended cutie products...i was considering buying a sample of the products and deciding from there, but i just wanted a little info from someone who's child had a similar hair type to my daughter and could help me out...or if someone has any experiece with ANOTHER product that softened their child's hair without drying would be greatly appreciated!!!!
My 6 1/2 year old has mainly 3c hair, 3b at the nape and there might be the odd 4a in the middle. I haven't tried blended beauty, but we started using Curly Q's coconut conditioner this week along with Mixed Chicks shampoo and leave in conditioner, I have to say I was under whelmed by the results. I always do two strand twists when the hair is wet and I took them out the following in day, my daugther's hair was dull with average curls. Today (3 days after washing) she has S shaped curls at the front, spirals at the back and some of her hair is straight at the sides (which is quite normal for her). If blended beauties works over a longer period please let us all know.
Smooth Finish Conditioner - Body & Hair Care: Paula's Choice Skin Care & Cosmetics
It works great on both my girls curls and they have different types.
Miss E turning 2 in a month
Miss I - 4 years old