Review of African-American hair products
First review of Profectiv Conditioner
If you are anything like me then you can understand the headache that can come along with finding that right hair product. African-Americans have a range of many hair colors and lengths but all consist of tight, small curls. Many females not just African-Americans, experiment with or use weaves to enhance their look. The subtitle to this particular hub is experimenting to find the right product. This involves me actually testing out various new, popular, and not so well known hair products.
This is my time using profectiv conditioner ; I must say is smells great, a sweet, mixed berry type of scent but not overwhelming. It is a pastel pink color, cool to the touch, and has a pudding type consistency. My hair type is shoulder length, relaxed (a little over a month ago), as well as dyed (over 8 months ago), overall healthy hair but a little on the thin side with a little damage in a few areas. My hair tends to have breakage if I flatiron or use curling irons daily. I applied it immediately before I had a sew-in done, and am currently using it twice a week for the passed two weeks. When I applied it, my hair felt silky and smooth between my fingers. Once I had blown dry my hair, right away I could tell it penetrated deeply into my roots and cuticles. My hair was shiny, and appeared to be holding up to what it says on the jar. I will update you on the condition of my hair and the affects of using the “profectiv breakfree” very soon.