Combined Roots Curl Stretching Custard
I used to be sent the Mixed Roots Curl Stretching Custard (£12.99/355ml)* back in April and I’ve been using it principally to set my braid outs.
The product is designed for curly and kinky hair. It is best used on wet hair before twisting, braiding or rolling to actually elongate your natural curl. My hair is relaxed but I’ve varying degrees of curls and waves tape in hair extensions wavy in the direction of the top of my hair because I’m transitioning to texlaxed (see my last post for more information). I have been using the product earlier than braiding and it works rather well at giving my hair an outlined end result after unravelling the braids. I am especially impressed on the hold on the ends of my hair which are bone straight and normally refuse to curl.
The texture is quite creamy and gives sufficient slip to detangle my texture roots. I absolutely love the sweet smell of this product which lingers tape in hair extensions wavy long after it has part been applied. The scent is quite robust though, so some might find this overpowering.
On a value level I do suppose it is quite high as it is in the identical range as numerous salon manufacturers. Nevertheless there is at the very least a generous amount of product for the value. I’ve discovered that I don’t need to make use of much product when styling which suggests I’ve still received quite a lot left after a few weeks of use. The Blended Roots range additionally boasts the exclusion of ingredients like mineral oil and parabens which I believe has pushed the value up of the products.
Total this is a superb product and I might definitely consider buying it when it runs out.
You should purchase the Curl Stretching Custard from the Blended Roots web site.