Garnier is one of my favourite drugstore brands, the skincare range is affordable and has many effective products, I have also used their some items from their body care range and I liked that too. Their haircare range however I approach with caution because I have natural afro hair and most likely some of the items may not be geared towards my hair texture and type.
To date, I have only used the Garnier Mystic Olive Oil collection which was gifted to me and I really like it. You can find my reviews here. A few years ago, I went to a Garnier event and I was gifted some more hair products, because of my good previous experience with them, I was actually looking forward to the products.
The Maple Healer collection is made for very damaged hair and has castor oil and maple sap to revitalise and intensely repair the hair. The Intense Repairer conditioner has no parabens and promises to leave the hair feeling stronger.
I was given the shampoo, conditioner and balm which I have been using slowly. The conditioner comes in a huge 400ml tube and has a creamy texture. It smells great lingers for a while but isn’t overpowering.
I find that the conditioner has enough slip for me to detangle with. I have natural 4c hair which is thick, shrinks and gets tangled quite easily. This conditioner helps me smooth my hair and run my comb through it. I leave it on for 5 – 10 mins before rinsing. It really makes a difference! My hair is left soft and feels conditioned
I have to admit I have been quite lazy with my hair and washing it every 2 weeks instead of weekly. This means going into wash days, my hair is usually quite dry (I do slick buns), so I can really tell a difference in the feel of my hair. I really like this conditioner. If this is the only conditioner left in stores and wondering how it will work for our hair, get it, it works. I also really liked the intense balm (review on my Instagram). I’m yet to try the shampoo.
Garnier Maple Healer Conditioner is £3.99
We are leaving in a time where things aren’t normal and won’t be for a while, but we will get through this!
Hey guys, how’s everyone doing? Good I hope. Today we will be talking about the Nunaat Naat Cream Blast of Shine conditioner, which is part of their Naat Cream range. The range has 7 conditioners in total and targets a range of hair issues like breakage, dryness and colour treated hair! I purchased 3 of them from the WITJ event last year and overall I have been impressed with all of them. I have reviews for the previous two I bought, check them out by clicking the links below
Garlic and Cupuacu Naat Cream
Argan Oil and Macadamia Naat Cream
The Blast of Shine has avocado oil and fruit complex and is perfect for dry and damaged hair. It’s also says it leaves hair shiny and silky and revitalised. It also helps to detangle hair.
The fruit complex has lemon, orange, tangerine, pineapple and passion flower extract. It also has mineral oil.
It has an ok smell, nothing like avocados though lol. Compared to the previous Naat creams I have had, it has less slip but enough to detangle nonetheless. It has a medium thick consistency and yes its completely green!. It works excellent on my 4c hair to moisturise it and makes it so soft. I haven’t noticed shine on my hair after use but on my silky textures wigs e.g. Brazilian hair, it gives it a beautiful lustre.
I REALLY love the size! 1kg will last you a while! While I haven’t used it every wash day on myself, I have used it religiously for my wigs and I have only hit half of the tub. I really like its quick action too, 3 mins is all you need, 5 if you want more however I always deep condition with mine anyway. I think it’s a fab purchase and good value for money. I got mine in a deal for 3 for £10 (I am hoping to catch NuNaat at a hair event this summer to buy more) or its £6.99 from Paks
The whole range and uses
Catch you guys later x
Hey beauties, you asked for it! Another miniseries, this time on the ORS product collections for natural hair. They have a few:
- ORS shealicious
- Curls unleashed
- Monoi Oil
- Natural hair care
So we are going to go through all of them starting with ORS shealicious range. We will cover everything: full collection list, reviews and where to purchase IN THE UK. There is nothing more frustrating than learning about a new and exciting product and realising you can’t get in the UK OR you would have to pay probably more than your shopping delivery charges from ordering if from the US. Let’s get started!
I was really excited when I saw this! It looks like yoghurt right? Don’t be fooled, this is hair conditioner! The shealicious range contains hair conditioning cocktails you mix fresh and apply for healthier, shiner hair. It is an easy D.I.Y range with 100% natural, therapeutic oil and a moisturising Shea butter conditioner. They have different mixes targeting different problems, let’s see the full range
- Shine Booster conditioning cocktail targeted for dull, brittle lacklustre hair
- Moisture Lock hair conditioning cocktail targets ultra-dry, damaged and breaking hair
- Scalp relief hair conditioning cocktail targets dry, itchy scalp
- Moisture mist leave in condition spray
- Cleansing balm sulphate free hydrating shampoo
So do these cocktails actually work? It’s an innovative way deep conditioning but is it worth it? Also is the size convenient? Let’s find out! This is what people are saying
What do you guys think? I am thinking about trying this product and bringing you guys a review. It seems the size is not a problem and one pack is enough, hmm. Has anyone tried this yet?
Here in the UK you can get the full range from BeautybyZara, link > http://www.beautybyzara.com/ors-1/
That’s all for now. Will you be trying the shealicious range? Let me know, I would love to hear from you! We will carry on with this miniseries; next will be the curls unleashed range. For more info on the shealicious range, visit the website >> https://orshaircare.com/en/our-products/shealicious/