Lotta Body Curl & Style Hair Milk
How it claims to work:
Coconut and shea oils deeply hydrate hair from the inside out, leaving hair soft and nourished with brilliant shine. Moisturize dry, frizzy hair for springy, hydrated curls. Detangles, conditions, and controls curls while adding brilliant shine, body, and bounce.
- Defines curls
- Tames frizz
- Adds moisture & brilliant shine
- For relaxed & natural hair
I was looking for a cheap cream product to apply when I was doing a protective style. I have seen that Lotta Body had this product, but I didn’t hear anything about the product itself. My first impression is that I loved the bottle, very few curl style products come with a pump. After sectioning my hair into four separate sections, I used a generous amount of this creme and applied it to my hair. I was pretty impressed with the slip and glide of the product. It’s not a heavy cream and more on the watery side, but I tend to like these type of cremes better. I applied this along with a detangler and a leave-in conditioner that has more hold. I could see when detangling that this curl milk hydrates the hair very well. I would also recommend starting with a small amount then get more if needed. I sometimes applied too much, but I was able to still work with it. Another good thing about this product is even though I used too much in some sections, I didn’t have any leftover residue after my hair dried. My hair was not sticky or flakey. The smell is Lotta Body’s signature smell, which is just sweet and has hints of coconut. Surprisingly enough, I was pleasantly surprised at how much I loved this product. I wasn’t expecting too much since it was so cheap! I believe this is a new favorite.
Ratings and Comments:
I was a bit skeptical about this before trying, but I ended up loving this product. It moisturized my dry curls and keeping them hydrated after drying my hair.
I give this product a 5 out of 5.
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