Have you heard of Curlsmith? Well if not here is the scoop. I recently got the chance to try the products out. Curlsmith is a new gourmet line for curly hair.
What is Curlsmith?
Curlsmith blends fresh curl-loving foods with kitchen cupboard staples and rare organic ingredients to make premium formulations that work for all types of curls. The products by Curlsmith are vegan cruelty-free and organic certified. The line includes a styling souffle, ultra-hydrating deep Treatment Oil Serum, The nourishing Oil-in-cream, and a quenching Co-Wash.
Curlsmith was developed in collaboration with world-renowned trichologists, curly hair stylists, and beauty experts. They wanted to make sure that all of their products were blended carefully in small batches under the strict supervision of their Master Curlsmith. CurlSmith only uses the best clean ingredients, with no sulfates, parabens, silicones, mineral oils, Phthalates or DEA’s.
My Thoughts on Curlsmith
If you have been following me a while then you know that I am very much a shampoo girl and I only co-wash every so often. I did try out the Conditioning Co-wash though. This co-wash is gentle and lightweight yet removed product buildup from the hair. Not only did it make my hair feel soft, but it was also very easy to detangle. It has shea butter, coconut, and black pepper just to name a few ingredients.
This is a rich leave-in conditioner that is perfect for the LOC Method as my leave in conditioner. The curl conditioning oil in cream is made with organic carrots, olive oil, and aloe vera oil to help your hair with strength and shine. It left my hair very soft and shiny after using.
This is a versatile serum that helps bring shine, softness, and manageability to your hair. It contains oats and macadamia to enhance elasticity and to help with hydration. I found that you only need to use a small amount of this serum. I used it as the oil in the LOC method for my hair.
This is a styling souffle that gives great definition. I initially didn’t think I would like it because of the consistency. The styling souffle is like a gel but it is more clumpy and at first, I had a hard time getting it to penetrate into my hair. I found that melting it a little in my hands worked wonders and it went on like a glove after.
It gave my hair amazing definition! It did not leave any residue or leave my hair feeling greasy or crunchy. My curls were super soft and bouncy. Curlsmith is made with babassu oil and flax seed for moisture and to help define curls.
Overall, I liked the line and I thought it was very different from other products that I have used. A line that is good for your hair with quality ingredients is all good with me.
Have you tried Curlsmith?