What Do I Think of Curls?
Would you believe I started this post at the beginning of July this year to tell you all about my experience with the Curls products for my little girl. After months of running around being Busy Bee, I can finally bring you my fair review.
Being mummy to a fabulous princess with long ringletty hair and a wonderful personality living in busy London, I was happy to find that her hair loves this stuff. I found lots of reviews online from mums all over the world and asserted this had to be a must try. I decided to give this a go as a step-up from Burts Bees Tears Free Shampoo and Wash. Very happy I did!
Very often I hear mums of biracial kids complaining about how to keep those curls moisturized and bouncy. Look no further because I think this new routine will live long. And here is why...
Our usual routine includes washing her hair every week. So on the said evening when I give her a bath for bedtime, I wash her hair with Curls Peak-a-boo shampoo. Give it a good rinse and then lather with Curls Patty Cake Conditioner. Then carry on giving her a wash while she plays happily splashing bubbles around her baby bath. I got one of those giant Mamas and Papas baby baths and I am so glad I did. Seriously they are so worth the money.
Anyway so the conditioner would have been in her hair for at least 10 minutes before giving her hair a really good rinse. At this point she's usually had enough of me washing her hair. We pat dry as much as I can, follow on with baby lotion for her skin, nappy and baby-grow. A few dips of Tiana's Extra Virgin Coconut oil rubbed in my palm and massaged into her hair locks in moisture right away. A quick comb through with a wide tooth comb keeps it from being knotted in the morning.
I ensure her hair is dry before she goes to sleep. The next day, a little Coconut oil is applied to her scalp. Another comb through and her hair is glorious!