Look what I snagged – Lush R&B, Lush Fair Trade Honey, Cantu, Entwine, Darcy’s Botanicals, Donna Marie & Entwine Couture

So most people know that I love to try new Stylers that I can use for twist outs, braid outs, twists, natural up do’s etc. So I went a little crazy today and so reviews will come soon regarding these.

I am dying to try the Lush stuff. I’ve never used Cantu, Donna Marie, or Darcy’s before. I will revisit Entwine as I’ve only dealt with it when going to the salon for a dry twist out and it worked great! I heard that the Cantu gives a great wash and go!

The Goods gotten on the ground:

*Lush R&B Hair Moisturizer
*Lush Fair Trade Honey Shampoo
*Cantu Shea Butter for Natural Hair Coconut Curling Cream
*hair clips from Claire’s

The Goods gotten online:

*Donna Marie Super Buttercream
*Entwine ‘The Manipulator’ Creme Jelle Styler
*Entwine ‘Indulgently Luxe’ Exotique Butter Creme Hydrator
*Darcy’s Botanicals Pumpkin Seed Curl Moisturizing Conditioner
*Darcy’s Botanicals Sweet Cocoa Bean Moisturizing Hair Whip
*Sweet Almond Oil
*Jojoba Oil
*x2 satin scrunchies

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2 thoughts on “Look what I snagged – Lush R&B, Lush Fair Trade Honey, Cantu, Entwine, Darcy’s Botanicals, Donna Marie & Entwine Couture

  1. Love your hair! Can you recommend a style gel/cream/butter to try first? Also, can you recommend someone for the BC or just to trim hair in transition.
    Thanks!

    1. Yes definitely! Ill send you the info on my recommended stylist in the Detroit area. Also the best stuff you can start off with to me is the Shea Moisture line at target. I like the Shea moisture coconut and hibiscus curl control shampoo, curl and style milk, and their curl enhancing smoothie, and the deep treatment masque. For a leave in>>also at Target>>Kinky Curly Knot Today. Tresseme naturals nourishing moisture conditioner is a good conditioner too…you can get this anywhere.

      See the Holy Grail tab.

      Anything from the As I am Naturally line is great as well and this is at Sally’s.

      YouTube is the best place for tutorials for transitioning hair especially if you want to retain your ends!

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