I know I haven’t done a blog post in a while…sorry…I’ve been doing mostly vlogs on YouTube! I will try to find a happy balance but know that I love doing both!
So I have been a fan of KBB for a while or least since 2012 when I was introduced to the Butter Love, a jar of heavenly conditioning and softening butters, and the Sweet Ambrosia Leave in Conditioner, a moisturizing and conditioning milk. These have been HG products since!
I had been wavering as far as trying the Super Duper Hydrating Hair Cream because I thought it would perform the same as the Butter Love and Sweet Ambrosia combo which I love for buttery soft twist outs with a light hold.
I ended up grabbing the Super Duper Hydrating Hair Creme with the Pomegranate Guava scent during a sale at Target. Why did u wait so long I don’t know. The ingredients are simple but awesome and effective.
Ingredients – Shea Butter, Aloe Vera Gel, Argan Oil, Allantoin, Lecithin, Potassium Sorbate, Acai powder, Vegetable Wax, Vegetable Glycerin, Essential and/or Fragrance Oils & Vitamin E. Target – $16.99 for 8 oz
I paired this product over the Sweet Ambrosia on damp hair 2x and I did about 10-12 two strand twists. I let my hair dry over night and this product helped weigh my hair down and gave buttery soft super shiny moisturized and conditioned locks. The cream is much more creamier than the Butter Love which may be the huge difference. I also had more hold>>>seems more like a medium hold instead, most likely due to the aloe vera gel, of light like the Butter Love. Everyone’s hair is different and typically any product with Shea butter gives me definition.
I added pics of the Sweet Ambrosia, Super Duper Hydrating Hair Creme, and the Butter Love which I used a dab of prior to taking down the twists.
Give this product a try!!! I am in love>>> it is going on my HG butter styler list! What were your results? Have you tried it yet? I get about 3 days of moisture which is standard in the winter for me nowadays before having to use the product to te moisturize again.
Here is the link to a previous KBB review I did: