Friday, January 17, 2014

Detangle & Condition with Slip from Curly Hair Solutions!!


Don't let the title fool you. While this product is created and sold by Curly Hair Solutions, it is not just for curly girls. Not even just for curly and wavy hair. It is a product that would benefit all hair types! Now that I have that out of the way, let's start from the beginning....

I received a bottle of Slip Detangler from Curly Hair Solutions for review, and this is an amazing product! Any woman with curly hair can tell you that combing out wet hair is quite a stressful time. And we don't dare try riding in the car with the windows down-can you say instant tangles and frizz? Oh, and if you have ever tried combing out your little girl's hair either before or after her bath-definitely not for the weak of heart! I have honestly lost count of how many times I've heard "You're pulling too hard" or "Oww, that hurts!". Well, you don't have to dread these experiences any more. Introducing Slip Detangler! 

Slip is a multi-purpose hair care product. Simply spray onto wet or dry hair, and comb out. This honestly works. M had some really bad knots a couple days ago (from riding with the car windows down) and could not get them out. I sprayed Slip directly on to a couple of the knotted areas, and they combed right out! I like using this after my morning shower, because not only does it remove and prevent tangles, it also moisturizes. It helps prevent frizz and flyaways, and leaves my hair looking and feeling better all day. You can also re-apply later in the day if you need to touch up your style. It doesn't build up in your hair, so you don't need to worry about it weighing down or looking greasy! Slip has to be one of the best hair care inventions ever!!


Visit Curly Hair Solutions to purchase Slip, or check out their other great curly hair products!

2 comments:

  1. I always have to use products for knots in my hair after washing. I do need help with frizz also. This product looks like it works wonderful.
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  2. I wish I'd know about this when my daughter was younger-- the struggles to get a comb through her hair were legendary!

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