Bombshell Review: Mizani Coconut Souffle Light Moisturizing Hairdress
For as l0ng as I can remember, my hair has always been dry as the Sahara Desert (dramatic, much? lol). Ok, so maybe not the Sahara, but it’s definitely been a struggle to give my hair adequate moisture. When my hair was relaxed it was difficult to stirke the right balance of moisture to avoid weighed down strands, and since I’ve been natural using products that replenish moisture and sink into my hair has been equally important.
So, I was excited to try out Mizani Coconut Soufle Light Moisture Hairdress that they sent over for review. A part of Mizani’s line up of products for natural hair, Coconut Souffle promises to give dry kinks and curls the moisture they need. Check it out:
Natural coils and curls—and even some wavy hair types—require extra moisture, protection and style control. New whipped-texture, Coconut Soufflé Light Moisturizing Hairdress disperses evenly and absorbs quickly for touchably soft waves and curls. Using a concentrated, natural-oil blend of coconut and camellina oils, it instantly envelops each strand and infuses it with uniform moisture from the inside out. Additionally, coconut oil helps strengthen hair and reduce breakage. The result is targeted moisturization, along with extra protection at the “stress” points of curly strands.
Especially formulated for multi-textured hair, Coconut Soufflé Light Moisturizing Hairdress revitalizes and restores curl’s natural luster without building up or weighing hair down.
I must say that Milani delivers on it’s promise! Coconut Souffle gave my hair moisture and sheen without creating the buildup that many products for natural hair tend to do. I especially enjoyed the light coconut scent( so good!) and light, whipped texture. I used it on the entire length of my hair for all over moisture and on my ends at night. I used it slightly over other products and never experienced any problems. I recommend Coconut Souffle for both natural and relaxed hair!
Have you tried any of Mizani’s products for natural hair? What did you think?