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Curly Q Custard by Curly Q's

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Type:
Styling Products
Size:
8 oz.
Price:
$13.00
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Description:
This rich and creamy custard textured cream provides great curl definition, weight and sheen for curly girls. It is loaded with certified organic ingredients (Certified Organic Sunflower Oil and Certified Organic Aloe Leaf Juice) and moisturizing butters (e.g. Shea and Mango) to hair strengthening ingredients such as Panthenol and Lecithin. Curly Q Custard will naturally elongate her curls.
Attributes:
moisture, definition, shine, frizz control, anti-humectant
Manufacturer:
Curly Q's
Ingredients:
Purified water, certified organic sunflower oil, octyl palmitate, certified organic aloe vera leaf juice, glycerin, glyceryl stearate, potassium stearate, panthenol, stearic acid, sodium carbomer, allantoin, cetearyl alcohol, certified organic sweet almond oil, shea butter, certified organic jojoba oil, soy tocopherols, phenoxyethanol, fragrance.
Link:
http://www.curlstylist.com/products/view/3757

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  • Curl Rating: 4
    CurlRating: 4
    Aug 17, 2014
  • harperlw - Hair Type: Type 3a

    I use this on my 3 year old daughters 3b curls and I really like the product so far. I don't use much so it doesn't weigh her hair down. Plus I love how it elongates her curls where as many of the other custards I've used shrink up her curls a lot. I would definitely buy this product again. Works best with other curly q products.
  • Curl Rating: 3
    CurlRating: 3
    Sep 17, 2012
  • Mamafashionista - Hair Type: Type 3a

    It is a medium weight curl cream that adds definition without hold. Purified water is the first ingredient so this is definitely meant to act as a moisturizer, but I found that I needed to seal it, in order to add shine to the hair. The jar says that it will "naturally elongate" the hair, but I didn't notice any obvious change in the amount of shrinkage in my daughter's hair. Custard is the perfect way to describe the texture of this thick and rich cream and it has a very light and pleasant scent. I suggest waiting until the hair is merely damp, and not soaking wet, to apply the custard, as it did not seem to soak into the hair when applied immediately after washing. We shampooed and then conditioned the hair and I attempted to use the custard as a detangler/leave in conditoner, but it didn't really work in that capacity. I recommend detangling with a leave in first, then using this after. My little girl's 4a/b curls were soft and very well defined, and though I would've liked for them to have more sheen, her hair did look beautiful. I would say that this is comparable to Shea Moisture's Organic Coconut and Hibiscus Curl Enhancing Smoothie , which we are already huge fans of. I think this is perfect for someone that is looking for something similar, but prefers products with a lighter scent. Ultimately, I think it is better suited for finer hair and perhaps even my own 3a/b curls.
  • Curl Rating: 5
    CurlRating: 5
    Mar 02, 2012
  • mixedchick87 - Hair Type: Type 3b

    This cream defines my curls like nothing else I've ever tried. It's non greasy, smells amazing and does EXACTLY what it says! This product is an absolute keeper for me!! 3c/4a
  • Curl Rating: 2
    CurlRating: 2
    Oct 27, 2011
  • stinalee201120 - Hair Type: Type 3b

    This was too heavy for my dauther's 3c/4a hair and the glycerin eventually dried her hair out. I used the Moist Curls underneath it, but to no avail. I'm only going to give it 2 stars
  • Curl Rating: 4
    CurlRating: 4
    Sep 02, 2011
  • fridayt - Hair Type: Type 3c

    I used this on my daughter's hair and it makes her hair easy to comb. The only downside is that her ends get really curly and dry be the end of the day.
  • Curl Rating: 5
    CurlRating: 5
    Aug 25, 2010
  • maryferg - Hair Type: Type 3b

    I really like this product but I use it myself not a child. It might be too heavy for finer or less dense curls but it does leave my 3b curls soft and defined. This is the same as Curls Souffle but costs $2 less.
  • Curl Rating: 2
    CurlRating: 2
    Jul 27, 2010
  • anonymous_52117 - Hair Type: Type 3b

    Used this on my 3 year old's 3c hair and it left white flakes on her hair. It also dried out her hair after a while. It smelled great though.
  • Curl Rating: 3
    CurlRating: 3
    May 13, 2010
  • CurlyCurls85 - Hair Type: Type 3c

    Curl Type:3C I actually liked this product and used it for a long time with styling gel..although I'm a adult. I smelled the Breule thats at Target and it smelled the same and is made by the same company so I figured I save some money. This stuff works well when wet, it defines and makes my curls look beautiful, but once it dries it leaves my hair dry, and I always had to reaply to maintain a moisture balance.
  • Curl Rating: 3
    CurlRating: 3
    Feb 01, 2010
  • charpitt - Hair Type: Type 3c

    I use it on my son's hair, it's ok but a little too heavy for his thin hair, so I just use a dime size or less as a leave in, and then use his Carol's Daughter Hairmilk to finish
  • Curl Rating: 3
    CurlRating: 3
    Feb 01, 2010
  • charpitt - Hair Type: Type 3c

    I use it on my son's hair, it's ok but a little too heavy for his thin hair, so I just use a dime size or less as a leave in, and then use his Carol's Daughter Hairmilk to finish
  • Curl Rating: 3
    CurlRating: 3
    Dec 03, 2009
  • gypsygreen - Hair Type: Type 3b

    Heavenly scent. Mediocre conditioner or styling product. I had no slip or hold and was too heavy for 3B caucasian hair. I used this after the coconut dream conditioner, which seemed like the same product, only with better slip and lower price. I would recommend trying that as a more cost-effective leave-in. The oils in this product would probably be great on thicker, kinkier hair, though, hence my 3 rating.

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