Curls Whipped Cream

Sunday, June 07, 2009

Promises: Whipped Cream is the perfect product for natural styles (twists, locks, afros & more) for thick, kinky, curly 3c-4b hair! This thick, and ultra rich whipped cream has a warm vanilla cream fragrance that makes you want to eat it! It provides SUPERB curl definition, frizz protection all while providing moisture and sheen. Enriched with natural oils, exotic butters and nourishing extracts and botanicals. Also works great as gel substitute to smooth edges, slick hair, and to hold twists and locks in place.

Directions: Day 1 - Apply whipped cream to freshly cleansed/conditioned hair, while it is still wet. Moisturize with quenched curls moisturizer. Scrunch into hair, section by section. Allow hair to air dry. Day 2 - Refresh your curls with quenched curls moisturizer, and reapply whipped cream to curls as needed.

Ingredients: Purified Water, Certified Organic Sunflower Oil, Certified Organic Aloe Vera Leaf Juice, Cocoa Butter, Polyimide-1, Glyercin, Certified Organic Coconut Oil, Certified Organic Sweet Almond Oil, * Gardenia Essential Oil, Tahitian Coconut Oil, Grape Seed Oil, Wheat Germ Oil, Avocado Oil, Plumeria Oil, Olive Oil, Sodium Carbomer, Centillica Asiatica, Panthenol, Octyl Palmitate, Polysorbate-80, Soy Tocopherols, Phenoxyethanol, Ethyl Hexyl Glyercin, Fragrance.

The Truth: I honestly have a LOVE/HATE relationship with this product that's why it took me forever to write a honest review about it. At times I love it (especially the vanilla scent) and other times it just did not work well with my hair. I get great results when I use it on damp (great for slicking edges with a satin scarf) or already moisturized hair, this way it acts as a sealant and it does a very good job at leaving my ends soft (which is pretty nice since it has a lot of penetrating oils). I've also used it on wet hair - just following the directions - and my hair felt like straw!!!

What I like most is the consistency of the product, it's very thick, creamy and potent, you don't need a lot to get the job done. I've had this product since Dec. and it's no where near empty. I would recommend this product as a winter sealant/moisturizer but more so a sealant. Will I repurchase in the future? Most likely no. I'll just use this one up until it's finished.

$22.00 CAD 8 OZ

Hairlicious Rating: (3.5/5) Just Okay


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  1. Ohh sunsyhne, you should try hairvedas whipped gelly! i ordered a jar last mth and had to go back.. i just got 2 bottles in the mail! Its so good for slicking my edges!! And im 7 wks post with thick 4a/4b hair! I use it on wet hair and do YOUR scarf method!WORKS WONDERS!!

  2. i did NOT like this product when i tried it.

  3. you make your own products?

  4. Anonymous - Wow, thanks for the heads up. The whipped gelly is a moisturizer or hair gel?

    LHDC - You too?! That sux :(

    Tammy - No hun, I don`t make my own products- yet!

  5. Sunshyne, I totally agree. I truly did not care for this product. It just sat on my hair making it feel hard and brittle, and I am natural 3C/4a and cottony, which is what they recommend for my hair type. My hair need to be able to absorb the product; hair cannot absorb the Curls Whipped Cream. Although I do not like the Whipped Cream, I do like the Milkshake; I am not too crazy about the Souffle either.

  6. i just bought this product and I didn't love it either. I felt that it was not moisturizing enough.

    i wanted to use it on wet hair while I put in overnight twists. Woke up the next day and my hair was dry as a bone. I agree this product works well if you hair is mositurized already and u need to seal your edges.

    I do like the Curls milkshake. I mix it with my CD hair milk and it helps give great defintion.

  7. Curls Whipped Cream is more of a cream gel. It contains polyimide-1 in it which retains curls formation. It will produce a film on hair strands to retain curls/style. It's also water soluble and much milder on hair than pvp etc.

    So, if you're looking for absorption of any kind stick to the milkshake, or souffle.

  8. Hey Sunshyne have you found a product you like that helps give definition to your braid outs, bantu knots, twist outs, etc?