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My Hair (Hearts) Hair Dew

February 18, 2011

I tried Oyin Handmade’s  Hair Dew and it worked very well with my hair.  The conditioner was lightweight, as promised, and  glided on my tresses.  It smells very similar to the Burnt Sugar Hair Pomade: sugary and sweetish.  My strands felt soft as I applied it–very liberally I might add.  As I used it,  I kept thinking “I wish it were warm weather so I could just tie it up and wear a textured puff.”  Most importantly, my hair felt soft and moisturized the next day after it had air-dried overnight which is the true test for me.

After my initial review of the ingredients, I was a bit worried about the coconut oil in this product because my hair can be a bit temperamental with coconut oil, but I worried for naught.  Maybe since the coconut oil was not one of the top players on the ingredient list, it didn’t affect my hair in a bad way.

Hair Dew played nice with my hair as well as my other products.  This conditioner is a keeper.   Hair Dew is officially my new leave-in.

Ingredients: purified water, castor oil, olive oil, organic aloe vera gel, behentrimonium methosulfate (emulsifier), coconut oil, olive squalane, optiphen (preservative) and cetyl alcohol.

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2 Comments leave one →
  1. Jan permalink
    February 18, 2011 12:49 pm

    Yay!! So I’m sitting here at work, bored as can be, and I said to myself “hhmm, I wonder if Coilycrowns did her review as yet?'” lol. So I just called up Georgia NY and they’re unpacking their new shipment right now!! After work I’m heading over there for an Oyin haul.

    • Regina permalink*
      February 18, 2011 1:30 pm

      HAHA. Good for you Jan! I might need to head over there too. I need some more Whipped Pudding.

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