10 April 2010

mahogany queen's honey coconut shea

This product was actually sent to me from one of my followers (Ms. Ashley) a loooong time ago. The day I left to go on vacation actually, so it's pretty overdue. Sooooo, here's the "What It Does" review that was sent w/ the product:
Mahogany Queen's Honey Coconut Shea
is a cream made specifically to moisturize natural hair before & during styling. Also pairs nicely w/ gels to help lock in moisture. Apply liberally to wet air after a shampoo or co-wash. This cream can also be used on your skin. A little bit can really go a long way.

Ingredients:

* Shea
* Coconut Oil
* Coconut Cream
* Honey
* Avocado Oil
* Almond Oil
* Jojoba Oil
* Apricot Kernel Oil
* Extra Virgin Olive Oil
* Essential Oil Fragrance

Here's MY Review:
I liked this product for the simple fact that it did moisturize my hair for quite some time & even protected it from heat styling tools. I use my flat iron every day so I definitely need heat protection. It also leaves hair feeling soft & very shiny. Honestly, my only complaint so far is that I'm not too sure about the smell of this product. It smells like honey & lemons at first, which isn't too bad. Then after I used my flat iron, I began to smell this funky scent of old french fries. Don't be too discouraged, because neither scent lasted very long. Maybe it's just me *shrugs*



THE CONTAINER MAKES ME SO HAPPY. I'M GONNA KEEP IT FOREVER & EVER :)

Score:
3/5
Keep in mind that I haven't used this on wet hair, gel, or my skin yet. So it's still a great score!

BIG THANK YOU & WAY TO GO TO MAHOGANY-QUEEN.COM!

5 comments:

Rena said...

oOOooh! I would keep the container too!

<33 Rena

Mz. More said...

That container is too cute and the ingredient in this product are great. Sounds like it has potential.

Jenn said...

LMAO @ old french fries!!!

*TEE* said...

the container is way cute.. i would keep it forever too. and put something special in it after you use all of the shea butter stuff... <3

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