If you are like me and you have thick, curly, wavy, frizzy, or out of control hair, you need to get this curl cream. Us Italian girls are blessed but also cursed at the same time with wild hair. Most people pay big money for those curls, but I usually pay big money to straighten mine. We are never happy with what God gave us, are we? At 43, I don’t bother for the straight look anymore. I really have no one to impress. Once in a while, I switch it up but now I usually just go o’naturale. I continue with my Kerotin treatments a couple times a year just to tame the beast. It’s a nice treat. When I’m wearing it down, I highly recommend Marc Anthony Strictly Curls Curl Cream. I have tried a lot of curl and frizz free products but I finally I found my match. Using it over a year now, and it never disappoints.
Apply a good amount to wet hair. I also apply a little conditioner too. The key is just let it air dry. The dryer is my worst enemy and it causes the hair to look dry and frizzy. I think I’ve used my hair dryer a handful of times since we’ve been home. When you step out of the shower, don’t dry your hair with a towel too much. Your hair will dry better almost drenched, a tip my lovely hair stylist taught me. Run fingers through your hair once applied to start defining where you want your curls to sit. Kind of like molding it around.
Pros: Smells nice, light, doesn’t weigh your hair down, seperates your curls and waves giving them definition, very inexpensive. $6.99 at Target.
Cons: I really can’t think of any? They do have it in a Lotion but I am not a fan of it. I think the cream is way better.