I'll show you my hair, but you have to promise to ignore my fatass up against the counter and my Bingo Arms.
When I was a little girl I had very curly hair. My Mom would wrap the curls around her finger to make banana curls. When I reached my teen years, every last curl on my head went straight. When I had babies my hair got curly again. Then I got Fibromyalgia/Thyroid issues and my hair looked like a bird's nest for about 12 years. Then I hit menopause and HEY!!! My curls came back!!
a) this is my hair when it's still a little wet.
b) this is NOT my true hair color. I had let it go grey and I really liked it, but it was making my skin look grey, so now I'm using Natural Instincts every 8 weeks or so.
The woman who cuts my hair convinced me that women with long, curly hair MUST use products for curly hair. So began the search for the perfect product.
1. Pantene PRO-V soft start felt like Crisco in my hair and the curls were so-so.
2. Paul Mitchell Super Skinny Serum. Nice curls, but the product is a little oily.
Washing curly hair every day is not good.
3. TRESemme FLAWLESS CURLS is mousse. Gorgeous curls but it dries out
my hair and I was back to washing it every day to get the product out and
4. FEKKAI LUSCIOUS CURLS. Yes, it's the most expensive product I've ever
put in my hair. Yes, I sell this product at work and get a decent discount.
Yes, it's worth every penny. My curls are soft, it's not greasy. It smells
Yummy...sweet almond, honey nectar and ginger.
Frederic Fekkai may be my hair's new best friend.
P.S. Dear Cape Cod Kid. Your birthday post is a work in progress. I'm having trouble with my photo-cropping skills. Love, Mom