BeautyEmpties – Natalie Mochaccino
Hi, lovelies. Today in this blog post, I will review some of my BeautyEmpties that I finished this month. I thought this blog post would be good since I love watching empty product videos online and reading articles on them.
The meaning behind a product empty review is that you are sharing what products you have used up and discussing whether you will be purchasing them again. The main idea of a product empty post is that the products used up were good and would get a good review in a blog post.
I have also decided to compile a group of products that I like, and since they evolve around different needs, I thought it would be better to round them up into one blog post instead of doing an individual post on each product review.
Hair Care Product Empties:
Shea Moisture Frizz Free Curl Mousse
The shea moisture frizz free curl mousse is a product I found online after searching how to achieve a wash and go with defined curls and hold without flaking. A YouTuber was going over these products in a demonstration as one of the components, so I decided to try it.
This mouse you can find at the beauty supply store for around $15. On the downside, I am finding that the product tends to go fast and maybe last one month if you style your hair in a wash and go every day for one month.
It has a light fragrance and smells like coconut. On a side note, I have heard of many naturals styling their hair with only mousse, an ongoing trend. I am now sure if I could get away with styling with just a mouse, but with the help of eco styler gel and the shea moisture curl stretching cream, this is the combo that my hair loves and is what I will be sticking with. You can also then air dry or diffuse each section hair and apply product sparingly to damp hair .
I mainly like this hair mousse because it great for all hair types, conditions hair without weighing and you can cocktail other products and style hair as desired. So if you are looking for a great styling mousse for your wash and go’s and for a natural curl, then the shea moisture frizz free curl mousse might be the right product.
Wild Growth Hair Oil
Wild growth hair oil is another product that I keep running back to. There is no other product quite like it! Although I do use other carrier oils on other days to promote hair growth, I am finding that I do not think that I would achieve the same results that I would without the wild growth hair oil. The best way to use this oil is to apply to hair and apply product to the scalp (damp or dry hair) every three days. As I discussed in my review of the top hair oils for hair growth, this oil has hairs growing at double the growth rate, and you can read about it here.
The fragrance of this oil is something to be cautious of, and if you are sensitive to fragrances, then this oil may not be for you. Also, if you are wearing straight and sleek styles, you may not be the best candidate for this product because it will make your hair look greasy and weighed down. So apply product sparingly.
African Pride Hair Oil
As I mentioned in the previous paragraph, wild growth oil may not be the best option if you cannot tolerate strong fragrances. Instead, you can opt for the African pride hair oil, a relatively newer product in the hair market.
On the flip side, you will love the scent as it smells more like grape juice and bubble gum, a fragrance I adore. What I like about this oil is that it also contains castor oil which is another oil that promotes hair growth and boosts hair growth.
Here I have discussed three products that I have used up and would be repurchasing. First, we have the shea moisture coconut and hibiscus frizz free curl mousse, which adds curl definition and smells like coconuts. Then we have the African pride moisture miracle essential oils, which smell amazing and have castor oil, and then Wild growth oil, which I have repurchased several times to boost hair growth.
I hope this article helped you, and stay tuned for part 2 of beautyempties!