The Secret To Getting Perfect Frizz-Free Ringlets, Perfect Jheri Curls & Shirley Temple Curls with Just 15 Minutes of Work - Hair Dressing Pomade Product Review
I have been doing some research online for a new product for my hair because my hair has started to feel really dry, even after I apply and leave a deep conditioner on it. Unfortunately, when you do not perm curly ethnic hair, this can happen. I grew up in a family that is very big on perming curly hair to make it straighter, so my hair was permed even when I was a child and I had no say on it really. Now though, I am older and I have learned to accept and embrace my natural curly hair.
When you compare permed hair to unpermed hair, there are some challenges, so I started researching the differences between hair wax, gel, and pomades. When I was young, most curly-haired families had pomades, but they are a bit forgotten these days by many people because there are just too many new products out there on the market. So, I decided to give a hair pomade a try since I read that they are great for dry and frizzy hair. The product I decided to test out today is the Cantu Shea Butter Hair Dressing Pomade.
This pomade is clear in color; it is thick and feels quite dense to the touch, but it does not leave the hair feeling sticky. The Cantu Hair Dressing Pomade promises to:
- Make the hair stronger and look healthier
- Add texture, lift, shine, and control
- Hold the style
- Define curls and twists
- Smooth edges
- Prevent frizz
- Seal in moisture
It says it works great for people with relaxed, textured, colored, and permed hair.
It is made in the U.S. with shea butter. It has a small ingredient list of 11 ingredients, and it costs around $6, so it is very inexpensive. You only need a little of the product as well, about a quarter-size amount for each braid, so one container of this pomade will last you a long time, so it is cost effective.