What Ever You Do, Own It
Light Weight: Check
Moisture Rich Curls: Check
Smells Clean: Check
Balling On A Budget: Nope; $20 price tag
I think the general price of Carol’s Daughter products must be $20… welp! -_-
So I am addicted to leave-in moisturizers. They are a required product by my standards. I colour process my hair about twice a year and there fore am extremely conscious of moisture to frizz ratios and honey, HAIR.GETS.THIRSTY…. I am sure I don’t have to tell you that though.
When I use leave-in’s, I always look to make sure they fight frizz and aren’t too heavy. Volume is king in my house. Carol’s Daughter Hair Milk is very good at keeping my hair frizz free and it’s really not too heavy. I mean freshly washed and detangled hair is always going to be a little disappointing on the size scale unless you diffuse it, which if you have the time to do so I definitely recommend it.
If not though, you can certainly count on this moisturizer to help maintain softness and reduce frizz activity in between washes. When you first apply it make sure you comb it through with a wide tooth comb or paddle brush for even distribution and to make sure the curls are defined.
The test now is to see how long the bottle will last me. That eat-ramen-so-your-curls-can-live life is not the most desirable but I will consider it when necessary!