[REVIEW] Bean & Bee Flaxseed & Kalahari Melon Curl Defining Custard

I’m going to be completely transparent & say that the deep conditioner isn’t really working out for me. I love the smell but it’s just too thick for my type 2 curly hair & doesn’t have enough slip. That being said, I think it could be a really great option for much thicker curly hair & afro hair. On a brighter note I’ve been using Bean & Bee Flaxseed & Kalahari Melon Curl Defining Custard & am really enjoying it! It’s lightweight so doesn’t weigh my hair down, it smells super zesty & it brings out my natural curls really well from day one of use.

Key features:
1. Light to medium hold
2. Contains organic flaxseed oil
3. pH balanced
4. Adds shine
5. Sulphate & silicone free
6. No drying alcohols
7. Easy to use
8. Smells delish
9. Nourishing
10. Low waste bottle
11. Vegan & cruelty-free

How to:
Simply apply thoroughly to clean wet hair, ‘plop’ hair with a towel, then either diffuse or let your hair dry naturally. The instructions say that a white cast will form around the curls when dry & to scrunch these out, but honestly I haven’t noticed any cast at all – just super soft, hydrated, bouncy, frizz-free curls!

The wavies & curlies set (the shampoo bar, deep conditioner & curl custard) is £32, or you can buy each item individually. The curl custard is £14 on its own. Although this is a little more than you would expect to pay for a drugstore product, I feel it’s definitely worth the money due to the amazing natural ingredients, the low waste packaging & that its made by a small business. I think this bottle is going to last me a really long time too.

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