So now that it’s been about a month, as promised I’m sharing my review of the products I purchased from the Madam C. J. Walker Beauty Culture line. In my previous post (click here) I mentioned that I was purchasing several of the products that I think would work best with my hair texture. In the end I opted to keep the products from their treatment line.
Because I often wear a “protective style”, I find that this line would be the most beneficial in my quest to achieve healthy hair. We’ve heard time and time again that protein is key to attaining healthy strands. The protein line from Madam C. J. Walker does just that. For four weeks I used the line here are my thoughts. Please note, that the way that I have opted to use all of these products is not gospel and you can tailor depending on your hair care needs.
I first used the Wonderful Scalp Exfoliator. I was most excited of this product for two reasons:
- It was formulated to be used only on the scalp which is key to achieving healthy hair and
- I love anything that gives me a slight tingle (don’t ask)
When I used it on my scalp it felt cool and refreshing with a slight tingle. It gently removed any buildup I had under my protective style leaving my scalp breathable. After leaving in for the recommended time, I rinsed and towel-dried my hair leaving it damp. I was now ready for the next step. I followed up with the Wonderful Pre-wash Protein Treatment and left that in for the recommended time. The Wonderful Pre-wash Protein Treatment not only strengthen strands but it also nourishes the strands. After that I followed up with my regular sulfate and paraben-free shampoo. Next I used the Wonderful Deep Conditioning Masque and rinsed. My stylist commented that the strands felt incredibly soft and was much easier to detangle. I wish I had someone take pictures of the before and after so that you can see the difference, but such is the life of a struggling blogger.
Have you tried any of Madam C. J. Walker Beauty Culture line? If so, please comment below and share your experience.
Until next time – always remember to SEE. TOUCH. TASTE.