Sunday, 29 April 2012

Twisted Sista?

For the last couple of weeks I've been trying out a few of the Twisted Sista range. My first impression was that the range was aimed at more curly, afro-Caribbean hair from what I'd heard, but they have launched a new styling range recently and I was kindly sent a few products to test out. My favourite thing about all the products are that they contain Argan oil and lychee (which smells a-mazing!). I'm not really one for hair products, but the occasional styling one is great, but we all need heat protectant right?

The range is free from sulphates, parabens, phalates and mineral oil to maintain a healthy condition, and contains UV filters to shield colour and style from harmful sun damage anti-oxidants and urban pollution.I have noticed my hair has felt more softer when using the hair protector when straightening, plus you can't complain about the smell! 

They have quite a few new products in their range, all available at Tesco RRP £4.99. Personally I think the price is a little much, but they are good products and good for your hair.

I used the spray on damp-dry hair, preferably damp before I dried it or left it to dry overnight and then once straightened, I could see the frizzy bits had reduced dramatically. I am fickle with most products, but I don't think I'd re-purchase this as I have so many hair products to use up at the moment.

Have you tried any of the Twisted Sista range? What do you think about their pricing and being free from all the "nasties"?

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  1. Tempted to give this a try if it helps to ease frizziness! I like the fact that it is free from harmful substances too :) ♥

  2. It smells amazing too! No harm trying but it is good stuff! x


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