Many naturals dislike Shea Moisture’s Curling Soufflé. I suspect it’s the high glycerine content because it can leave your hair feeling sticky, gummy and a poofy mess. That is, IF you don’t know how to properly apply it. For starters, I don’t think Shea Moisture’s Curling Soufflé is meant to be used solo. It’s more of a complimentary product and should be used scarcely.
I discovered that while this Curing Soufflé can be a bit of a hit or miss for styling, there’s one way to successful use it and that is to create twists or a twist out.
When paired with Shea Moisture’s Curl & Style Milk, this Soufflé will leave you with nice, luscious and soft twists. The key is to use just a tiny amount on the hair and then apply the Curl & Style Milk OVER it vs. applying beneath it.
It took me FOREVER to figure this out. I was ready to throw the entire jar out at one point but I stuck it back in the drawer.
Well, never the one to want to waste money I decided to give it another try. My results were stellar but would I purchase it again?
Probably not LOL. It was just too much trial and error to get this product to play nicely in my hair. And while I have figured out a way to use it successfully, there are many other products that I use without such….toil!
Have you had success using Shea Moisture’s Curling Soufflé? What did it take?