Bee Mine Holding Butter: In Review

Last updated on August 19th, 2020 at 04:39 pm

bee mine holding butter review

I purchased Bee Mine Bee Hold Curly Butter in Island Mango (also available in coconut and unscented) on the 4th of July. They were having a sale (20% off) and I jumped right on it because this was on my wish list for the longest kind of time.

I had to finally give in to my former PJ and purchase it. I somehow knew I’d love this based on the reviews I’ve read and watched by curlies with similar hair to mine. So, I purchased the large 16 ounce jar for a little over $18. (the originally price is $23).  I’m glad I did. You only need to use a small amount so I can forsee having this for a very long time. I also purchased a sample size of the Bee Lovely Moisturizing Daily Conditioner (more to come on this one).

While I think the scent could be honed a little, the butter itself is absolutely delightful. It’s kind of like a whipped butter and it’s very light. A light product that doesn’t weigh my hair down is exactly what this is. My fine tresses can’t take really heavy products that sit on top of the hair shaft.

I used the Bee Mine Curly Butter to redo some of the rope twists I’ve been rocking for going on two weeks. Talk about new life!

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I initially did my twists with Organic Root Stimulator Loc and Twist Gel. I am  trying to use this product up because I don’t care much for it. Since I hate wasting money, I decided to use it to create my rope twists. The hold was pretty good but the “fuzzies” came and I had to re-do the twists on the top/side perimeter of my head. That’s when I decided to try the Bee Mine Holding Butter.

I love the hold that I get from this butter. It softens the hair and adds a little hold when it settles into the hair shaft. It also encouraged curling on the ends of my twists. So, much so that they became a little bushy. I tamed the bushy ends by applying  a little of Thirsty Roots’ new Apricot Castor Oil (official review of this product SOON!).

Last but not least, here are the ingredients that formulate this hair butter…

INGREDIENTS: 100% Organic Shea Butter, 100% Organic Aloe Vera Gel, Essential Oil Blend, Vegetable Glycerin, Rosemary Leaf and Chamomile Extract, Silk Powder, Paraben & Formaldehyde Free Preservative and Perfume

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Have you ever tried Bee Mine Holding Butter?

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Michelle Smith

Michelle is a Christian natural hair enthusiast. She's been natural for 20+ years and shares natural hair care tips and easy hairstyles for those with low density or thin fine natural hair. It's her joy to inspire you to live by faith in God while caring for your "crown."

This Post Has 6 Comments

  1. Florence Fischer

    Mo Plaits is back with this cute natural hairstyle consisting of medium sized boxes with two strand rope twists and beads for added flair.

  2. Mochacurls

    Twists look great! I can’t wait to hear your review of the apricot castor oil! I love castor oil!

    1. Michelle

      thanks and me too! especially for the winter

  3. Emma Brown

    Love the product. It works wonders for my hair. It moisturizes and provides lasting definition.

  4. MJ

    I haven’t but I may check them out! So jealous you could rock twists like that! My hair is just too fine for that. 🙁

    1. Michelle

      girl my has is super fine as well. you can do it. you just have to do it on dry hair. After washing your hair, let it air dry so it can have some kink in it. then proceed to twist in small sections

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