Curly Proverbz Cassia Hair Gloss + Growth Tea Rinse RESULTS

Last updated on October 19th, 2020 at 03:23 pm

Curly Proverbz Cassia Gloss and Tea Rinse have transformed my hair!

cassia hair gloss

Picture it…

You’ve done all you know to do. You’ve tried every product under the sun. Yet, your hair still lacks luster. It still lacks shine and its growth seems to be stunted.

It’s time to try something new.

I whole heartedly believe that the best of the best hair care products come from nature. Just like the best foods come from nature. That’s why I was delighted when Curly Proverbz on YouTube decided to start selling her herbal hair products.

Of course, it’s because I’m quite lazy and would neglect making them myself.

One of the products in the Curly Proverbz X Belle Bar Organics line is a Cassia Hair Gloss. Another is the Growth Tea Rinse.

Curly Proverbz Cassia Hair Gloss

Cassia is a natural herb that provides much of the strengthening effects as henna, yet without depositing color to the strands. The effects aren’t as long lasting as henna but with regular use, it’s a true prize for those of us with fine hair.

That’s because cassia helps to strengthen the hair shaft.

Curly Proverbz X Belle Bar Cassia Hair Gloss also includes marshmallow root, avocado oil, green tea, apple cider vinegar, maca root, saw palmetto and basil.

Each of these naturally occurring ingredients work in tandem to provide your hair with strength, shine, softness and manageability.

See: Herbs for Hair Care

Curly Proverbz Growth Tea Rinse

growth tea rinse

Black tea is popularly known for helping to stop hair fall when your hair begins to shed excessively. It’s a main ingredient of The Curly Proverbz X Belle Bar Growth Tea Rinse.

Other ingredients include lavender essential oil, calendula, chamomile, comfrey, sage, red clover and hops. Together, these ingredients will awaken your hair follicles and support your scalp for hair growth.

Last week I used both the cassia hair gloss and the growth tea rinse. My first time results were nothing short of astounding.

curly proverbz cassia gloss and tea rinse results

This was after rinsing the cassia hair gloss out of my hair. There’s no product in my hair at this point but look at the shine that’s coming through naturally. Plus, my curls are beginning to clump without any product.

Look at the shine and luster in these curls…

results of Curly Proverbz tea rinse

This was after the tea rinse which I didn’t actually rinse out. I simply spritzed it onto my scalp and massaged it in.

The strength of the rinse was balanced with moisture by using a leave in conditioner and sealed all that moisture goodness in with some lavender black castor oil.

I figured that since the growth tea rinse also contains lavender, it would be a good idea to keep it all in the family. In other words, lavender essential oil helps to strengthen follicles in the scalp, thereby leading to new growth.

I will continue to use these Indian herbal hair products to support my new hair growth journey.

After my very hefty hair cut back in January, I was a little disappointed in the rate of hair growth I was achieving so I’ve decided to return to my roots (no pun intended) and #TrustNature.

Sadly, Curly Proverbz Cassia Gloss and Tea Rinse in the X Belle Bar hair collection is no longer available. Some mess about it being a temporary thing. Boooo! You can find other Belle Bar hair collections here though.

A Prayer for Our Hair:

Father in Heaven, thank you for the herbs and natural sources for which you’ve provided us. Open our eyes that we may see that all we need you have provided. In Jesus Name. Amen.

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  1. the hair glosses….. Once a week ?

    1. Yes you can use glosses weekly. They are balanced with the strength and moisture from the deep conditioner. When you mix the henna or cassia into a deep conditioner, make sure that conditioner has little to no protein in it. You don’t want to over strengthen.

  2. You hair looks amazing!! I love her growth tea rinse. I keep that in rotation. I use mine as a spritz also. I didn’t care for the henna gloss only because it was so difficult to get it out my hair. I prefer my own henna gloss much better 🙂 I can’t wait to try her growth oil though. Keep us posted on your new hair growth journey!!

    1. Hi Joy, did you buy her tea rinse or make it yourself? I used to use the henna tea as a spritz but I think I like this one much better. I used the cassia mask and no issues getting herbs out of my hair so I don’t expect that problem with the henna but I have yet to use that one… wash day

      1. Hey! I use her tea rinse. I’ve bought it a couple times. I absolutely love it. I spray it in my hair every day.LOL! The henna gloss I use is so smooth and literally glides out my hair. Maybe that’s why I felt her henna gloss was difficult to rinse out. I use the Moroccan Henna mixed with Sukesh Ayurveda, aloe vera juice and my favorite deep conditioner. I might try her cassia mask just to see how I like it. Can’t wait for your feedback on the henna gloss!!

        1. Oh my I never really thought of spraying the tea in daily like when I was spraying the henna tea. Thanks for the idea lol! I’m going to use it for my moisture in place of other spray moisturizers to see how I like it.

          I may end up making some of these products myself (even though I’m mad lazy lol) because I plan to use them regularly and this could get expensive!

          So, I am going to do the henna hair gloss this weekend and likely next. I want to use each twice (already used the cassia twice) so I can compare the two. Stay tuned 🙂

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