Blueberry Bliss Winter Wash & Go

My staple, go-to hair style is the wash and go. It's simple, quick and gives me a beautiful bouncy full fro. I have used alot of different curly hair products over the years...but I think I have found my staple products for 2016.

I am not new to Curls products, I am a huge lover of their Curls Souffle. They also have some great conditioners and their Pure Curls shampoo is the best clarifying product I have used....

They have a new line out called the Blueberry Bliss collection, which I have seen circulating the YouTube waves and had a chance to try them. Yep... Rachy is a fan!

So lets start with the Blueberry Bliss Reparative Leave-in Conditioner. Repair, restore and condition your overworked tresses. ..that sounds like a winner for my hair.

The key ingredients are Coconut, grapeseed oil, mango butter and blueberry extract, I have used these all separately (except the blueberry..sounds so messy) on my hair so I know it could be a winner....

Now the Blueberry element was a bit of a side eye for

Blueberries help to stimulate the growth of hair due to the presence of the chemicals proanthocyanidins.Why Does It WorkHair is composed of dead cells called keratin. Hair growth occurs when the dead cells are pushed out by the hair follicles because of the production of new cells. It occurs in three stages – growth or anagen, cessation or catagen, and rest or telogen. Proanthocyanidins, chemicals found in blueberries, stimulate hair growth by accelerating the transition from telogen to anagen
The number one product I need to achieve a great wash n go, is a leave-in conditioner. It is the foundation to moisturised hair and curl definition. A great leave-in conditioner can take your hair from flat to full and fab. Now for me, a great leave-in conditioner has to be thick and creamy, because that is what my hair loves and responds well to.

What I love about the Blueberry Bliss Reparative Leave-in Conditioner is that is spreads very easily, a little definately goes a long way. The smell is gives my hair great moisture and it leave my hair soft.

The next step to my wash and go routine is a styler then a gel.... well I found a 2 in 1!! That means, less time, less product and less money (gotta save the coins) 
The Blueberry Bliss Curl Control Jelly is my new favourite combo styler. In the winter I layer my products so I will use a leave-in conditioner then a styler such a pudding or smoothie and then a gel. With this product I just need to add it on top of my leave-in conditioner.

The Blueberry Bliss Curl Control Jelly doesn't leave your hair hard and crunchy, so there is no need to scrunch out the crunch with oil. It does not flake, which is a huge bonus as I have had some major flakage (new word) in the past with gels and jelly products....and once again it smells AMAZING!!

The third product I have is the Blueberry Bliss Curl Control Paste, an edge control product I have heard a lot about. Curls has a Passion Fruit Curl Control Paste that I previously has a sample of, but didn't get a chance to use because it magically disappeared in my house aka my sister took it, so I was excited to try this one out. Let me tell you, the hype is real!

I am not a regular user of edge control products, because it isn't a key part of my routine, and my edges don't need to constantly be laid....but when I want to look cute and pull my hair back in a nice bun, the Blueberry Bliss Curl Control Paste is a great choice. 

I am thoroughly impressed with these products and will be looking out for the other pieces within the line to experiment with. 

Have you tried any products from the Curls Blueberry Bliss collection? What are your thoughts?

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 Retail items are found at Target stores and select Walmart, Walgreens, CVS, Rite Aid and Sally Beauty Supply Stores. The Blueberry Bliss Curl Control Paste is exclusive to Target Stores and the Blueberry Bliss Twist N Shout is found at Target and Rite Aid Stores.
The New Reparative Leave In Conditioner is available at and will be made available to Target stores on January 24th. 

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