In Review: Wonder Curl's Get Set Hair Jelly & Get Slick Hair Smoothie

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Get Slick Hair Smoothie
Description: Get Slick Hair Smoothie provides your hair with the benefits of organic coconut oil and organic castor oil. Coconut oil, known for its benefits to skin and hair, is the only oil that penetrates the hair shaft to strengthen. Castor oil, also known for its medicinal properties, protects hair, prevents hair loss and promotes hair growth. Using Get Slick Hair Smoothie will keep your hair looking soft, shiny and strong.

Ingredients: Aloe barbadensis (Organic Aloe) Juice, Organic Castor Oil, Organic Coconut Oil, Distilled Aloe Water, Hydroxyethyl Celloulose, Phenoxyethanol, Acacia Gum, Tetrasodium EDTA, Citric Acid, Fragrance

Cost: 8oz for $13 @ www.WonderCurl.com

Get Set Hair Jelly
Description: Get Set Hair Jelly smooths, soothes and controls frizz without stiffness. Used with organic aloe vera which for many is a miraculous plant. In hair it is used to promote growth and revitalize hair. This jelly is also loaded with pro-vitamin B5 (panthenol) to strengthen your hair. Get Set Hair Jelly keeps your coils looking fresh and fabulous all day.

Ingredients: Aloe, Polyquaternium 7, Panthenol, Vegan Glycerin, Hamamelis Virginiana (Witch Hazel), Citric Acid, Alcohol denatured, Phenoxyethanol, Carbomer, TEA (Triethanolamine),

Cost: 8oz for $15 @ www.WonderCurl.com

My Thoughts: I Love Love Love it!! I wish I was sent the full sized products, because it definitely needs to be added to my stash lol! No worries though I'll be purchasing them very soon. On to the review...
I started off applying the Hair Smoothie to clean wet (not dripping wet) hair in small sections starting from the back. The first thing I noticed about it has a creamy consistency and it's not too thick, which makes easier to distribute through the hair. I expected it to be very oily being that castor oil and coconut oil being #2 and #3 on the ingredient list, but it wasn't oily at all. I then detangled, which I do before braiding each braid to prevent a frizzy and tangled braid out, and applied the Hair Jelly. It looks and feels like most gels, but without the sticky residue feeling afterwards. And just like to Hair Smoothie it had a clean fresh scent, nothing to overly fragrant. I was anxious to see how it would turn out once it dried. I've read some reviews in the past that said because of the witch hazel in the jelly it may cause the hair to feel dry. Here's a few pics of my wet braids...
*note: Twists work better than braids on my bang area since I cut them...I don't know why but they do lol!
I sat under my hooded dryer for about 20 minutes and then cover with a satin bonnet and allowed it to fully dry overnight. In the morning I coated my hands with some Coconut Oil and unraveled the braids and twists...

And this was the look...


Soft. Defined. Shine.
My hair felt great! I was expecting it to be a little stiff but it wasn't...at all! I hardly ever use gels on my hair for braid outs. I only use them for wash and go's and to slick my hair into a low ponytail and I rarely wear those styles. But I'm really digging this Jelly/Smoothie combo!!
I'm currently rocking 3rd day hair thanks to Wonder Curl and it still looks good....What ya'll think??
If interested in these products please visit www.WonderCurl.com and if you would like to see Scarlett's, creator of Wonder Curl, how to pictorial click HERE!

All products or tools reviewed on this blog are always 100% honest and fair to maintain the integrity of Naturally Obsessed. This product was sent to me courtesy of Wonder Curl. I was not paid for this review. For more info please review the Disclosure Policy by clicking HERE or the link located in the side bar. Thx -kkq.

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14 People Obsessing!

  1. Amazing! I'm so tempted to buy this right now, but I'm on that good ol' college budget, lol=oP

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  2. looks very healthy and shiny. your curls look so... plump!

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  3. i definitely bookmarked that page for future references (when I'm 100% natural)

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  4. I forgot to mention...Both products are available in smaller and larger sizes.

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  5. Hey KKQ, do you retwist or braid each night to maintain this look or just leave it loose or what? thanks!

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  6. I second allie's question: How do you maintain such great braid outs??

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  7. @Jessica & @Allie At night I just pull my hair into a loose low pony and cover with a satin wrap. I do retwist my bangs or else they'll be smashed in the morning.

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  8. looks great!!! have u ever done or heard of oil rinsing. If so, have u ever tried it?

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  9. @Mimi No, I've never tried it...explain the process to me.

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  10. from what i've read, you start out by washing your hair with a sulfate free shampoo and rinse it out of course, then you add oil to your hair, preferably a good hair oil like jojoba or castor oil or Amla oil, the oil of your choice. Then you place a shower cap on for about 5-10min or so, then you add conditioner, then you rinse out. It is supposed to super moisturize your hair and give it great shine. It sounds interesting, but I have to do some research on it. But it sounds like a great process to do during the winter months, or when your hair needs that extra TLC.

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  11. here's a link i found

    http://www.blackhairinformation.com/hair-treatments-and-recipes/oil-rinsing-the-holy-grail-of-black-hair-care/

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  12. Thanks for the link @Mimi I'll definitely look into it, it sounds interesting. If I do try it I'll post a review.

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  13. great!!! I'm due for a wash, i think that i'm gonna try it. I'll let u know how it goes.
    (it's still me, Mimi, my name full name is Myriam)

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  14. you're braid out is so pretty. the braid out is well defined and has a nice shine to it. I am 3 months post relaxer. My current transition style is the braid outs done with cornrows. I can't wait until my hair is as lovely as yours.

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