So, if you have been following my hair journey lately, you know that I have worn my hair straight a few times in the past couple of months. I experienced extreme dryness and my curl pattern was very stretched. My hair did not want to curl. Deep conditioner and my @qredew have my best friends! I used them religiously 1-2 times a week. Then I trimmed my ends and decided to flat iron my hair again because my hair still wasn’t defined. I used the thermal line from @keracareofficial previously and I was my hair hoping that I had not made it worse. I received the @manyethnicities complete hair care line for adults shortly after compliments of @manyethnicities and @octoly in exchange for an honest review. So I decided to give it a try.
Step 1 Shampoo
The shampoo did not over lather but I only did one round which was good enough to remove gel and old product. My hair was not stripped.
Step 2 Conditioner
The conditioner was nice and very moisturizing. I left it on for 5 minutes then rinsed.
Step 3 Leave-In
Then, you guys, I was knocked off my feet. I started working the leave-in through my hair and it began to detangle. I loved the consistency of the leave-in. I provided tons of lightweight moisture. I took my time and finger coiled my hair and for the first time in a while, my hair cooperated. I did not have to use anything else to style. I did not add gel or oil but my hair held nicely and was not dry. I love this line and will defiantly repurchase and recommend to anyone looking for soft manageable hair with a great healthy, shine.
One of my favorite things about the brand is that it was created by a Chicago physician and working mom, Dr. Ena Hennegan who drew from her experiences as a consumer to create the first premium formulations for multiethnic people.
Some ingredients include:
- hydrolyzed pea protein
They are an e-commerce only brand. The products are made is small batches. Use the code TAKE20 to save 20% on any order. Support small women-owned businesses!