If you’ve been following me for a little while, you’ve probably figured out that I really don’t buy commercial hair products. But, while picking up Yes to Tomatoes for my face (which is working marvelously I might add), I decided to grab this:
On wash day, I misted sections of my hair and applied the Yes to Carrots Hair & Scalp Mud Mask and then braided each section. After all of my hair was braided, I applied Amla oil to my scalp and then sat under my Huetiful Hair Steamer for about 20 minutes.
First, I have to say that I was duly impressed with the mud mask as soon as I put it in my hair. The slip is beyond words and the product is creamier than a smoothie. Think of tapioca pudding without the tapioca pearls.
After steaming, I washed and conditioned, and then proceeded to finish up my routine as usual. The mud mask left my hair incredibly soft. Even the hair in the back of my hair was baby soft and I’ve never been able to do much with that patch of hair if ya’ get my drift. Granted my hair’s been softer than it’s ever been before and my curls were popping by the end of the week, courtesy of my first steam treatment a week ago, I definitely will be incorporating the mud mask treatments in my routine. At $12.99 for an estimated four uses, this will be a treat for my hair.
I also ordered samples of babassu and sapote oils, and tucuma, virgin mango and cupuacu butters from mynaturalbliss.cupuacu Hair Butter, Amazon Hair and Body Butter, MuruMuru Moisture Milk and Sapote Hair Lotion from a tempting little Facebook ad from purabodynaturals. com. Look for reviews in the future!