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Fashion & Style Police Reviews Shea Moisture

I am a huge fan of Shea Moisture hair products. I have used them for years since I transitioned to natural hair, and the products have been amazing for my hair. So you can imagine my excitement when I got the opportunity to review some Shea Moisture hair products from the Raw Shea and Cupuacu Frizz Defence range.

I have only used Shea Moisture hair products for Dry and Damaged hair because that was where my hair was at 2 years ago. It was extremely unhealthy and looked horrible. But thanks to Shea Moisture and some other great hair products, my hair is not where it used to be. It is growing at a terrific rate and I am looking to all the things I would do with my natural hair soon.

 

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Shea Moisture Raw Shea and Cupuacu Frizz Defence range

I have fallen in love with the products in this range and I know I will be implementing them into my hair care routine. Here are the product descriptions for each product.

 

Shea Moisture Raw Shea and Cupuacu Frizz Defence Conditioner

Amazonian Cupuaçu Butter, certified organic Raw Shea Butter, Passiflora and Pistachio Oils blend together in a conditioning formula that softens and detangles thick, wavy, protein sensitive hair. Smoothes and shields humidity-prone hair against weather conditions and pollution that can cause frizzy flyaways and poofing.

 

 

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Shea Moisture Raw Shea and Cupuacu Frizz Defence Shampoo

Gently cleanse and hydrate thick, wavy hair with this sulfate-free shampoo, great for protein-sensitive hair. Amazonian Cupuaçu Butter, certified organic Raw Shea Butter, Passiflora and Pistachio Oils blend together in a moisture-replenishing formula that smooths and shields humidity-prone hair against weather conditions and pollution that can cause frizzy flyaways.

 

 

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Shea Moisture Raw Shea and Cupuacu Frizz Defence Styling Gel Cream

This conditioning styling gel provides crunch-free definition and shine with lasting hold to thick, wavy hair. Amazonian Cupuaçu, certified organic Raw Shea Butter, Passiflora and Pistachio Oils blend in a protective formula that smoothes and shields humidity-prone hair against weather conditions and pollution that can cause frizzy flyaways and poofing.

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PROS
  1. The products smell amazing! I can still smell the shampoo and conditioner on my hair, hours after rinsing out.
  2. The shampoo is quite watery, unlike other shampoos I have used. I like the fact that it has a watery texture. I find it easier to apply.
  3. The shampoo and conditioner left my hair feeling very soft, clean, moisturised and tangle free.
  4. I like the fact that the products are sulphate-free.
  5. These products are great for protein sensitive hair.
  6. The packaging is vibrant.
  7. The products are quite affordable at £10.99 each at Boots stores.

 

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CONS

None. I can’t fault this range.

 

I love all three hair products, and I recommend them to anyone dealing with thick, wavy hair. These are the hair products you need to keep your hair soft, shiny and tangle free.

 

What are your thoughts on these Shea Moisture products? Please sound off in the comments section below.

Thanks for reading.

 

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How we can make fashion greener

Recently I found out that the fashion industry is among the top 5 most polluting industries in the world. It never occurred to me that clothing could destroy the ecosystem so bad, yet alone be among the top 5. To be honest, I was shocked!

 

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I’m perfectly aware of the efforts being made by some organizations and some countries in ensuring that companies are environmentally friendly. Some companies have keyed into the importance of protecting the ecosystem. But how about the fashion industry? What measures is the fashion industry putting in place? What are the fashion retailers and designers doing to make fashion greener?

I did quite a bit of digging and found out how we can make fashion greener.

 

Eco-friendly fabrics

What’s fashion without fabric? That is the live wire of the fashion industry. From the production, dying and sewing, you need to have the fabric to make that amazing outfit. Although attempts were made by designers to use other materials like plastic or pieces or metals in their creation, fabric is the most commonly used.

It was only natural for greener fashion to start with eco-friendly fabrics. Science has made it possible to use fruit and vegetable waste as ingredients to produce eco-friendly fibre. Imagine wearing outfits made of apple pulp waste and citrus waste. Some fashion designers have started using those fabrics for their outfits.

A lot can be done in a lab. For instance, scientists have been able to create bio-fabricated leather. Others were able to successfully produce cloth from spider silk. It’s amazing to see how far science has developed.

 

Using recycled materials

I find fashion quite resourceful. While doing my research I came across a fabric called Denimite. This is a recycled material made from polyester, glass and denim. It’s blue just like denim but with an effect that represents marble tiles.

Materials like Denimite are not only eco-friendly, they also helps to encourage recycling culture. It’s quite innovative and Denimite has been used by fashion designers as well. It’s nice to know that it was well-received.

There has been a spur among more manufacturers to recycle other materials to create amazing fabrics for clothing items. Nylon and plastic were used to produce fabric for outdoor gear. There has also been news that synthetic rubber was used to create boots.

 

 

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Properly disposing clothing items

Manufacturers and fashion designers are not the only ones responsible for making fashion greener. We the consumers also have a part to play in making fashion greener.

It was recorded that clothing worth billions of pounds is discarded each year. Sadly, most of those clothes end up in the bin. If you want to safeguard your environment, then you need to do something different.

There are millions of people who are in need of decent clothing. Instead of throwing your old clothes away, you can donate them to people in need. You may also sell your clothes or gift them to someone else.

 

How do you make your fashion greener?

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