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Product Review: SheaMoisture Palm Oil & Cocoa Butter Range

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I am a huge fan of SheaMoisture hair products and you would know this if you have been reading my product reviews posts. SheaMoisture products are my go-to haircare products. I have used them since I started the natural hair journey and my experience with the brand has been amazing. When an opportunity came for me to review this SheaMoisture Palm Oil & Cocoa Butter Range, I took it with my both hands. The SheaMoisture Palm Oil & Cocoa Butter Range consists of three products.

 

RED PALM OIL & COCOA BUTTER RINSE OUT OR LEAVE IN CONDITIONER

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This conditioner works great as a rinse-out or leave-in. It is fantastic for curly, coily and shrinkage-prone hair. My 4C coily hair shrinks a whole lot, which is really annoying. So this conditioner will be put to good use. I am loving it so much already. The blend of Cocoa Butter and Palm Oil is amazing because it is rich in antioxidants. The Flaxseed Oil helps combat shrinkage, maximising the length of the hair. This SheaMoisture hair conditioner also enhances my curls in a beautiful way.

 

RED PALM OIL & COCOA BUTTER DETANGLING SHAMPOO

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This detangling shampoo is the real deal. My 4C hair is prone to tangling so having a shampoo to deal with that is great. This shampoo is great for detangling the hair, leaving it clean, shiny and tangle free. It is now one of my favourite hair shampoos. The combination of the ingredients are just too good.

 

RED PALM OIL & COCOA BUTTER SHINE BUTTER

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This Reshaping Shine Butter with Flaxseed Oil is great for softening and reshaping hair styles for the curly/coily hair. It is lightweight and moisturising. It is also very easy to use to create various hair styles.

 

PROS
  1. The range is quite affordable. I will be linking to the Amazon pages for those interested in buying.
  2. The packaging is quite attractive. The bright colour was the first thing that caught my eye.
  3. I love the ingredients in all the products. They are great for my 4C hair.
  4. The products leave my hair clean, soft, shiny and tangle free.
  5. I love the fact that it has an anti-shrinkage formulae. My hair shrinks after every wash, so being able to retain the length is important to me.
  6. The products smell good.
  7. I love the fact that the SheaMoisture products are Sulfate free.
  8. The range is great for the following hair types – 3A, 4A, 3B, 4B, 3C, 4C.

 

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CONS

None.

 

I love this SheaMoisture Red Palm Oil & Coco Butter Range a lot. You can shop the range below –

 

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Which Dress Styles Best Suit Dancing?

So, you love to dance. When the music comes on, you feel the beat instantly and you know you are going to be spending a good portion of your time at any party on the dance floor.
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If you are a solid dancer and someone who likes to learn and pull the moves, then it’s important you wear the right things that give you adequate room and comfort to move as your body desires.

In this article, we will suggest some of the most popular dress styles so you can choose the most practical and gorgeous prom dress style that suits a dancing queen. To get you started, there is a huge selection of the latest red prom dresses for 2020. Checking out Peaches Boutique will give you a great idea of what is out there no matter what kind of budget you have or style you love.

Which Dress Styles Best Suit Dancing?
Dresses With A Shorter Hemline

Shorter hem lines are perfect for those who love to dance. You have less to work with compared to longer gowns and you instantly feel more freedom to move around.

Flared Prom Gowns

Flared prom gowns that tend to be more fitted at the top half and feature a looser, fuller skirt at the bottom will give you the ultimate freedom. Then you can move your legs any way they want without restriction or having to think of what your dress is doing.

Choose Something Less Restrictive

Fitted prom gowns look stunning but if they are longer, they can make things a little trickier on the dance floor.

Sleeveless/Strapless Prom Dresses

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Strapless prom dresses will give your arms the chance to move around as you wave your hands in the air like you just don’t care. So think about staying away from longer sleeves unless they are lose fitting. Basically, you don’t want anything that is too restrictive to limit your movement on the dancefloor as soon as the music hits.

Don’t Forget About Footwear

What shoes you wear are essentially the most important part of your outfit, if you are looking at it from a dancing perspective. You want shoes that are comfortable enough for you to dance in for hours so if you are planning to wear heels, then you should be used to wearing them. If not, and you want to make an entrance, then it’s a great idea to bring a spare pair of shoes so you can make the switch.

Secured Straps

Sturdy straps are great for vigorous dancing without having to constantly be readjusting and supporting the bust. Halter necks and off the shoulder are also suitable for great coverage if you are dancing the night away.

These are all great things to look out for when you’re searching for dancing outfits for prom that help you feel comfortable and look your best.

 

 

 

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