Product Review: Locks in Goodness Hair Smoothie and Hair Gel

*PR samples.

Hey Hair styling lovers! We have another product review post for your reading pleasure. I came across this amazing brand – Locks in Goodness some weeks ago and we have been busy trying the Locks in Goodness Hair Smoothie and Hair Gel from the brand. We are forever trying out new products here. I enjoy reviewing products and telling you all about them. Which is why I was super thrilled to have discovered this new hair styling brand. I tried the Locks in Goodness Hair Smoothie and Hair Gel on my daughter’s hair and I have carried on using the styling products on her hair since then. We really like them.

The Natural Hair Smoothie is a leave-in conditioner. It also detangles the hair. The Natural Hair Gel is great for styling the hair. It can be used for spiking, fixing, shaping and keeping hairstyles in place.

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Here are our thoughts on these hair products –

PROS
  1. I love the colourful packaging. My daughter loved the packaging too!
  2. Both products smell amazing.
  3. The hair products are 100% natural, organic, vegan and eco-friendly with no nasty ingredients.
  4. I love that the products help to repel nits and lice.
  5. A little goes a long way with both products.
  6. The hair smoothie works great as a leave in conditioner. It leaves the hair soft and very easy to manage.
  7. The hair gel is great for styles that need an extra hold. It works great.
CONS

None.

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Locks in Goodness Hair Smoothie and Hair Gel are great products for styling your little ones hair. There are no cons with both products. I can see myself using both products on my daughter’s hair over and over again. They work so well on her hair.

What do you think of these hair products for kids? Have you heard of this brand before?

 

There is a Huge Gap in the Hair Care Industry for Women of Colour

I have noticed a trend with haircare brands. Some of them start off with catering to natural hair for women of colour, but along the way, they start popping up on the high street and catering to every hair type. I know it all boils down to making as much profit as possible and this is easily done when you are on the high street and caring for all hair types. But the reality of the matter is, we all have different hair types. Women of colour tend to have dry, coarse, brittle hair, and there are even still different hair types among women of colour. So using haircare products created for “everyone” doesn’t really work for our type of hair. Which is why it is super frustrating that our hair type is pretty much overlooked in the hair industry. You just need to read interviews like this one on Forbes to get the full picture.

 

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Creating a Haircare Range for Women of Colour

There is a huge gap in the market for haircare products for women of colour. The kind of hair oils and creams I need to keep my hair soft, shiny and healthy are not what I can easily pick up on the high street. Certain ingredients won’t work on my kind of hair and some may even damage it altogether. I have been thinking of creating some haircare products specially for natural afro hair. Over the years, I have used all sorts of haircare products and many of them were not great for my hair type (I am a 4C). Which is why I decided to start creating my own hair oils and creams. I am still working on the potions and testing them out. So it is still all a work in progress. I love the fact that I am able to create and I am looking forward to what the future brings.

Now to the main question behind this post; What is your main hair concern? Is it growth, dryness, texture? What do you think about the huge gap in the haircare industry for women of colour? Do tell.

 

 

 

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