Unless you have extremely thick & curly & dry hair I would not suggest it
its very light... depending on how much you want to use... dont over use tho a little bit goes a looooong way
I'd avoid the pomendes & the hair honey. Try the hair butters or the leave in conditoners.
answered 4 years, 2 months ago
Yes, Yes, Yes. This can be used on "caucasian" hair. For years I've tried products advertised by and for women with straight fine hair, as if it's the only hair type out there... then I tried shampoos & styling products (again geared towards caucasians) for 'curly' hair - never finding anything that worked. I started looking into the sections of the retail stores for non-caucasian hair products and what I was reading was exactly what I'd been looking for! I tried the Ojon line and was disappointed in most of the products, or maybe they just werent for me..Then @ Sephora I saw the Carol's daughter line & I'd heard great things. I've loved every product I've tried & they all smell fabulous!!
answered 4 years, 6 months ago
As far as "working on Caucasian hair" to make it healthy, maybe. But all i can say is that I have Caucasian hair, and I have tried this and it was just heavy and greasy looking on my hair. It weighed my hair down and made it look like I had residue in it. So, if u do wanna use it, i would do it when u know no one will see you. I can't really comment on if it'll work either because after seeing how it made my hair look and feel, I stopped using it. I would def. say that this is something for African American hair only.
answered 4 years, 8 months ago
Hi, this product is wonderful. Yes, it is heavy but you do not need to add too much. If you put a little bit onto your palm, rub your hands together and add it to your hair when your hair is either wet or damp, it will dry beautifully. If the product does not work, then Carol's daughter line has many other hair products that work really well on your hair type! I hope this helped.
answered 4 years, 9 months ago