Carol's Daughter can be used on different hair types. Simply depends on the goal. Many of the products are good for curly hair styles and help with maintaining moisture and shine.
answered 2 years, 2 months ago
Yes the brand was designed for the texture of african hair, which tends to be dryer than straight european hair. Considering most women at some piont suffer from damaged dry hair the products in the line will suit women who are concerned with adding more moisture to their hair.
I have fell in love with the hair products and cant live without the body products!
Yes...and no. I am African American, but I've also used "White" products on my hair for years. Still do. Carol's Daughter is designed for those who are tired of stripping their hair with all of those harsh chemicals. It's all natural. It smells great. And my hair has never looked healthier.
answered 4 years, 11 months ago
No. I am African American and have always thought that Carol's Daughter products were primarily made for African Americans. I have recently started wearing my hair in its natural (unprocessed) state, and done extensive research into products that are good for natural hair. I have found that naturally occurring ingredients are good for not only African American hair, but all hair types. Ingredients that are typically found in hair products, like alcohol, sodium lauryl sulphate, formaldehyde, etc. are terrible for the hair, but especially bad for African American hair, which tends to be drier than other textures, these products tend to exacerbate dryness. The products used in Carol's Daughter add moisture to the hair, which can be good for any hair texture. I have also found that Carol's Daughter does not leave heavy product build up, which can weigh down the hair, but more importantly clog the scalp and decrease overall hair strength. Ingredients like Peppermint stimulate the scalp, Vanilla, which is moisturizing, and many other naturally occurring ingredients found in Carol's daughter are good for all hair types.
Lisa Price of Carol's Daughter states that her items are for women of color, but by this she means everyone, as we all have color! African American hair typically craves hydration, and typically should be washed once a week. Her hair care is designed to nourish the hair without stripping of it of its natural oils, so these products typically work well for African American/ textured/ curly hair.
answered 6 years, 10 months ago
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