Absolutely. The ingredients in Carol's Daughter's products are not geared towards ethnicity, they are formulated according to hair type. i.e. dry, oliy, coarse, fine, permed, relaxed, etc. CD ingredients are the same plant based derivatives you find in Aveda products and other high end hair care formulations that target Caucasian consumers. The market (all ethnicities) is demanding manufacturers move from the heavy, synthetic chemicals to more eco-friendly, natural products. Just make certain you purchase the formulation suited to your hair type. It sounds like you do deal with dryness, so Carol's Daughter more oil/fat based shampoos and conditioners will be ideal for you. And, if you catch Lisa Price (Carol's Daughter) on HSN or QVC, you will hear the testimonials of Caucasian women who successfully use the line. I think you will love the Tui Shampoo and Tui leave-in spray conditioner. Wonderful and smell great! Have fun experimenting. If it doesn't work, return the products for a full-refund. Sephora is wonderful at minimizing any discomfort you may feel during a merchandise return transaction!
answered 4 years, 2 months ago
It's for all hair types but make sure you test them to find the one that works for you. Each product works diff depending on the hair. I am in love with certain products by this brand and others are just so not for me.
answered 4 years, 5 months ago
(Los Angeles, CA)
CD products are for all hair types. I would try it to see if your hair likes it.
answered 5 years, 2 months ago
(Ithaca, New York)