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DevaCurl Styling Cream

What it is: An award-winning, botanically infused styling cream that conditions, enhances, and defines curls. What it does: This conditioning cream provides natural hold and humidity-resistance and leaves curls moisturized and frizz-free. A 2012 winner of the "Nylon Magazine Beauty Hit List," it is made with jojoba and wheat protein, panthenol, and hops, and is especially well-suited for Botticelli and corkscrew curls. For added definition and lift, follow with DevaCurl Spray Gel to roots and crown. What it is formulated WITHOUT:- Parabens- Sulfates - Phthalates What else you need to know:This product does not contain drying forms of alcohol.
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Amount of product
How much are you supposed to use in relation to hair length? The sample is such a large size I don't know if that means you need a lot or if it just has many uses in it.
asked 3 months, 3 weeks ago
Adari
(Windsor, Omtario)
on Styling Cream
7 answers
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answer 1
When I first used this I had shoulder length hair and I used about a quater size. But I do have a LOT of SUPER thick hair.
answered 3 weeks, 4 days ago
Natalie08
(Milwaukee, WI)
answer 2
I think it's a very large sample to let you try it out and see if you like it. I have the sample right now too, and when I tried it, I used a large dollop about the size of five quarters stacked (because that's how much came out when I squeezed). I have medium-thickness chest-length wavy hair. When I saw how much came out, I freaked out a little, but thought what the hey, and tried it out anyways, and smoothed it all through my hair, focusing on the tips and center areas, and smoothing some on the top to control frizz. It worked out great! The hold isn't very strong in this cream, and my curls were fluffy and smooth, touchable, with no crunch. They were nourished like with a leave-in conditioner. If you have shorter hair, you won't need as much of course, but if you have longer hair, you'll appreciate how much came in that sample! I bet I could get 6 or 7 uses out of this sample, pretty generous!
answered 1 month, 3 weeks ago
pacificaperfset
(Atlanta, GA)
answer 3
I use about a nickel size on the front area, and a nickel size on the back area of my head. BUT, I use this product in conjunction with another Devacurl gel, so I use a bit less, and use this for additional hold and softness of my curls. The combination seems to work really well. Oh, and a little either flexible hold hair spray from deva to finish it so curls stay in tact. Hope this helps.
answered 2 months, 3 weeks ago
CGHK
(NY, NY)
answer 4
The sample I received was extremely generous...I was able to get 3 full uses out of it for long (well past shoulder-length) hair.
answered 2 months, 3 weeks ago
carlotta
(Crozet, VA)
answer 5
you need a good amount. i would use that whole sample size on my fine, curly hair (longer than shoulder length).
answered 3 months ago
kashi
(Santa Barbara, CA)
answer 6
In my opinion, it's always trial and error depending on your hair type..
If you have fine hair be very careful! Maybe you can try it out on a day that you don't have to go out just in case you get too much.. I have very thick hair and used the entire sample.. Good luck! ;)
answered 3 months, 3 weeks ago
MoniStarrC
(Charleston, WV)
answer 7
I have fine wavy hair. The sample is very generous and I got 6 uses out of it. My hair is layered and just past my chin. Smell is great and leaves your hair without that waxy feeling that many styling products have. If your hair is longer and thicker you will still get at least 4 uses. I am now on my second purchase of this cream and will continue to buy. Love it!
answered 3 months, 3 weeks ago
sexysenior
(Lowell, MA.)
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For straight hair?
I have thick stick straight hair and it seems like no matter what I do, it won't hold a curl. Would this product help with that?
asked 8 months ago
LyssaAsh
(Ft. Collins, CO)
on Styling Cream
5 answers
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answer 1
It might, if you put this in your hair, let it dry, and then use a heat-curling tool like rollers or an iron. My sister has super-straight hair and she always got it to curl by spraying her hair with hairspray first, then using an iron. This product has a weaker hold than hairspray (great for naturally wavy hair), so using the Ultra Defining Gel might be a better bet.
answered 1 month, 3 weeks ago
pacificaperfset
(Atlanta, GA)
answer 2
No, I don't think this would help straight hair to hold a curl.
answered 5 months, 1 week ago
molasses99
(Gaithersburg, MD)
answer 3
I don't think so. This is a styling cream FOR curly hair.
answered 7 months ago
Julesxxxooo
(Boston, MA)
answer 4
These products are not suited at all for non-curly or wavy hair. I think it would probably just weigh your hair down. They're actually formulated for specific types of curls, and this product is for use on very curly, Shirley Temple type of curls. Maybe trying a curling iron with the right setting spray to keep the curl would be a better option.
answered 7 months ago
addy47
(Chicago, IL)
answer 5
Do Not Know. Get your hands on a sample. The samples are very generous.
Give it a go. I am in love with it. I have straight hair that curls easily. Just get that generous sample. Good luck.
answered 8 months ago
brencan
(Larkspur, CA)
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