Another product I had picked up at the Toronto Natural Hair & Beauty Show and was excited to try (for you, not because I’m a product junkie) was the Taliah Waajid Curl Sealer. I had heard a lot about this product line, and for some reason never picked it up before when I’ve seen it. So when the girl at To The Root stall suggested it after I asked what she’d used on her twist out…. And here we are!
It’s always a great sign when the first ingredient listed is water – the hair and body’s best moisturizer. It also contains glycerine, polyquaternuim 10 and peg 14, polyquaternium 37, dmdm hydantoin, yarrow extract, jua extract, lemon extract, wild mint extract, soap bark extract, polysorbate 20, fragrance.
It is very light and not at all sticky. It has the consistency of a gel.
It smells like yummy lemon and leaves your hair smelling clean. Actually, the smell kind of reminds me of 7-up.
How I used it
I washed and deep conditioned my hair (using my Huetiful as always) then applied Earthtones Hair Butter for added moisture. I then applied a small amount of the Taliah Waajid Curl sealer to each section then two-strand twisted and bantu-knotted.
The curl definition definitely held better than some other products I have tried. My hair tends not to hold any definition very easily, so I started using this product while being very wary it would work. I was pleasantly surprised! It also didn’t leave my hair feeling heavy and “gunky” which of course was also nice. I like to use this in between washes to retwist.
I’ve seen it online for around $8 USD, and I got it at the hair show for $10CAD. Many retailers carry it
Have you used this product or any Taliah Waajid products? What did you think?