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Ouidad New Product Review

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I’ve written before about the challenges of growing up with curly hair.  It took me years to find products that worked for my hair type.  All curly hair is different and not all products work for my hair type.  The one product I can not live without is Ouidad Advanced Climate Control Heat & Humidity Gel.  I have been using it for over 18 years.  I’ve tried hundreds of products in between and nothing else works for me.  The only way I can wear my hair down is if I style with Climate Control’s Gel.  Ouidad was nice enough to let me try two of their new products before they even hit the shelves!  This is really exciting to me especially since I am such a fan of Ouidad’s products.  They sent me  Ouidad Advanced Climate Control Heat Humidity Gel Stronger Hold and Ouidad Advanced Climate Control Restore + Revive Bi-Phase.  I wasn’t sure what to expect but I love the results!!!

Below are pics of my hair throughout the day…(I am obviously not an experienced selfie taker.  Some are selfies and some are taken by my 10 year old!)

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In the morning

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Late afternoon and still good!

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Clipped on the side and lovin it!

If you check out the video below it will explain a little about the technique you should be using when styling with either of the Climate Control gels.  Believe it or not that is what I do every time I style my hair.  It gets easier especially since I’ve been doing it for 20 years!  I’m a pro now.

My hair is very thick so it soaks up every product I use.  I have to use a lot in order for my hair to not get frizzy.  Ouidad Advanced Climate Control Heat Humidity Gel Stronger Hold was kind of amazing.  It seemed a little thicker to me but still a clear gel.  I didn’t have to use as much when I styled my hair.  It really coated every strand.  As much as I love the regular Heat Humidity Gel, I have to use a lot of it.  And when I style my hair it looks good, but half way into the day I always tie it back because it gets unruly or frizzy.  Keep in mind I live in Florida where it is hot and humid most of the year…  I am not lying when I say I was able to wear my hair down all day and it did not get frizzy.  It was 85 degrees and we had rain showers!  Ouidad also sent me the Ouidad Advanced Climate Control Restore + Revive Bi-Phase.  It is strong-hold hair mist that controls curls.  Because of my curly hair I wash my hair every other day.  This product was great to refresh curls  late in the day or the next day.  You spray it on the curls and scrunch them to nourish and hydrate the curls.  It’s perfect for the curls that tend to get frizzy.  On me, that is the underneath layer.  I really love this product as well. You do not have to use a lot.  Just for a touch up here and there.

Click HERE for the V.I.P. PRE-SALE: 20% OFF the new Stronger Hold Heat & Humidity Gel and Restore + Revive Bi-Phase Promo code: PRESALE20

Here are a few other items and products that will help when styling your curly hair:

Shampoo⇒ Curl Quencher® Moisturizing Shampoo

Conditioner⇒ Curl Quencher® Moisturizing Conditioner

Love it also.  I use it as a detangler when I get out of the shower.  ⇒ Botanical Boost® Curl Energizing & Refreshing Spray

Hair Spray⇒ Finishing Mist Setting & Holding Spray

Wide-Tooth Comb– I have one in the shower to comb my hair while the conditioner is in it and one when I get out of the shower to comb the detangler through.

Curl Clips-I use them to clip my hair in sections when I am styling it and to keep the roots raised when I am air drying it.

Diffuser-Wouldn’t attempt to dry my hair without it!

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