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DevaCurl Set It Free







Spray on styled curls - on wet for extra hold, on dry to soften cast, tame frizz/flyaways.

Some curlies like to use it as a secondary step in morning refreshing, adding after BB or OcMilk.

Tip: Spray into hands and then scrunch into hair.  Smooth around hairline if necessary.

Beeswax and Olive Oil make this Spray on taming and moisture locking lotion a tad heavy for some curls - if you feel it weighs down your curls, try using less before confirming it's not for you.  Remember, not all products work fabulously on everyone. One person's "changed my life" product, could be another person's "NEXT!!".


The Curl Girl
Tampa, Fl
Florida's Curly Hair Expert
Florida's First Curly Hair Salon

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