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My Devacurl Faves - From a Curly Hair Expert

Excuse how basic this post looks, please.

Here are links to all my faves - I will have commentary and info posted soon, but I promised I would post these for those of you who have been asking!  I've created an amazon affiliate account, so when you buy through these links, it's still the same low price for you and I get a small % as an affiliate. I'm cool with this, and I hope you are as well. <3 emoji.="" face="" five="" high="" kiss="" nbsp="" p="">

Frizz free Volumizing Foam - it's not cho mamma's mousse. :D


 

I also like Devacurl Supercream - I will post a video shorty explaining WTF is actually is, because, ladies, I hear you. This has been referred to as the mystery product of the century bc I've been hearing people tell me that no one is giving them a good explanation of what it actually does, other than that they should buy it.



The Decadence is my fave, though, it works great as a conditioner, and also as a leave it filler - which I consider a non negotiable  must have (filler), the Decadence is the creamiest, so anyone with 2/a 2/b curls, but like the regular one condition or the delight better - but if you want conditioner from devacurl and you're 2c and up, I'd say there's an 80% chance you will like this one.




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