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Review – Curlisto Structura Lotion

22 Oct

Now that my hair is longer and growing, I decided it may be better to stop fighting my natural waves.

I used to go virtually product free, other than leave in conditioner or oil.  However, my hair still frizzed, and my waves were weird and wonky.

I decided I to try a styling tool aimed to shape curls instead of working against it. I saw Curlisto Structura Lotion on Birchbox. Since I had enough points to score it without actually spending any cash, I bought it.

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From Birchbox:

Birchbox Breakdown

Just because you like a little structure doesn’t mean you have to be a complete stiff. This alcohol-free lotion defines waves and curls without stiffness and fights the never-ending fight against humidity to help reduce frizz.

How it Works

A host of ingredients work to create smooth, bouncy waves and curls, including hydrolyzed soy protein, which conditions and strengthens strands, and panthenol, which prevents breakage and improves hair’s pliability.

My thoughts

I work this in and air dry my hair.  I honestly can’t be bothered to put in additional effort in the morning.  I scrunch it into my hair.

Results?

Frizz-less and static-less wavy hair.  It’s not stiff, it smells nice, and it helps your style to hold.  When I did curl my hair, the curl held really really REALLY well.

I like that it also sort works as a leave in treatment since it’s made with soy protein.

It comes in a spray or regular bottle, and it ranges from $15-$18 USD.

Will I repurchase?

Probably, unless something even better comes along.

Have you tried Curlisto?  What did you think?

~Anna

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