Review: Curly Hair Solutions Curl Keeper

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I am a curly head. Naturally curly. All of my life I had frizzy, cotton candy hair. It was the bane of my existence. People pitied me with my wild, unruly hair.
When I hit my late twenties, I decided enough was enough. I searched the internet for information, and learned of Curl Keeper. It is a hair serum to control frizz. It smooths your curls, so that instead of cotton candy I have smooth clumps of curls curling together. It makes my hair feel soft, and even look a bit shinier.
For those who avoid them, this is silicone free and rinses easily out of your hair. The ingredients are DI Water, PVP Copolymer, Propylene Glycol, Hydroxyethyl Cellulose, Glycerin, Oleth-20, DMDM Hyndantoin, Fragrance, and Polyquaternium-10.
It is clear and odorless. It is quite slippery feeling. It has no hold, so you will need to use a gel or hair spray with this (I prefer gel). I apply this after the shower while my hair is still wet. I put some gel over this, and then plop my hair for about 20 minutes (plopping is putting your hair up on your head to dry it, so as to give volume to the roots while not disturbing the curls).
My Hair Using Curl Keeper
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This stuff is truly amazing. Hands down the best hair serum I have ever tried. I have been buying it for about 4 years now. It costs $42 per liter at Curl Mart. I know that seems like a lot, but if you figure out the liter cost of the serum at the drugstore this is a good deal. Plus, if you sign up for their newsletter you can buy during sales (I buy during sales).
My Recommendation: Try it!
  • Liss

    Oh wow! You're beautiful and your hair is stunning, I can definitely see how such wonderfully tight curls could be frizzy without something to help. Love it! Sadly I doubt you can get it in the UK because I have a couple of friends who'd be able to put this to really good use.

  • Leticia


    Even in the US it is hard to find. I can't even get it locally. I order it online.