- Detangling your hair with
- Moisturizing your sets with without disturbing the set pattern
- Moisturizing hair, period
- Use as a leave in conditioner
These are the ways, in my experiences, that this product works best.
It doesn't offer any hold really, so I wouldn't use it as a styling aid. It is definitely best when used to give dry hair moisture.
I really dig that this hair milk isn't a wet milk. It's more like a "solid" yet thin cream so it doesn't make my braid outs, twist outs, roller sets, etc revert when I apply it. I imagine this may be a good moisturizer for straightened hair as well for this exact same reason. Don't know when I'll straighten my hair to test out that last theory of mine. Any of you used this to moisturize on straightened hair? If so, what were your results?