review: oyin handmade hair dew

Trying new products is essential to know which products are the best for your curls. This is why I’m always looking for great new products. One of these products is the Oyin Handmade Hair Dew. Keep on reading to see my results and to read my thoughts on it.

What type of product is it?

On the bottle is says it’s a hair dew – a daily hair quenching lotion. Ok, so a a non-native English speaker I had no clue as to what type of products it’s supposed to be. However if you continue to read the description it becomes clear that it’s actually a light conditioner that can also be used a a leave-in.

Oyin Handmade Hair Dew

Almost every curly can give the Oyin Handmade Hair Dew a try

Who should give it a try?

Depending on how much moisture your curls need, you can either use this products as you daily conditioner (which is what I did), as a leave-in or to restyle your curls on non-washing days. I suppose that this product is also great for curlies with fine hair, because it’s a light conditioner. So all in all, this means that actually almost every curly can give this great product a try!

What I liked and didn’t like about it

Let me start by telling you what I liked about it: of course the results. I love how it gets my curls to look frizz-free, but still voluminous at the same time! Also, it left me with soft curls that I could easily finger-comb.

Oyin Handmade Hair Dew

It has left my curls pretty much frizz-free

Actually, the only thing I don’t really like about it is its smell. I can’t even describe the smell itself, but I just don’t like it. However, that’s not too bad, because I completely wash out this product.

How I used the Oyin Handmade Hair Dew

I used it to comb and moisturize my curls at the same time. To get a better slip, I constantly rewet my curls and also used some of the Curl Junkie Smoothing Lotion to be able to better detangle my curls. When my curls were knot-free, I completely washed out both products. I then finished my styling with the Kinky Curly Curling Custard.



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