Monday, August 12, 2013

Review: Shea Moistire Curling Gel Souffle

Shea Moisture Curling Gel Soufflé
 I’m back again with another Shea Moisture product review, this time focusing on the Curling Gel Souffle. I’ve heard a lot of mixed reviews on this product, and to be honest I’m not sure how I feel about this product because I haven’t used it much. So, this is more of a first impression rather than a full review.

What is it?
This would be considered a gel, and it is also a part of the Coconut and Hibiscus line. It is supposed to help keep away frizz, keep in moisture, and shine.

How do I use it?
You use it as a curl definer. So you can apply it to wet hair and let it dry for a wash and go. Or you can also use it to set your twists, to make sure they are shiny and defined.

What I liked about it:
The smell: it smells just like the Curl Enhancing Smoothie, which I love.
The ingredients: this is an all natural gel, so there is no alcohol or any of those nasty ingedients that are found in regular gel.

What I didn’t like:

A lot of people complain that they don’t like the consistency, and I can understand why. When I first got it, it was not a gel like consistency; it was more of a liquid, and your hands get sticky after using it. However, I came up with a solution.

Tip for making it like a gel:
A few weeks ago there was a heat wave, and I was afraid my hair products would melt because most of them are all natural, so I put them in the fridge. After the heat wave, I took out the curling gel soufflé and when I touched it, it was a gel like consistency!

Would I purchase again?

I’m not sure


  1. Sounds interesting. I love new hair products. I've never heard of curling "souffle"

  2. For best results, layer this with the Curl Enhancing Smoothie. On each twist, put the Smoothie first for moisture, then the Curling Souffle for styling. I like my hair a little more than damp when using these products, because I want a more defined finished product. You'll get better results than using them solo.


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