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We Tested Coco & Eve’s Like A Virgin Hair Masque

“My wash days always feel like an extreme sport but this experience was easier than normal. First, I shampooed my hair paying close attention to my leave-out and scalp, and removed any dried gel and mousse products. After I rinsed, I clipped my leave-out away and cleansed my extensions with L’Oréal Curl Professionnel Moisturizing Shampoo, $25.20, then separated my curls (this took a long time). While damp, I went straight in with the hair mask. At first impressions, it smelled gorgeous, like summer and tropical beach vacations. The mask’s consistency wasn’t too thick (lighter than what I’m used to) and glided straight through my hair, making it easy for me to go in with my Denman D3 brush, $21.95, and define my curls. I typically hate detangling my hair but this hair mask made the process far easier. I popped on a shower cap and luxuriated for 10 minutes to allow the mask to work its magic. After I rinsed, my hair felt soft and looked shiny and silky. Before the mask, the ends of my hair were brittle and bushy, yet now my curls are super-defined and soft. I’m very impressed. I added a curl cream (Mielle Coil Custard, $12.99, to my leave-out and Christophe Robin Luscious Curl Cream, $19.20, throughout) plus gel to keep my curls defined all day and blend with my extensions. I then diffused my hair to about 70% dry. My hair is bouncy and flowy and looks significantly more vibrant. I do wonder how it would fair on my natural ’fro (4A-4B) as I tend to prefer heavy-duty masks for extra moisture, especially after a protective style. Still, I’d recommend!”

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