This is the third Ouidad hair product I’ve had the privilege to review. I’m still not sure how to pronounce Ouidad. Is it wee-dad? The girl who cut my hair last wasn’t familiar with this brand so I doubt my salon sells it – but I don’t know why they wouldn’t… these Ouidad products have been great!
And, I’m not paid to talk about these products, I just have a “connection” who sends them to me to try out and talk about on my blog. I don’t have to give a positive review 🙂 . I am using my Amazon affiliate link too.
So this Whipped Curls? It’s totally like a can of whipped cream (do not eat it! 🙂 ). Sorry my pic isn’t better, but the can and spout are shaped like a can of whipped cream. The cream is thick and luscious and smells so so wonderful! A little is all you need – even for long thick hair like mine.
I don’t usually do much with my hair. It’s thick, long and naturally curly. What makes a BIG difference is having the “right” cut. I picked the right “do” in October – my most recent salon visit. I only get my hair professionally cut about 2-4 times a year. I usually chop at it myself during the in-between times.
Here’s an action-shot for you: trying to take a picture while drying my hair. I just have an old hair dryer, not a diffuser. I don’t use a curling iron either. I blow my hair dry wild-like… so not the way my hair stylists do. Oh well.
Up till a certain point I was trying to take all the pictures myself – but, my arms aren’t super duper long so I recruited my husband’s help for the rest.
Oh, and it was the day of the big OSU vs. MU game – GO BUCKS! (They won!) I’m not all that into sports but I do like a good rivalry and I try to be a little supportive – see, I wore my OSU sweats 🙂 .
I try to go 1-3 days between washing my hair. I also almost never-ever use a hairbrush – just a hair pick or my fingers. My curls do stretch out after a day or so and I like the thinner look with this cut. Unfortunately, I don’t have a good flat iron for my thick hair anymore (it fell apart). Usually I wear a ponytail or head band.
It just took a little bit of Whipped Curls the day I washed my hair and the next day my hair looked just as good without adding anything else to it. I might just have on some hairspray on the “next day” pictures.
How to use Whipped Curls: You can use it on dry hair or wet. After shampooing as a primer before you dry and style or in shower as a conditioner that you rinse out after 3-5 minutes.
You can buy Ouidad Whipped Curls: Daily Conditioner & Styling Primer for All Textures on Amazon here.
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