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Andrea Reviews CURLS

By January 27th, 202124 Comments

Andrea Reviews CURLS
Hey Nikki,

I am having such GREAT results with my Curls products that I had to share! In June I purchased CURLS Goddess Glaze and a few samples of the Geles’c, Coconut Sublime Conditioner, and Quenched Curls Moisturizer. The Goddess Glaze is my ABSOLUTE favorite styling product. I finally have my daily styling routine down..and it’s only 4 products!! To get all of these looks I co-washed with my favorite conditioner (HH, Tresesmme Curls, or Pantene Curls) and rinsed 90% of the conditioner out. I personally just don’t like the build up on my scalp. I then put these products on:

1. Infusium 23 Leave In
2. EVOO: about a quarter size to each side…work through hair
3. Lustrasilk Sheabutter + Mango- a scoop on each side and finger comb it through
4. CURLS Goddess Glaze: About 4 pumps on each side…depends on the day

and TA-DA!! MY hair looked amazing the whole summer. I got so many compliments when I went out and people kept touching my curls. =D

I was not a fan of the Geles’c…it made my hair feel like straw, but curlies on YouTube rave about it!! So I guess it just depends. I am planning to buy the CURLS Milkshake to replace the Lustrasilk….I’ll let you know how that goes!!

Hope this helps!

Andrea Reviews CURLSAndrea Reviews CURLS

Have you tried the CURLS line? What did you think?


  • Anonymous says:

    I absolutely looooooove curly q milkshake and gel les c on my 3c hair. Theses are the only products that I have used since my big chop that don't leave my hair crunchy or leave flaky residue. I was in love with JC condition and sculpt until gel les c came along.

  • Unknown says:

    I just tried this line for the first time 2 days ago. My hair is a mix of 3c/4a/4b. Right now, I am HATING this line. I used the pure shampoo (25% of the bottle), which did not suds up and really made my hair dry and unclean. I ended up having to shampoo with Sulfur 8 shampoo and then the Curls Cream Shampoo. Afterwords, I used the Coconut Sublime Conditioner and mixed it with Hot 6 oil to help seal the moisture in. I rinsed and then used Quench Moisturizer followed by the Souffle. After more Hot 6 oil to my scalp, I twisted my hair and tied it down for bed. The next day my scalp and hair felt so dry. Everyday since washing it I have had to put in Souffle, oil and Quench twice daily to combat the dryness. The products aren't making my hair softer than the other products I used, so, unless my hair starts behaving better soon, I won't reorder when I run out. Just my take. My mom is going to try the whipped cream sample kit and let me know how she likes it. I will probably try Qhemet Biologics next.

  • Xena says:

    The Curls line is the only line of products so far that seem to work for my hair. (3C/4A curls) My favourites are the Coconut Sublime Conditioner, Hair tea conditioner and the Curls Souffle.
    The Curls Souffle is the only curl cream that defines and holds my curls without the crunchiness.

  • Femme Fatale et Noire says:

    The line works for my hair (3c-4a, some 4b). I love the Milkshake and Souffle. I'm on the fence with Gel-les'c. I love the deep conditioner as well.

  • CakedUp says:

    I use to use CURLS all the time. I gald that we finally are talking about it on here. I use the baby's line on my daughter's hair all the time. I don't plan on using anything else for a while on her. I use to use the milkshake and conditioner, however money got a little tight so I started to use Herbal Essence. My hair is so dry now. I don't remember it being this dry before…I may go back to the Curls but I don't know yet.

  • Unknown says:

    It is really good to know about her experience for Curls.After reading this post about her experience for curls now I also want to curl my hair.Thanks..

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  • Anonymous says:

    I've used virtually every product within the line. My hair is 3C and 4A Here are my thoughts:

    Clarifying Shampoo – stripped my hair of moisture

    Cleansing Shampoo – It's drying.

    Coconut Sublime Condish – Nice. My hair was soft and it smells divine

    Curls Gel'es C – HATED IT. It made my hair hard as bricks

    Quenched Curls – Not very moisturizing. I usually add coconut oil to it for more moisture

    Curls Souffle – I like it. I usually add coconut oil or shea butter for more moisture. Doesn't work for a wash an go, but works well for my twist outs

    Curls Whipped Cream – HEAVY, HEAVY, HEAVY!! My hair hated it

  • Anonymous says:

    I use the souffle after every cowash and get great results. My last wash day included my very first cassia treatment and I was very impressed with the results. My hair was so moist and soft that I didn't need to follow with my leave-in. I just shingled the Souffle and sealed with CD's Healthy Hair Butter or my whipped shea/jojoba butter.

  • Melinda says:

    Ok, keepin it real, it does not work well for 4a 4b hair.period. Not enough moisture to prevent the hard/dry after effect.

  • curlybean says:

    I love the Quenched Curls moisturizer. It is a spray that does wonders for second day hair & retwisting. I tried the milkshake & the souffle and didn't like them at all. I gave up on the other part of line but maybe I'd try the goddess glaze.

  • Maria says:

    I loved the Curls Gel-les'c, which I used last spring and summer. Its $26 a bottle (yikes) but lasted a few months because a little goes a long way. I had to hide it from my teenagers.

  • Beads, Braids & Beyond says:

    Pinkrage, posted it for you! <3 I'm on the stationary bike right now, lol, so any other questions feel free to ask!

  • Anonymous says:

    love the line…not too crazy about the Gel-a-C!!!

  • Anonymous says:

    I love the Curls Whipped Cream! I depending on how much I use I can either go for a curly, wet look or a big, fluffy afro. Its also a good moisturizer for twists. I use my own leave-in of aloe and glycerin underneath and that ensures a nice shine.

    Now I did try the Gelus-C (??) and it never really does it for me. I always feel like my hair is greasy, but greasy dry.

    I've tried the samples that I received with my others and they were ok. I never tried any of the shampoos or conditioners. The Souflee and Milkshake seem like they would be good for twists and bigger, fluffer afros where you don't need a lot of hold…SisterBoyd

  • Pinkrage says:

    @BB&B- please post it in the Ask NikG thread. I would love to see it! How did you apply it? Maybe my application method is off.

    @Rachael-I'm so glad it wasn't just me. It did define my curls. It the shine/moisture that I was missing. I will try it again. I purchased the big bottles so I have plenty to play with.

  • Beads, Braids & Beyond says:

    Pinkrage, A is mostly 4a mixed with some 3c, I have one picture, in particular, that I took for the review (didn't end up posting) where she was swinging her hair back and forth and you can really see how frizz free her curls were. I can post it in the Ask NikG thread if you want. Let me know. :)

    I agree with Anonymous though, it is interesting to see how it worked, or didn't work for others.

  • Anonymous says:

    Her curls are very pretty!
    Some products/brands work wonders for some and score a big goose egg with others. However, it's always interesting reading about all the different results.

  • Anonymous says:

    I love the Curls Cleansing Cream shampoo and the Milkshake leave-in conditioner. I ALWAYS put that on before using anything else. Afterwards, I use Ecostyler gel and style as usual. Love the coconut base in this product line. Great for fine haired curlies, as it lightly moisturizes without weighing the hair down. They used to have a light oil which had great ingredients, but it has been discontinued (Champagne Curls and Kaviar Kinks).

  • Unknown says:

    @Pinkrage – I am a 4a/4b and have tried the Gelesc and Quenched Curls Moisturizer both seperately and together. My curls were defined and had hold but were SUPER dry. I even used both products with other leave-ins to see if they would work better but they did not. Curls for me is major fail. I loved the smell but if I need to add a bunch of other things to make them work what's the point.

    I've also tried the Whipped Cream and it didn't do much for me. I felt like it left build up on my hair even when applied with a light hand.

  • Beads, Braids & Beyond says:

    and her hair looks great!

  • Beads, Braids & Beyond says:

    Looooooooove Curly Q's!!!! Especially the Gel-les'c! I have a review on my blog of the Curly Q's line.

  • Pinkrage says:

    I'm not quite feeling the line either. I don't like the kids curl moisturizer. It add moisture to my daughter's tight curls for all of 5 mins then it is dry and hard again.

    I have tried CURL Gelesc and the curl quencher. Not a fan but I still have it so that I can give it one last try before I give it away.

    I would like to see someone with 4a/4b review this product!

  • puff says:

    i really like the curly-q milkshake… i know my grown self shouldn't be using the kiddie line, but it left my hair SO SO soft for days :) it is a little pricey at $18 though, but i think it's worth it.

  • Anonymous says:

    I'm not sure why, but my hair doesn't really like the Curls line. I reviewed the Souffle and the Goddess Glaze separately and didn't like either. My hair was defined but very frizzy. Then, I used them together and got good results, but I can get the same results from other products that I like better.

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