Review: Beautiful Curls Curl Reviving Tonic

A few years ago, I went to see a great stylist in L.A. and he told me how I could bring out my natural waves and revive them the next day.  I found it hard to believe that curls could be redefined without a shower, but sometimes all you need is the right product.  I tested Beautiful Curls Curl Reviving Tonic to see if could put the bounce back in my waves.

Pros:
  • Nice scent
  • Leaves hair soft, not sticky
  • Helps revive waves and curls
  • Works well as a styling spray 
  • Reduces frizz
  • Company contributes 10% of sales to charity
Cons:
  • Will take quite a bit of product to revive curls or waves in long, heavy hair
Summary:
I love the smell of this curl reviving tonic and the purity of the ingredients.  It definitely is a nice styling spray and can help bring curls back to life.  However, it is fairly gentle so it may be better to get curls or waves wet if they have been pulled almost straight.  I highly recommend this for those with waves and short to medium-length hair, or those with curly hair of any length.

Product Ratings (out of 5)

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