Wednesday, February 1, 2012

Review: EO Tame Curl Control Gel for Curly and Wavy Hair

UPDATE: Representatives from this company have confirmed that this product has been discontinued. If you enjoy it, please write to the company to request a reissue.

I have long been in denial about my hair type.  With very long, very thick hair, it is easy to just give up and accept that my hair would never look good wavy.  The top never held a curl and the bottom never quite went straight.  However, one product recently changed the way I thought about my hair: EO Tame Curl Control Gel.

  • Wonderful smell (vanilla/citrus)
  • Great gel consistency
  • Leaves hair manageable
  • Keeps curls and waves in place
  • Nice gel for air-drying
  • Reduces frizz
  • Affordable ($9)
  • Hair will become crunchy if too much is used
EO's Curl Control Gel has become my favorite hair product.  Instead of fighting against my natural texture, I can now leave the house with wet hair and have it dry into beautiful, natural waves.  I recommend thoroughly towel-drying before use.  I found that the product works best when I apply small amounts to my hands and run them down the length of my hair, then scrunch the curls into shape.  However, I wouldn't mind seeing a companion spray gel version in the future.

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