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First up: Butters by themselves.
Original Moxie's Lux Locs VS Entwine Couture's Jelle Styler
As you can see, the Original Moxie's Lux Locks gives me a BOMB twist-out the first and second day of wearing the style, but if I don't re-twist (which I did not do on the third and fourth day, which is normal for me), my twist-outs turn into a big and undefined fro. This is pretty much expected if you don't re-twist with virtually any product, but since I'm a busy gal, I refrain from using products that makes it mandatory to re-twist to still obtain a nice looking twist-out throughout the week.
Now look at Entwine's twist-out using their Jelle Styler. I can get away with getting a nice twist-out without having to re-twist it at all! I even picked out my hair after wearing the style for three days and my fro looked light and fluffy (I definitely got a load of compliments when wearing this oldie but goodie style (for-hawk). However, my hair is not as soft as Original Moxie's Lux Locs makes it, but to be completely honest, when I'm on the go, that's the last thing I'm thinking about.
This is my favorite combo! Original Moxie's Lux Locks with Original Moxie's Just Gel. Why do I like it so much? Because I can wear a protective style for five to six days and still get a lovely looking twist-out after taking it down and it still feels as soft as ever! WHAT???!!?! How awesome is that?! I also use it when I'm trying to get an elongated, super defined twist-out when my hair is wet (not completely tho. This doesn't cure the "curl disease" that is known as shrinkage lo.l It's not a miracle worker!).
With Entwine's Jelle Styler and Creme De La Mold (which gives hair a "firm hold") it also gives me lovely results. I initially loved the Creme De La Mold specifically for my braid outs, but once I realized it could be used as a substitute for gel, I was even more delighted. The hold it gives my twist-out is great because it doesn't make them hard and i can steal get a nice looking twist-out when unraveling them.
Here's another shot of its magic:
And lastly, I bring you to my newly favorite twist-out product: Afroveda's Hemp Seed Lock, Twist and Roll Butter.
I gushed about this product in a video a while back, and have been using it on a regular basis ever since. I love this stuff because I can use it on wet hair and dry hair and STILL never have to re-twist to get a good lookin' 'do. I like to reach for this stuff when Derek comes over because he LOVES to play in my hair and this acts as a "safeguard" product for protection lol.
Well hopefully this posts has answered your questions and makes you understand why I refuse to pick just one product when it comes to my favorites!
Again, let me know if you would like to see another "Battle of" post and if so, what product or brand should come next?
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