Oyin Handmade Burnt Sugar Hair Pomade

Oyin Handmade Burnt Sugar Hair Pomade


Product Description: If your hair loves oils, it’ll be thrilled to meet Burnt Sugar! The nourishing blend of oils, butters, and veggie waxes as humectant and protectant for hair, increasing shine to a high glossy sheen and locking in moisture. It’s packed with essential fatty acids to nourish scalp without blocking pores and actually sinks into your hair and skin for a long lasting, non-greasy feeling. It’s great on braids, imparts shine & moisture to loose hair, and adds luster to locks!

Price: $20.00 CND

Ingredients: castor oil, hydrogenated soybean oil, organic virgin coconut oil,mango seed oil, unrefined hempseed oil, cocoa butter, broccoli seed oil, fragrance, & love

My Review: I initially got this pomade because I wanted to use something to seal my hair. It is solid in the jar but once you take some and rub it between you hands, it melts into a oil that is easily applied to your hair. One thing about this product is that it has a VERY strong smell. Expect to smell like this for a day or two. It’s not a bad smell per say…I can’t put my finger on the scent, but it’s almost like a maple syrup, SUPER sweet candy kinda smell. The scent may be a bit strong for some people (my mother and sister can’t stand it) but it grows on you. One thing about this product I can say is that it gives your hair MEGA shine. It gave my hair a nice, healthy sheen to it and made it a bit soft. Overall it’s a good product to have on hand if you want to have something to seal your hair with. It gets a pass from me.

– curlyboo

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About curlyboo

Just a young curly adult currently in school for Journalism and living in Toronto.
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