Blueberry Bliss Curl Control Jelly

My hair is literally all over the place. It’s either wavy, out of control, filled with hidden baby curls, or tortured through a blow dry and straightening routine.

But underneath it all, I have loose curls that come off as wavy but could be full on curly if I choose. So feeling natural, I decided to go back to my roots and embrace the curl, at least for now (plus this weather keeps them in control and not as frizzy.)

When I was approached to try out a CURLS™ product, I was pretty excited. Clearly someone knew that underneath my straight hair, I was hiding some serious curls.

Blueberry Bliss Curl Control Jelly

My first step into the CURLS™ features the use of a Blueberry Bliss Curl Control Paste, which is the perfect segment into (hopefully) warmer weather. With the official product release date of February 27, I had a first chance use of the product.

This Curl Control Paste infused with blueberry extract and Argan oil looks and smells great!

Used on my wet hair (can be used on dry or wet), the Control Paste held together my curls, without feeling too heavy or greasy (which is a huge concern.) With the light scent of blueberry wafting around me all day, I would say that the control paste is a winner!

Price: $23.00/8oz

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So what would I rate this product? I would give it a 5/5 because of scent, texture, and it’s affect on my hair!

Samantha Reba

Samantha Reba is a full time copywriter. In her free time, she maintains and blogs for Radiant Review, a beauty review blog. Additionally, she is a blogger/tester for upcoming L’Oreal products. When she’s not writing for her blog, she’s handling their social media and connecting with beauty brands. She’s a freelancer for Symbiosis, where she reviews and edits graduate level fashion courses for universities across the country. She loves to travel, explore fashion trends, and binge watch Netflix. She’s been a sister of Phi Sigma Sigma since 2011.

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