DESIGNLINE Curl Lock Curl Cream 100g

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Great for defining curls . Rating
I have tried everything available for thick curly hair and this is the best . It defines my curls and gets rid of frizz . I do however think the packaging should be changed as you think there is more than there actually is and it only lasts a few days so actually is expensive too. However, i will still buy this product untill I find an alternative . It certainly does what it says on the bottle :)

By Beverly - 11/05/2016

The best Rating
This is the best curl product I have found!! I love my soft locks with no frizz. Thank you from me and my curls!!

By Rachelle - 03/03/2016

The best on the market . Rating
I have thick naturally curly hair prone to frizz and have tried almost every product available. This curl lock cream is simply wonderful and i can use it 2 or 3 days between washes with just the Regis designline leave in conditioner and it still does the job. The only downside is you only actually get 100ml so its not actually that much and when you have alot of thick hair like myself and use the product daily ,it doesnt last long at all so it can be expensive. . The product size is deceiving to how much product inside. . Shame because the actually product is fantastic :-)

By Beverly - 02/01/2016

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