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Sunny Isle Knot Free Forever

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Sunny Isle

Knot Free Forever Leave-in Detangler

  This winter has ravaged my coily locs with it's arctic temperatures.  In an effort to preserve my tresses I have stretched the time in between washes because leaving the house with wet to damp hair would cause my hair to freeze and snap right off of my head (now I am just being dramatic).  So, I am in the pursuit of a product that will detangle and moisturize so I am able to refresh my curls without washing before necessary.    Lo-and-behold, I found Sunny Isle Knot Free Forever while shopping for a planned weekend cousin trip.    Now let's cut to the chase because the proof is in the pudding.
BEFORE                      AFTER
Before Sunny Isle Results               After Sunny Isle Results
           

Product Details:

  • Price point: $9.99 for 8 fl. oz.
  • Paraben and Sulfate free
  • Amazing slippage for detangling
  • Medium-weight Product (not runny or too thick)
  • Infused with Jamaican Black Castor Oil
  • Great tropical scent (I felt like I was on my well overdue vacation)
Process:  

I sprayed my dry and tangled seven day hair with good ol' H2O until it was damp (not wet) and detangled my hair in sections.  I put a little Shea Butter in my hair to seal the moisture in and waited 30 minutes for my hair to dry a little.

My Thoughts:

Overall, I think this is a great product.  I would not only repurchase this product, but I would also recommend it to a friend.  Knot Free Forever has good ingredients and a nice price point.  As the product promised it cut down on detangle time and added shine, moisture, and definition to my hair.  The product also states it can be used as a conditioner as well, which is a nice perk when you are in a rush and want to wash once and leave a little conditioner in as a leave-in.  In my opinion, this product would work great on second and third day hair.  I have to test on freshly washed hair to see the results.


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