My inner product junkie got the best of me and I picked up a bottle of Carol’s Daughter Hair Milk Lite Curl Booster a few weeks ago. The original Hair Milk worked for Simone and me but was too heavy for Nadia. I also am not fond of the original’s scent.
It turns out my little splurge was a bad idea because I love this product. I think the founder of the Carol’s Daughter got the message that many folks think the original is oily and pungent.
Hair Milk Lite has a pleasant scent and is very light. It tames Simone and Nadia’s frizzies while giving me a little moisture. It’s probably a little too light for my hair. Still, I like the earthy scent and can’t pass up a product all three of us can use. The bad news is we’re running through it like it’s Kool-Aid, and it costs about $20 a bottle. I joked with my hubby that he may have to get a part-time job just to keep up with our hair needs. He didn’t find it funny but certainly understands the importance of a good hair day.
I have to say I was pleasantly surprised by this product. When it comes to Carol’s Daughter, curlies often give it mixed reviews. I hesitated to buy Hair Milk Lite but am glad I did. I’ll be making another trip to the beauty store soon. I’ll be the one saying, “More Hair Milk Lite, please.”
Have you tried it? What did you think?