Wash + Go with Carol’s Daughter

I’m back with all the juicy dets on Carol’s Daughters new line made just for wash and go’s! Their new line, Pracaxi (pruh-kawsh-ee) Nectar has a leave-in and and a style control gel. I also purchased their Almond Milk – Ultra Nourishing Hair Mask while I was at it since it was another product I’ve been dying to try.

I ended up breaking my usual routine and did a deep condition day rather than using my heat cap for 20 minutes. And after rinsing out the Almond Milk hair mask, my hair was like butter! It was just what my hair needed and has now been my go to for the last couple wash days. I’ve even used it on Mckenzie’s hair since it has great slip and penetrates your curls so well.

Now the first time I did my wash and go with the Pracaxi Nectar, I used too much leave in and found myself having to start over. The leave in is very light, but do NOT mistake that for lacking potency.

It’s delicious floral scenting creamy magic that it’s made of was more than moisturizing on my curls and when paired with the styling control gel left my curls smelling and looking AMAZING. This dynamic duo gave me definition without me having to give up the volume I usually don’t get until day 2. My hair was light weight, bouncy, shiny, and did I mention smelled soooo good?

If you haven’t already tried these 3 products, I would highly suggest them. The wash and go combo is the perfect set for the summer and the mask is perfect addition to your wash day routine.

You can purchase Carol’s Daughter products at Sally’s, Target, CVS, and other retailers. (Note: These products were purchased with my own money and the opinions viewed in this statement are all my own. I was not paid for this post in any way.)

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