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3 Uses for CoCo Castor Pudding

The CoCo Castor Pudding is handcrafted with Mango Butter, Coconut Oil, Castor Oil, and is the perfect synergy of a moisturizer and styling product for women with Curly + Coily hair texture. As with all of our products it's Vegan and is free of mineral oil, petroleum, parabens, and artificial colors.

Here are 3 ways you can use our premiere hair creme`.

  • Wash & Go- After using your choice of cleanser or cowash, apply a nickel sized amount of the pudding in sections while hair is still damp. Seal hair cuticle with a dime sized amount of your favorite plant-based oil (olive, avocado, grape seed, etc.) then use a diffuser to dry quickly or allow hair to air dry.
  • Two-Strand Twists- Prep dry hair by applying water from a spray bottle or use our CoCo Castor Refreshing Nectar Leave-In Spray. Separate hair into small to medium sections then evenly distribute a dime sized amount of the pudding. Detangle with a wide tooth comb before proceeding to two-strand twist the section. Curl the end of each section with your finger tips and a little more pudding.
  • Edge Control- After acheiving desired hairstyle (high bun, twist out, etc.) add a finishing touch to your edges. Tip: Have an unused toothbrush and silk lined head wrap on hand. Take a dime sized amount of the CoCo Castor Pudding and evenly distribute along the temple of your head. Use the toothbrush to shape + mold the desired pattern. Firmly wrap the temple of your hair with the silk lined head wrap. Allow hair to dry and set for up to 15 min. before removing the head wrap.

Use our CoCo Castor Pudding in these ways and others to achieve a great hair day. If you found these tips to be helpful, please share on social media and use hashtag #BelNouvo or tag us @BelNouvoBeauty.

Save 15% Off your next order of this product by using promo code: THANKS at checkout on www.belnouvo.com.

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  • Darlene Lattimer on

    Do you have any samples?

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