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Review of Curldaze Glossy Shine Gel

Updated: Apr 22, 2023

I have been waiting for a company who actually made a gel that does what it says on the jar. Well, wait no more.

The Curldaze Glossy Shine Gel has done just that. I can't wait for them to come out with more products. I have had problems with gels flaking in the past, but with this gel I have not seen any. Not even at the end of the week. I wash my hair once a week, but sometimes I will go a week and a half. If I go any longer I get product buildup, and my hair feels dirty.

Curldaze gave my hair a medium hold with a nice shine. It did make my hair somewhat dry, but not as bad as Wetline Extreme. I think it might have been fine, but I used a refresher spray mid-week that had water as the first ingredient. I forgot I cannot use a water-based refresher spray because it always makes my hair fuzzy, and destroys my curls.

Update on Curldaze: The next week I applied Curldaze Glossy Shine Gel then put Camille Rose Curl Maker on top, and I didn't have dry hair. It also softened the crunch but still had some hold. Also, the following day I used the Macadamia Healing Oil Spray which has no water in it, so my hair didn't frizz up or get fuzzy.

I need to find some moisturizing products that are not creams that I can pair with Curldaze. My hair doesn't like creams, leave-ins with milk, or products with protein. I only use a protein deep conditioner once a month. If I use it more than that, my hair feels like straw. Also, after I do a protein deep conditioner, I have to follow it with a moisturizing deep conditioner. This regimen along with trimming my hair every 3-4 months, seems to be the formula for my hair growth.


For shiny, defined Braidouts, Twistouts, Wash and Gos, Rod Sets, and Edges.  Sulfate, Paraben, Silicone, and Alcohol Free. This information is from their website.


Aqua, Glycerin, PVP, Caprylyl Glycol, Phenoxyethanol, Hexylene Glycol, Acrylates/C10-30 Alkyl Acrylate Crosspolymer, Polysorbate 20, Aminomethylpropanediol, Parfum, Disodium EDTA, Aleurites Moluccanus Seed Oil

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