African Pride Olive Miracle hair treatment is one of the new products from the African Pride line. The makers of this new hair moisturiser have used
Olive Miracle contains a number of natural ingredients, which you can find listed on the back of the tub. While a lot of them are 'extracts', it's a healthier pot of stuff compared to a wholly synthetic hair moisturiser.
It makes my curly hair nice, doesnít leave it flat, but does weigh it down somewhat, which is exactly what I need when Iíve just washed my hair, or woke up, and itís a little frizzy.
For a pot of Olive Miracle I paid £3.99 from Beauty Queens hair and beauty shop, but you can buy it from the African Pride website, or on Ebay.
The moisturiser is a relatively rich product, which comes out creamy and lotion-like. I use about two handfuls for my whole head, and the product distributes well, and thankfully doesnít leave a greasy coat. That is one of my big gripes about rich hair-moisturisers; they either leave your hair so full of grease that you struggle to wear any clothes out of fear of the oil transfer, or there is so much oil in the said product that your hair becomes flat and somewhat stuck to your head.
In all honesty however, after using it for three days, I donít think Iíd use it on a daily basis because it is too rich a product for every day use. My hair looked great in my opinion, but I prefer a hair moisturiser which I only have to use every three days. You donít really need to use the product more than once every two days, but it does create perfect curls every time. If you can be bothered to Ďdoí your hair every day, Olive Miracle will create the curls you seek, and moisturise your hair from root to tip.
If like me, youíre a bit lazy when it comes to hair maintenance, use this product sporadically, because it might nourish your roots,