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Aveda Be Curly Curl Enhancing Lotion 40ml

4.3 of 13 reviews

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For intensifying curls, taming frizz and heightening shine.

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4.3 of 13 reviews

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Most Helpful Positive

Great product

Larissa

I've just started to embrace the natural waves and curls in my hair, and decided to try this product after reading some reviews. Used with Aveda Be Curly Style Prep 25ml and I have to say my hair looks great. Really reduces frizz on my thick wavy/curly hair, and defines some lovely curls too.
I used it both straight after washing and also to refresh on day three and happy with results on both occasions.

Most Helpful Criticism

SMOOTHING

Alice

My curls are whacky and inconsistent. It didn't give me the curl of my dream, but it was great at toning down the dry frizz when i let my hair air dry.

  1. Great product

    Larissa

    I've just started to embrace the natural waves and curls in my hair, and decided to try this product after reading some reviews. Used with Aveda Be Curly Style Prep 25ml and I have to say my hair looks great. Really reduces frizz on my thick wavy/curly hair, and defines some lovely curls too.
    I used it both straight after washing and also to refresh on day three and happy with results on both occasions.
  2. Perfect

    Nina

    Great product to take travelling or to keep in your cosmetic bag. Provides a natural boost to your curl that people search for but rarely find.
  3. Useful product

    Amy

    Helps to moisturise my wavy colour treated hair and define the waves a bit better. Smells lovely.
  4. Hair be Smooth

    Nicole

    Smooths my curls great without weighing it down, I use it with the curl prep first and also use the gel for even less frizz in humid weather. Love this product!
  5. SMOOTHING

    Alice

    My curls are whacky and inconsistent. It didn't give me the curl of my dream, but it was great at toning down the dry frizz when i let my hair air dry.

  6. Soft curls

    Marnie

    My hair is fine but wavy with a tendency to become like a fluff ball if left to its own devices. I use Aveda Be Curly to lightly define the curls without greasy weight or stiff strands. The result is my hair is soft and curly and manageable. Win!
  7. Great once you get it right!

    Bella

    Took me a while to get used tot using this. I have a lot of loose curls, and for me the trick is to put it thought the lengths of my hair when it’s still really wet. I then lightly scrunch out the excess water and let air dry. Then I dry with awesome curls! Smells awesome too.
  8. Lovely

    Lisa

    I have been using this for over a year now and I love it. A little goes a long way and it makes my curls look bouncy and full! Could not recommend enough.
  9. Great

    a

    This is a really nice curl cream, which works nicely to control frizz and enhance curls. It's a nice creamy product that is perfect for adding moisture back into dry curls. I love it for my curls in winter to help protect my hair from the elements, while adding shine and giving my curls a boost. It contain protein which my hair loves and really boosts my hair.
  10. Boing-oing-oing-oingy springiness for hair with existing kink

    Pamela

    I recently decided to stop fighting my natural wave, as I have been doing after every wash with smoothing creams, and paddle brushes, and barrel brushes, and ceramic irons, for...well, since I first started at all to "bother" about my hair. You see, I have one of those *messy* wave systems; my hair naturally dries, after washing, into a chaotic mass of barrel curls and loose ringlets, and waves that go in every different direction, and it's both as fine as spider-webs and as profuse as buffalo grass, so in order to make it look *tidy*, my only option was to straighten the whole mess right out - literally.
    But I bleach my hair cold white, and I do worry about the extra damage from all that straightening, so about a month ago, I decided to see if I could make a truce with it for a while, and try to just find a way to let it do what it wanted to do...slightly more "cohesively".

    This balm was in the second round of experiments, and it is amazing; as long as you don't overload your hair - as it is very emollient, and can easily make clean hair greasy if overused - it causes any natural kink at all to "snap" back up toward the scalp, as it dries from wet, so smoothly and tightly that it practically makes a "boing-oing-oing" sound, like a cartoon spring.
    I have tried it in clean, damp hair that I then left alone to air-dry, and it defines the waves and curls, and helps take care of the loose mess in between them. I have tried it on only one-third-dry hair, in a spinning diffuser, and it creates perfect barrel curls that last for days, only slightly loosening each night. And I have tried it on only-toweled, three-quarters-wet hair (I use a chamois rather than a towel, and I just lightly *squeeze* rather than rubbing or scrunching), which I then put quite loosely into rollers - not hot ones, just the old-fashioned plastic ones with cage-clips that your Nana used - to take control of the movement and turn it all in the same direction, and what came out was so tight that I looked like Shirley Temple before brushing, and it took three days straight (pun not intended) before *any* of the ringlets loosened up enough to be called "waves".
    And you know what else? It seems to have "memory", in that I found, up to days later, that if I dampened my hair at all (I use rosewater, in my spray bottle, personally; I find it adds not only scent, but also gloss), the waves and curls that it air-dried into were noticeably better defined and tidier than I know they are by nature.
    Call me the converted!

    I bought this mini package to try the product, since the full size would have been a very expensive gamble, indeed.
    All I can say is, sign me up for the fanclub. When this little tube runs out, I will definitely be springing for the big one!
    Just do be aware, as I said; it's extremely easy to use too much, and then the greasiness just weighs down the hair shaft, countering any effect it might have had. The tube says, "apply liberally", but I would say, use it the way you would apply argan oil, or a smoothing serum, or a body-enhancing cream; this is a care product, not a styling one, and it's extremely rich and nourishing, so employ a light hand. You want your wet hair to feel slightly smoother upon application, but you don't want to see any any residue in the water caught between the teeth, after combing. It did take me a couple of goes to get right, so I have to wonder if the people who left the more disgruntled reviews here didn't make that easy error and then get mistakenly discouraged.
    Oh! And it won't work at all in dry hair; it needs to be applied to hair that is at least damp, because the protein that causes that "snap-back" movement only goes to work during the drying process.

    Just keep in mind that this is just a curl *defining* cream; if you don't have any natural wave, using this alone won't magically give you one - though I would hazard that a light-handed application in very-slightly-damp hair before the intended use of hot rollers or a wand *would* most likely help the curls artificially created that way stay tighter for longer.

    A+, 10/10, will def. buy again. It's well worth the small fortune price-tag. Curly folk, unite. ;-)
  11. Don't get the fuss.

    Kate

    I know lots of people like this range, but I just don't get it! I don't find that it does anything helpful and seems to weigh down my hair. I've tried using more, using less, and it doesn't seem to make any difference on my wavy frizzy hair. I don't use the full range, so maybe that helps.
  12. It actually works (but not for straight hair)!

    Holly

    Okay WOW I was really impressed by this product. I brought the small size as I was sceptical if it would actually work, but it does! I have naturally wavy hair but I'm lazy and only like to spend too much time styling my hair in the mornings. This is a nice alternative for casual days as it gives me some volume and curl without having to use my curling iron or hairdryer. If I am going out I would still use my curler as this wouldn't be enough, but I would still use it as prep to give me some added volume.

    Be warned, I think it just enhances your natural wave or curl so don't use this and expect luscious curls if your hair is naturally straight!

    I would definitely recommend trying and I would most likely buy it again. I love the small size as it's so cute and great for travel
  13. AVEDA BE CURLY CURL ENHANCING LOTION

    Zhaowei

    I have been using this for over a year now and I love it. A little goes a long way and it makes my curls look bouncy and full! Could not recommend enough.
  14. Love it!

    grace

    Love the Aveda curl range. I have fine, knotty, wavy, shoulder length hair and this product actually worked for me!! I normally find most products weight my hair down and look greasy, but this was really lovely. Smells great and feels really good and it made my hair look great! It's a great size - perfect for travel ro just to try out the product.

    Would definitely recommend and I will be repurchasing when I run out!
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