Wednesday, August 18, 2010

Product Review: Bee Mine Deja's Hair Milk

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Bee Mine Deja's Hair Milk

The Claim: This hair milk has many benefits for the health and condition of your hair. It's lightweight but very moisturizing. The oils and butters will nourish and naturally moisturize every strand of your tresses without leaving your hair greasy. The grapefruit essential oil strengthens and keeps your hair healthy while the peppermint essential oil helps to stimulate growth. Good for all hair types, braids and weaves too. We aim to help your hair be the healthiest it can be.

Prince: $15 8oz

Ingredients: Distilled water, Coconut milk, Organic Cocos Nucifera (Coconut) Oil, Organic Simmondsia Chinensis (Jojoba) Seed Oil, Butyrosperumum Parkir (Shea Butter), Emulsifying wax, Theobroma Cacao (Cocoa Butter), Prunus dulcis (Almond Oil), Grapefruit & Peppermint Essential Oils, Paraben & Formaldehyde Free Preservative, Vitamin E, Panthenol (Vitamin B Complex), Fragrance.

Review: I actually started using the Bee Mine Deja's Hair Milk a couple of weeks before I went on break. I have been using it almost after each wash. It has left her hair soft and well moisturized. It's true to its claim, it is very lightweight, yet moisturizing. I also tried it on dry hair and I must say, it didn't work as well as it did on her wet/damp hair. I love it on her wet/damp hair and after applying it dries beautifully. Absolutely no residue. It has a nice, kind of light lemon scent.

In the photos shown in this post, I washed her hair wish Bee Mine Products, lightly finger detangled her hair, then added the Bee Mine Deja's Hair Milk. I did not use a comb, I just ran the product through her hair with my fingers. I loved the results. Her hair was nice and defined, but not too defined. Soft & fluffy! I will continue to incorporate this product in her hair care routine.

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Disclosure: The product(s) were sent to me free of charge from the company or PR agency for the purpose of this review. My opinions are my own and are not influenced by any other part.

19 comments:

  1. Gorgeous! Your girl gets prettier every time I see her!

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  3. Thanks ladies.

    I thought it was cool how her hair turned out without combing/brushing. I see a mini experiment in the future.

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  4. What did do that night and for the next morning? Spray down with juicy spritz and add more hair milk or spray with water??

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  5. Beautiful curls. I tried something new this summer for a two week period with the boys. I fully shampooed and conditioned their hair and detangled with my fingers and a comb. Within those two weeks I did not comb their hair, just every few days took down the style they had, mooisturized and finger combed their hair and restyled the same way. I only used a moisturizing leave in conditioner and some repair and renew leave in treatment in a spray bottle fir moisture. I must say when I took their hair down for a cowash, their hair was not dirty or weighed down. After cowashing and detangling I thought I was going to see lots of hair from not combing because they do shed after two weeks if having a braided hairstyle but it was the total opposite. I think less combing and more finger combing with less products as usual is a great thing.

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  6. That's some beautiful def. for real! I wish I had the loot to try some of the Bee Mine products, but please believe as soon as I do I will try them. You're always hooking up the info, thank you!

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  7. A's curls are beautiful as always. I recently got some samples of the Bee Mine products and I am so looking forward to trying them. You reviews have really gotten my interest =)

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  8. Love the curls! The tiara is a wonderful touch.

    I do the "no comb" with my girls after I do one big finger detangle + deep condition + wash + leave in conditioner session. For about a week--depending on the style as sometimes with box braids it's two weeks--I don't comb, maybe some light finger detangling if their ends become tangly or if they have had their hair loose.

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  9. A's hair is cute! I agree with you about the Hair Milk.

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  10. Thanks for doing a review. I've been planning on adding this product to my next group of purchases and was wondering how it works.

    Side ???: Does A's hair naturally curl like that or do you have to twist/curl her strands individually? My daughter is only 9 1/2 months so maybe thats the difference since A's hair has grown out over the years

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  11. wow her hair is really pretty.

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  12. Little A's curls look good enough to eat. They are so luscious.

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  13. Love the curls like always and I agree with you on the hair milk "it didn't work as well as it did on her wet/damp hair" but we like it. Have you tried Black earth products?

    I will also like to update if you will allow me my blog used to be mylittlerascals-letty, byt I have changed it to http://wildlittlerascals.blogspot.com/
    Thank you.

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  14. Wow - her curls are gorgeous! Thanks for the tip. I have been wondering if we can sometimes finger detangle....my twin girls are 3 years old and have very little hair (shaved in the orphanage a few months ago). When I did a finger detangle instead of the comb, I thought their curls looked more defined when their hair dried. BTW, I ordered a bunch of the Bee Mine products, and we are loving them! I do wish they were not so pricey though...

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  15. I was just wondering. How long did her hair stayed "defined" like that? When I used it on my daughter's hair, I liked it for the first hours but later on that day it became very frizzy and tangled again. It didn't really hold the curls as much as the BM Balance moisterizer did.

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