Wednesday, July 14, 2010


Hask Suddenly Straight

I purchased a new product today called Suddenly Straight by Hask Pure Shine. It is a heat protectant that claims to "Shine, smooth, and defrizz." I believe I tried a similar product by the same brand in the past called Straight Solution. It was so long ago that I don't recall what I thought about it, so I'm giving this similar product a whirl.

I purchased the Suddenly Straight from Rite Aid for $3.99. They were having a sale, because the product normally retails for $5.99. As soon as I bought it, I poured a small amount onto the back of my hand and rubbed it in. I always test hair products like this, often before purchasing, just to get a true feel for the consistency. I was pleased to discover that it absorbed fairly quickly, and didn't leave a sticky or greasy residue. Hopefully it will perform on the hair the same way. It also smelled great, so I'm excited about giving it a try. I'll post a review soon...


jellybean_23_98 said...

Hi love all the information that you have been sharing. I'm currently deployed and have been wearing my hair in micros and am starting my natural hair journey. I was wondering have you ever tried any of the Carol's Daughter hair products for curly hair? I read about your skin regimen, my skin is super sensitive have you found a good moisturizer with sunblock?

Hershley's Sweet Kiss said...

let us know how it goes!!

DPrincess28 said...

@Jellybean: I tried the Carol's Daughter Hair Milk a long time ago on my natural curls, but it did nothing in terms of imparting moisture, so I chucked it. I do however know that she has released a new line of products, so I may try it again just to see if there have been any changes.