7 thoughts on “Aubrey Organics Mandarin Magic: Another One of My Loves!

  1. Marilie says:

    Now you’re gonna have me in the health food store looking for this. 🙂 I do need some more HSR, though. Yeah. That’ll be my excuse. LOL!

  2. Marilie says:

    I lurve Aubrey Organics Honeysuckle Rose mixed with a little coconut cream concentrate for a lovely DC. My hair has about 4 different textures, and none of them include beautiful curls/coils like yours, so I’ve given up on trying to find stuff to make it “curl.” I just let it do what it does, and mostly wear twists/twist outs. 🙂 I’ll have to recommend this product to some of my girls who do use gels for curls.

    • HB says:

      Oooh, I’ll have to try that! I love HSR. And thank you for the compliment! You’re right as well, I don’t think there is really anything to “make hair curl,” just things to alleviate frizz and enhance definition. The Mandarin Magic might be good for twist outs too, because it has a light hold, but is still very moisturizing. 🙂

  3. lifejourneytobenatural says:

    Great review. I have contemplated whether or not to try Aubrey Organics, but every time I smell I feel repulse to try it. They say usually the best products are the ones without the beautiful smells. I have read good reviews about this product line. I think your hair is truly growing and looks fabulous. 😉 Do you feel that you are training your hair for your hair goal? How do you feel thus far about your hair journey? It is also good that you are keeping hair pixes as time progresses.

    Can you also put your pixes on your post? This way we are able to click to get a larger view.

    • HB says:

      Thanks! Yea, the smell of the Mandarin Magic is not my fave, but it works great! You should try the Honeysuckle Rose condish as well; it’s the only one that has a nice smell to me. I don’t think I’m training my hair – she’s wild, lol. As long as it’s growing and healthy, I’m good! I’ll add the pictures to the post as well – good idea.

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