This is my hair. Hello, hair!
For the past year, I’ve had short hair. It used to be pretty long. Like, longer than long. But it’s quite nice like this. I would like to think that my hair has been in better health because of the shorter length, but… I dye my hair at home, so it is dried out. And conditioner? Eh, I just spent two weeks not using any, so it felt super meh. I am blessed with thick Asian hair (and seven gray hairs!) that does what I want, but it’s not soft.
BUT I HAVE FELT THE SOFTNESS! And, man, I’m missing out!
I don’t know about you, but sometimes I run my hands through my hair underneath the top layer to feel how soft it is. The top of my hair is just always so frizzy and coarse since I don’t take care of it. I tried this new product a few days ago and it made all my hair feel soft. OooOooOooOOOooo.
Meet Crack. Apparently it is “a habit forming hair fix.” The blurb on the back of the tube says “Crack is a leave-in hair cream made with Acai Extract and Silk Protein. This addictive multi-tasker moisturizes from the hair cuticle to the ends of the hair to protect from dryness and chemicals including chlorine.
One is supposed to work a small amount into towel dried hair.
I let my hair air dry. I couldn’t tell the difference after a few hours, so to put the product to the real test, I had my husband run his hands through my hair. Success! He said my hair was really soft!
I had incorrectly applied the product to the top of my hair only, and at least that part was soft. I tried Crack again the next day, wetting my hair and making sure to add product to all areas of my head. Air dried, and then something a little different: I curled my hair.
This is my hair the day I curled it.
And this is the next morning.
Wow, on curled hair… I love it. My hair is usually easy to curl, and I try to make sure I haven’t washed it in a few days to build staying power. The instant after I did my first curl, I could tell a difference- it was so much easier to curl it and oh my goodness, the staying power. I did not add any hairspray and I went to work on a rainy day. I slept on it, and the next morning, it looked near perfect. That’s incredible.
You can purchase Crack from Drugstore.com for under $20. My experience may be completely different from others, but if you have thick crazy coarse hair, I can actually recommend this. This product is more expensive than I’d usually purchase, but a little bit goes a long way. If you use too much, the hair just gets to feel heavier. To learn more about the product, visit Prolocks. Thank you for being a sponsor of the Central Florida Beauty Bloggers, Prolocks!
Products shown were provided for review.