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A Must-Try Serum from BE Beverly Hills

By January 15, 2014

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One of my favorite hair serums comes from BE Beverly Hills.

The Inspired Daily Shine & Repair Serum with Argan Oil is a keeper. When I tried it out, I saw a big difference using it on straightened hair vs. natural. So, if your hair is pressed, ironed or relaxed, this is a great product to try. I got the best results applying it to dry hair, either before or after styling. I focused on the ends, and I'm telling you, this serum will not weigh your hair down. If you like that "bouncy and behavin'" look, this is for you.

It's lightweight enough to use daily; I experienced no build-up after several days. It smells delicious and is full of good-for-your-hair natural oils. Other benefits:

  • Gives amazing shine
  • Softens dry hair
  • A little goes a long way

There's no need to apply a ton of this product, as two to three pumps are more than enough to treat even long hair (if your hair is short, one pump will do the trick). Rub it between your palms, smooth over your tresses and you'll notice the difference.

Although I rarely straighten my hair, when I do, this serum is on my must-have list of products to use.

(Photo credit: TLK Fusion)

Comments

January 24, 2013 at 2:05 pm
(1) Taunja says:

I have not had a perm in about 5 years…I have had braids, weaves, natural twists and twists with synthetic hair. I am now looking to just wear it natural and have in the past used Curls products…I read one of your articles and switched to Dr. Miracle’s products. I love the leave in conditioner but am not as found of his products for curls…Do you have any feedback on CURLs. Also, my neice wears her hair natural and has been using apple cider vinegar and water and raves about it…have you heard of this? She also swears by Dr Bronners Castile soap…what do you think of that product? Thank you so much! Taunja

January 28, 2013 at 11:20 pm
(2) pat says:

I use curl and wen and the result is very good

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