I have a confession. I'm a product snob. Sometimes I walk in the store and purposely pass over the cheaper ones because they can't be THAT good. Certainly this product isn't better than the costs-half-of-my-paycheck cream right next to it. Well the day I picked up the ORS Curls unleashed Curl Defining Creme, wasn't one of those days. I was in a hurry and I had already tried the other more expensive cremes and was left feeling "meh". This product costed $9.47at Walmart. I couldn't help but notice how much product I was receiving for that amount of money. So I went home and put it to work.
I washed and conditioned my hair and decided to go with my go to style, a twist out. The first thing I noticed was that the product had a consistency of a thick, moisturizing cream. The first three ingredients listed were water, coconut oil and shea butter. The thick consistency could be good or bad. Good, because I was quite sure that based on the ingredients list and texture that the product was going to leave my hair very moisturized. Bad, because other products that had this same texture normally were lacking in the hold and definition department. Boy was I wrong. I was pleasantly surprised by my results. The hold and definition was on point!! I was left with twists that were perfectly defined but not too hard. My hair also felt very moisturized and the sheen of my hair was great also. For the first time in a while, I did NOT find it necessary to blend my twisting product with another product to get the perfect results.
Since I purchased this product, ALL of my other twisting creams have taken a backseat. This is the best d*mn twisting cream (for now) in my book. I even tried it on dried hair recently. I washed my hair and didn't have time to twist it before work so I just detangled it and wore it as a wash and go. The next day, I twisted my hair with this product and sealed/moisturized my ends with water. Once again, this product did not disappoint. The close up shots of the texture and definition are posted below. What's your favorite twist out product? Leave it in the comments below.