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Moisturized Curls with Maui Moisture


May 17, 2020

This post has been sponsored by Maui Moisture. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

My curly hair has always been a part of my identity. I have heard so many stories about hair texture changing with pregnancy and childbirth however; my curl pattern didn’t change with the exception of hair loss and dryness. Now that my son is a bit older, I have been trying to focus on taking time to care for myself especially my hair. Before the quarantine, I had been been getting regular cuts and color but also trying to find products online that are nourishing and enhance my curls.

Before the COVID-19 situation, my stylist had suggested that I find a good nourishing hair mask to implement into my routine once a week. I went online and found the Maui Moisture Heal & Hydrate + Shea Butter Hair Mask, Maui Moisture Hair Care Heal & Hydrate + Shea Butter Combing Cream and the Maui Moisture Nourish & Moisture + Coconut Milk Weightless Oil Mist.


These products by Maui Moisture came highly recommended by multiple curly hair Instagram accounts I follow. I was very impressed with the results from the first time I used them.

Maui Moisture Curly Hair Product
Maui Moisture Curly Hair Product

I was extremely excited to try out the combing cream because most of my hair breakage comes from when I brush my hair out and get rid of the tangles. I normally brush my hair dry before getting in the shower but this time I waited and used the hair mask and combing cream. I let the mask set for about 5 minutes while I exfoliated and shaved my legs and I couldn’t believe how silky and smooth my hair felt. I applied the combing cream while I was still in the shower and my brush glided through my curls. No tugging, no pulling and the tangles that I typically toiled with just fell through. I finished with a light spritz of the Coconut Milk Oil Mist and also used it when I was finished drying and styling my hair.

Maui Moisture Curly Hair Product

Maui Moisture Curly Hair Product

Maui Moisture Curly Hair Product

Maui Moisture Curly Hair Product

Maui Moisture Curly Hair Product

We’ve been home for six weeks now and I have had time to read a book and relax while my hair mask sets in for a deep condition. A friend of mine texted me a picture of the Maui Moisture Curl Quench + Coconut Oil Shampoo and Conditioner asking if this was the product I used. Not yet! I replied as I ordered some right away. I loved the mask and styling products so much I wanted to see how other products mixed in to my curly hair cocktail. You can add these products to your cart here. The first thing I loved was the smell of the Curl Quench + Coconut Oil line. It might be chilly in Michigan right now but the Coconut Oil smelled like a warm beach far far away. Even better? The product actually worked. It left my hair feeling silky smooth and I didn’t need more than a two quarter size amount of the conditioner for my hair.

Maui Moisture Curly Hair Product

I followed up with the Curl Quench + Coconut Oil Curl Smoothie to assist in my post shower styling. It’s designed to help define thick curls and I loved the soft bounce and body it gave my curl pattern. The Papaya Butter smells so good but is not over powering and it is meant for a wash-and-go style which has become my nightly routine after playing outside all day with Otto.

Maui Moisture Curly Hair Product

The Maui Moisture Heal & Hydrate Shea Butter products made with are made with aloe vera as its first ingredient, coconut oil and pure macadamia oil. The Curl Quench + Coconut Oil line is free from silicones and parabens and is vegan-friendly, which keeps product from building up and weighing down your curls. These products combined leave my hair healthy and defined. Curly hair runs in my family and I was thrilled when my baby boy’s hair grew out to be curly. It’s something that I know I passed on to him (along with his stubbornness). I hope he embraces his curls as much as his mama.


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Abigail Albers       Author

Abby is a wife and mother, antique shopper, entrepreneur, gardener, sheep lady, sequin enthusiast and your Midwest Martha Stewart Wannabe.. Follow her on instagram @adventuresinabbyland.

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