One of the things I really like about the Anita Grant website is that you can buy samples of so many of the products.
After tweeting the very helpful company for some advice on a clarifying shampoo - I went online to purchase the Babassu Alma Shampoo Bar. Whilst I was there, I stumbled across the Organic Sapote and Coconu Pomade which promised to tame frizz, define curls and smooth edges.
This is a great little product for when you want medium hold without the stickiness of a gel. When my hair is playing ball, and I want to turn my twist outs into a cute up do or pin back the front I don't like to use a heavy gel to hold the sides down. Not only does it make my hair look too slicked back, they also changes the texture of my hair- water based gels ruin my waves and gel based ones sit on my hair and weigh it down. Here's what I thought of this badboy.
Amazing, smells just like marzipan, however I can't see any almond in the ingredients list. Either way it's a divine natural, sweet, fruity, nutty type smell
Like a balm, melts on contact with hands and can easily be worked into hair.
A light hold that lets your hair's natural curl/wave be seen. If you like the strong hold of a gel, this product isn't for you.
Gives a nice natural sheen - not too powerful.
The nice thing about this product is that there are no after affects. Once I use a gel in my hair it completely changes the texture and I find that I have to keep using the gel every day until wash day. This product doesn't effect my hair at all, I can use it for a up to one day, then reset over night and go back to having my hair down the next day without the top layer of my hair looking or feeling strange.
I pretty much loved it, I'll be using my little pot will it runs out, then will probably order the bigger one.
Anita Grant Organic Sapote and Coconut Pomade - £2.65 (sample size)