The lightweight spray can work on braids, or as a leave-in conditioner. In addition to a wonderful herbal smell, the Roots keeps hair well taken care of while braided. When applying with extensions, moisturizing benefits are especially notable when they are removed.
It's not a "sheen" per se. Also, somewhat sticky.
The T-Tree Braid Spray contains a plethora of natural ingredients, including tea tree oil. It absorbs into hair quickly, making application easy. Some buyers report a pleasant tingling sensation upon applying it.
If the tea tree oil is a selling point, this spray doesn't have tons of it.
Moisturizing spray that keeps braids looking shiny. Reduces dandruff and itching, so you can keep braids in longer. Customers attested to its moisturizing power, and said they needed to moisturize less with regular use.
Some are sensitive to the formula's slight sulfur scent. A few customers said they received leaky, damaged bottles.
Better Braid's active ingredient is salicylic acid, which can help keep hair strong. Since hair is especially breakage-prone when braided, this is a nice bonus. Some buyers also say the spray helps with braid take down.
One of the pricier braid sprays on the market.
Made with herbs that relieve itching and irritation of the scalp that can come with braids, extensions, and weaves. A conditioning and pH-balanced formula that nourishes hair, promotes scalp health, and gives hair a non-greasy soft sheen.
Some don’t feel that this has a particularly pleasant scent.
Whether you have box braids, crochet braids, or Senegalese twists, braid sprays are a must for keeping a shiny, moisturized head. Many braid sprays advertise as sheens, meaning that they’ll make your braids look fresh, even after some weeks. Some braid sprays moisturize the scalp and your natural hair, which will minimize hair loss once it’s time to take the braids down. Those sprays may also have a leave-in conditioner element, too. Oils such as tea tree oil, argan oil and jojoba oil are common active ingredients, and also help relieve an itchy scalp. While not a substitute for shampoo, braid sprays are an easy way to care for your natural hair until the braids come out.
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