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Unlikely Hero: Why Our Honey Miracle Hair Mask is Perfect For 4c Hai

Unlikely Hero: Why Our Honey Miracle Hair Mask is Perfect For 4c Hai

I’ve been with tgin for many years. I started as a brand ambassador working festivals and hair shows and from there worked with the stores that carried tgin at the time and did demos for customers. Not only having tried the entire line on my own 3b/c hair I also had my friends and family members whose hair ranged from 3 to 4 types textures.

After showing the products at many stores letting customers see, smell and touch the products one that was met with much opposition from 4c hair textured customers was the Honey Miracle Hair Mask. They didn’t believe that a mask that was so thin in texture compared to other deep conditioners they had used would do anything for their hair, but the contrary was true. After convincing them to give the product a try and see how their hair liked it I had so many return customers expressing to me how much they loved the product and how great it worked on their tight curls.

Given the sleek and movable texture of the honey hair mask it makes it extremely easy to glide through even the kinkiest of hair. The hair masks base is honey and olive oil. Honey is a natural humectant which draws much needed moisture to dry thirsty curls which is especially needed for tighter curl textures as it takes the natural oils our scalp produces much longer to travel down tighter curls. While the honey is drawing in moisture the olive oil mix is making detangling a breeze allowing the creamy texture to travel down hair and untangle knots all while giving your hair a deep condition.

If you have 4c textured hair and have not tried our Honey Miracle Hair Mask you are definitely in for a treat.


Check out Diane C Enaid showing us how she uses tgin’s Honey Miracle Hair Mask.




What’s Your Favorite Benefit of the Honey Miracle Hair Mask?


Ashley Renee is a writer, poet, and natural hair enthusiast from Chicago residing in Los Angeles. You can keep up with her on ig@ashleyreneepoet 


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