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Real Me by nuNaat: The Latest Addition to my Hair Journey

It's been about two weeks since I told you about my hair journey.  Things are going pretty well.  I still need to get my end trimmed though...


One of the first things I did was to purge all my bad hair care products and add some that are little bit better for my hair.  Which brings me to a new line that I found.  It's called  "Real Me" by nuNaat.  Especially for made natural hair, these new products are free of Sodium Chloride, mineral oils, parabens, and sulfates. And the best thing about it is anyone with any hair type can use it.

I received the Real Me Curl to Coil Shampoo, Conditioner, Natural curl activator, Pick Me Up sheen, Perfect Do pomade, and the Blast of Shine hair mask.

The shampoo didn't really suds well, as most sulfate free shampoo don't.  I always wash my hair twice to remove product build up and get it nice and clean.  I noticed that the second round lathers just fine.

Both conditioners seemed to be o.k.  Nothing fancy.  And, I didn't care or the oil sheen.  It ended up being a squirt bottle of oil that you pump out.  I prefer spray oil sheen.  Those seem to have more coverage.

before, and after

But the products I am most excited about are the pomade and natural curl activate, but not for my hair (since I'm not natural).  My boys!  They have natural curly hair and these worked wonders in bringing definition to their curly crops.  I love these two, especially the curl activator.  But I did notice that if you put too much of the clear gel activator it will dry a little white.  Now we don't want that do we!

What products do you use on your kids hair?

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.


  1. I used Pantene BB cream on my boy's hair. His hair is a lot more Indian than his sisters. The girls use Carol's Daughter oil and a couple other things I am unsure of.

    1. My daughters hair is very thick and my boys seem to have more manageable hair. Seems unfair since all they do is cut it!


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