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EDEN BodyWorks Coconut Shea Control Edge Gel
Sally Item # SBS-649540
In Stock Online
Available In Sally Stores
- Lightweight formula will not create build up
- No flakes, no stickiness, non-greasy
- Great for tapered cuts, spiked ‘dos, slick-back styles, and twist definition
EDEN BodyWorks Coconut Shea Control Glaze Edge Gel provides a firm, manageable hold along the hairline and/or hair shaft to preserve desired styles. Blended with Coconut Oil and Shea Butter, this formula will not dry hair out.
Use Control Glaze Edge Gel to lay down edges along the hairline and to preserve curly textured styles.
Apply edge gel using finger tips for easier distribution when molding or smoothing hair. Works well on wet styles or dry hair.
Water, Ceteareth-20, PEG-7 Glyceryl Cocoate, Cocos Nucifera (Coconut) Oil, Aloe Barbadensis (Aloe Vera) Leaf Juice, PEG-50 Shea Butter
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Natural Hair Hall of Famer You will never use hair gel again! This stuff is the perfect consistency. I've completely gotten off the ECO Styler Oliver Oil hair gel train in favor of this product. It slicks down the edges of my very kinky-coily 4a/4b hair. I can even use it when I'm making updo's, flat twists, and ponytail puffs. It does leave a lot of shine so I do recommend working the product in with a soft bristled brush or toothbrush. It holds all day and I can refresh it with water so that I'm not causing build up on my hair. November 25, 2013
SHOCKER I recently looked up great gels to use for natural African American hair and among the list was this product. I decided to try it out. Yes the container is small. My immediate reaction was I'm not paying $8 for this. But I ended up paying for it anyway with my coupon lol. It's NOT your typical gel. Just as the name states it is more of a glaze. It's hard but all you need is a little bit. It is sticky and hard when you put on your hair at first but after a couple of minutes your hair instantly becomes soft and pretty. This should last you for a while if you don't use to much which I think is hard to do anyway. I have 4b/4c type of hair and it works GREAT. August 23, 2013
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