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Brown Box Hair Product Reviews

Hey guys! I'm back with another post in this series. I used these products when I washed my hair last week. This review is going to be on a few products from Nothing But Hair line. There was a sample pack with shampoo, conditioner, hair mask and styling products that I was really interested in trying out. I loved that it didn't contain any parabins, sulfates or other harsh minerals that can be damaging to your hair. Everything that I'm about to review can be found directly on the company website and in Sally's, Walmart and Rite Aid.

Nothing But Clarifying Shampoo and Cleansing Conditioner

After washing out my hair treatment, I started with the shampoo. A little goes a long way with this product. I didn't need too much of the shampoo to cleanse my hair. It lathered up really nice and made my hair feel really clean and soft. It also smelled so amazing. I used the conditioner after the shampoo and there wasn't enough in the sample pack for me. I like to use a lot to help detangle my hair. I liked how thick the conditioner was and did leave my hair feeling soft. The full size of the shampoo is 7.99 and the conditioner is 8.99. I would use this shampoo and conditioner again. 

Nothing But Intense Healing Mask

I used this mask as my deep conditioner after cleansing my hair. I loved how thick this mask was and how it made it easy to detangle my hair. It left my hair feeling so soft and manageable. The full size container runs for 10.99. This will be on my list to purchase when I used up my other deep conditioners.

Nothing But Pure Pudding

I honestly thought I wasn't going to have enough product to style my hair but I actually did. I used this pure pudding to help style my hair. I liked the thick consistency of this product and loved how my hair looked after taking down my twistout. It gave my hair great definition and it was a soft hold on my hair. Here is a picture of my hair the day I took my twist out.

And a couple days later

This pure pudding is 7.99 and this will be a repurchase.

Nothing But Curl Sealer

I was very curious about this product. It is supposed to tame frizz and help your style last for a while. I was impressed that my hair did not frizz much at all. I smoothed this over my hair after I twisted it and it really helped keep my hair looking great for the majority of the week. It also helped with keeping my hair moisturized. I think I may start using curl sealers more often. This one runs about 7.99.

So that is it for this review. I loved everything that I used and it worked so well with my hair. I will have an updated hair routine coming soon along with reviews on some new hair products. Have you used these products before? What were your thoughts on them? Comment below and let me know!!

~** Drea Notes**~

I think Summer has officially arrived lol! It has been so hot lately!

I survived my 2 month No Buy!! Yay! I haven't purchased anything yet!!


  1. i'm glad you found some stuff that worked!

    1. Thanks Elle, I am too! Its trial and error until you find products that really work with your hair!


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