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While ‘wash and wear’ is fine and dandy for some, curly hair girls know that it takes a bit more effort to get gorgeous hair every day. To that end, Ouidad’s Climate Control Heat & Humidity Gel is a lifesaver, with a unique formula that responds (read: defrizzes) to humidity. We love how the formula tames frizz and coaxes unruly curls into shape without leaving them crunchy.
I tried this product hoping it would be as awesome as it smells. Still frizzy after air drying my hair. I'll give it another try but so far it's a no thanks, I'll keep mine.3
I liked the sample size because it gave me the opportunity to try it a few times. I was excited to see this would help with dealing with humidity but it really didn't pass the test. I first tried it on top of a gel that I use and it did caused my curls to look nice but when I tried it by itself, it gave me loose curls and frizz. Wasn't really a fan.3
I've never really been a fan of putting liquids or gels in my hair. No matter what they always leave my hair with a weird grit to it...this product was one exception.3
This left my hair feeling crunchier than my normal devacurl lightweight gel. I enjoyed the chance to try it but will not be switching.3
My hair is really stubborn. I like this product, it smells fresh and goes on smooth. I just need something a little more heavy duty for my locks.3
Good smell but it's hard to tell how much will make your hair look good versus sticky3
went on smoothly and didn't leave any color on hands3
I have curly/wavy hair. This product did't do anything more for me than drug store gel. Maybe if I had super curly hair it would do something else. But it just weighed down my hair.3
I wasn't really impressed with this product. But I have a hard time finding things I really like for my hair.3
The hype is real this is an amazing gel I am definitely purchasing the full size3