Product Review: MY DNA Defining Custard and Moisturizing Hair Butter

Until a recent excursion to a natural hair event, I’d never heard of MY DNA products. But whoa! I decided to try the samples of the Defining Custard and Moisturizing Hair Butter yesterday and was blown away immediately. I first washed my hair with Wen cleansing conditioner and then used the Ouidad Climate Control Heat & Humidity Gel before then applying the MY DNA Defining Custard. I diffused my hair and then applied the Moisturizing Hair Butter to my dried hair.

The two products made my hair super soft, not crunchy at all. I am usually not a fan of custards, but I have to admit this one was easy to use and a little went a long way. The hair butter was equally light and my hair really reflected this and felt light and fluffy without heavy products weighing it down.

I hope you can see how soft the curls are! They lasted all day and I'll be using the hair butter samples until they're used up this weekend. Love to try a new product that is totally worth the break from old favorites.
I hope you can see how soft the curls are! They lasted all day and I’ll be using the hair butter samples until they’re used up this weekend. Love to try a new product that is totally worth the break from old favorites.

Also, the MY DNA products are very affordable compared to many other natural hair lines and brands. The Defining Custard and Hair Butter both sale for $9.99 online.

According to the company’s website, the scientists at MY DNA “looked around the globe to find people who lived their life naturally and who used locally produced natural plant based ingredients to enhance their beauty. This resulted in the discovery of Monoi de Tahiti..” Monoi is the featured product ingredient in the MY DNA line. Monoi oil is made from soaking Tahitian gardenia petals in coconut oil.

If you are looking for a light hair butter and custard, I definitely recommend trying these two products.

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