First Impression: TGIN Review

Hey guys! Welcome back to my website.  I am coming to you today with a review of two products that I used last wash day. I have been wanting to try these products for a long time and finally picked them up from CVS.  The line that I’m talking about is the TGIN line, Thank God It’s Natural.

The first product that I picked up is the Honey Miracle Hair Mask, with raw honey and olive oil.  What it claim it does is restores life to dry, damaged or color treated hair, improve shine or manageability, locks in moisture and repairs damage, reduces shedding and breakage. I’m going to be holding this to a high standard.  What I really think I am going to like about it is the fact that it has honey in it. Honey has amazing benefits for your hair, for your skin, and body.  It’s an all around amazing natural product.

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I suggest that you put this in small sections throughout your hair from ends to root and then put a plastic cap over it.  Afterwards sit under a dryer for 10 to 15 minutes.  If you don’t have a dryer or choose not to use a dryer because you have errands to run you can put a cap on or something to help retain the heat on your head and then leave it on for 45 minutes to an hour.

The next product that I picked up from their line is a styling product.  This one is the Twist & Define Cream with coconut oil and vitamin E.  What they claim this product does is to create smooth, shiny, well defined twist and twist outs, gives stronghold and lasting curl definition, reduces frizz and fly aways, hydrates dry strands.

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The Honey Miracle Hair Mask cost me 17.99 at CVS, (I think it’s $14.99 on TGIN’s website and in Target) I am going to start applying the mask at the ends of my hair and working my way up.  A little bit goes a long way!!

I sat under the dryer for 15 minutes with my plastic cap. Once I was finished, my hair was so soft and bouncing. I’d stretch my hair and it would snap back instantly!

I finished my wash day routine and began using the Twist & Define Cream ($14.99 at CVS).  A little bit goes a long way with this product as well. Starting at the ends of my hair I’m going to work my way to the top, smoothing the product in.  To ensure the best twist out ever I like to detangle my hair again with a Denman brush and, additionally, this helps with smoothing the product in

Here is the final look! If you’d like to see how I got this look check out my video tutorial here.

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The twists are very shiny and have a hold to them.  It’s not crazy hard but it is a little texture.  If you don’t like it, all you have to do is scrunch on your hair and it will scrunch the crunch out.

The Honey Miracle Hair Mask is going to get a 5 out of 5 stars for me.  I love the way it made my hair feel afterwards.  It was so soft, very manageable, shiny, bouncy, it was amazing and the smell was just so sweet to top it off.

For the Twist and Define Cream, I’m going to give it a 4.5 out of 5 stars.  It did as it said it would. It gave me hold, it gave me definition, shine but I don’t really care for the smell and it’s a little bit too strong for my taste.  Other than that, TGIN you get a thumbs up for me.  I’ll definitely be using these again!

 

Until next time,

Xo Lania

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