Is Curl Renew Good for Your ‘Do?

I recently tried Curl Renew on Bear’s hair in another attempt to see what is the best spray for his curls and potential frizz. I have to admit, this is a fun experiment because his curls are well, super curly and there are a lot of products on the market for him. (So, all you curly-haired fans, this is a treat for you!)

Now we know the player, let’s review how this game is played:


It’s a spray. Nice and light.


Very light. Honestly, there really isn’t that much of a smell. Not heavy which is good if you have a sensitive nose like I do.


Cheap! I paid $3.95 for this.


The Routine:

I would typically use this after I shampooed/conditioned or co-washed his hair. If I haven’t done neither of those, I would saturate his hair with just plain water.

The Result:

The night of:


The morning after:


I normally try to detangle Bear’s hair the night before so when he wakes up, it’s just one less thing to worry about.

The Review:


  • The Garnier Fructis brand is available practically everywhere. I got this one at CVS.
  • It’s cheap. So ridiculously cheap. The Garnier Fructis brand is known for its affordability.
  • It’s very light in texture and fragrance.
  • I think it works best on Type 2 and Type 3 hair. 


  • While it boasts of being anti-frizz, it’s not a miracle worker. Your hair will still frizz up eventually. Bear’s hair does have some frizz so I would probably have to put some more on.
  • I don’t believe it’ll work that well on Type 4 hair, as I tried on myself and didn’t see/feel much of a difference.

In conclusion, I do recommend this if you have Type 2 or Type 3 hair. For Type 4 hair, I don’t recommend this.

To purchase from Amazon, just click on the main picture. 🙂


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