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Natural Hair Care Product Spotlight: Motions Straight Finish

Nearly half of African-American women who go natural want versatility when it comes to hair styling options.  Thanks to Motions Straight Finish Heat Styled System, going from kinky-curly to straight without any chemicals just got a whole lot easier.



The products are meant to be used with heat--either with a blow dryer or flat iron or a combo of both.  But after using the Straight Finish line, your hair's curl pattern will bounce back immediately after one wash.

With a blend of natural oils and Keratin protein, the unique, smoothing, salon-tested formulas prep, protect and seal naturally curly hair, allowing for optimal straightening results. I haven't tried the system yet, but I grew up using Motions and I'll give it a whirl the next time I get a blow-out.

Here's how the 3-step, bounce-back system works:

Step 1: Straight Finish Cleanser ($6.99) includes a blend of Shea Butter, Soy Bean Oil and Keratin Protein to gently cleanse, soften and condition hair.  It also promises to detangle, while elongating curls.

Step 2: Straight Finish Leave-In Conditioner ($6.99) includes an intensive blend of Argan Oil, Coconut  Oil and Keratin Protein that moisturize and help protect the hair.

Step 3: Straight Finish Sealer ($6.99) seals the hair shaft, minimizes fly-away ends and leaves a luminous shine with a blend of Argan Oil, Almond Oil and Keratin Protein.






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