Free Natural Hair Product Samples
Who doesn’t love some free natural air product samples? You may be surprised to learn that they are pretty easy to obtain.
Miss Jessie’s (http://www.missjessies.com/shop/Free-Samples) allows you to order two free samples with your order as well as receive a free shampoo sample. Miss Jessie’s products are made specifically for natural hair
If you are one of the millions of Facebook users out there, you can like Dark and Lovely there to receive a free sample pack of Dark and Lovely Au Naturale hair products. Choose from 10-In-1 Styles Gelee, Coil Moisturizing Souffle, or Curl Defining Crème Glaze.
You may remember Te Dax brand from your childhood. They now make products specifically for natural and transitioning hair, and if you’re interested, you can get samples from them. They are not free, but $3 for a bunch of samples isn’t too bad! You can test the products and see what works for your hair. http://www.daxhaircare.com/store/dax-samples/samples/
Curls has created a brand new product called Cashmere Curls that you can try out for free!
http://www.curls.biz/index.php?page=cashmere-curls.html This product is 100% cashmere extract, which improves curl structure and the integrity and strength of your tresses. It can be used alone for styling or mixed with conditioner for a deep treatment. This product has been made specifically for naturals.
Komaza is offering a free sample of the Coconut Hair Pudding while their supplies last, so get it fast! http://komazahaircare.com/what-is-new-and-offers This pudding is a soft holding gel that combines cocoa butter, coconut oil and aloe vera. It retains moisture and gets rid of frizz, making it perfect for humid climates.
L’Oreal also offers many samples, some for free and some for a small fee. http://www.lorealparisusa.com/en/Offers.aspx You’ll have to register at their website, and you’ll receive lots more offers and promotions, too.
Remember, the terms for ordering these free natural hair product samples may change, so always read the fine print. As of this writing, all of these samples are only available for U.S. residents.