After this not-so-great experience, I decided to try using the True Nourishing Leave-In Conditioner as a detangler on my dry hair before I wash my hair. Using it as a detangler gave me much better results. The slip this conditioner provided was better than I've ever experienced. It allowed me to easily run my fingers through my hair and also my comb. I think my hair also felt more conditioned than normal after my wash.

I've also used the True Nourishing Leave-In Conditioner to help me get out knots and tangles between washes. I just apply a small amount directly to the knot or tangle and start working it out with my fingers.

What I like

What I don't like

While my likes are more than my dislikes, this leave-in conditioner just didn't perform well for me. I don't plan on throwing it away or giving it away but will continue to use it as a detangler. Once I've used up the bottle I probably won't repurchase it.

Update: Since I first tried The True Nourishing Leave-in Conditioner my hair has come to love it! It's now become one of my staple products and is a regular in my weekly wash day product line up.

Have you tried any of the True By Made Beautiful products?






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  1. Hey girlie, first off LOVE the new look of your blog! Secondly, great review. Oddly enough, for some reason even though I've been seeing this brand a lot online and in stores, it just hasn't appealed to me enough to want to try. This kinda confirms my feelings. I recently tried TGIN leave in and love it so far! I realized that *only* doing LOC may not be the best thing for my hair so I wanted to add a leave in back to my regimen.

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    1. Thank you!

      I've been seeing more about this brand online as well. I really wanted to like it, but I've come to realize my hair likes thick creams. Anything thin really doesn't do it for me. What's your go-to leave-in?

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