The Palmer’s Natural Fusions Collection For The DIY Cocktail Naturalista

The Palmer's Natural Fusions Collection was created for the naturalista that likes to make DIY hair concoctions. I took it for a spin. Here's my thoughts.

Palmer's Natural Fusions Collection 4C Tapered TWA

The Palmer’s Natural Fusions Collection was created for the naturalista that likes to make DIY hair concoctions, but may not be sure what product combos work best together. The collection features 8 products with 95% naturally derived, ethically and sustainably sourced ingredients.  I attended the NYC Launch Party last week and received most of the products (with the exception of one) in my gift bag. So I decided to take the products for a spin on wash day.

Palmer's Natural Fusions Collection

Palmer’s Natural Fusions Micellar Rose Water Cleanser $8

This clarifying shampoo contains Micelles, molecules of cleansing oil suspended in rose water. Micelles are attracted to dirt and oil. So they are able to draw out impurities without stripping hair. Rose water washes away buildup and hydrates. The shampoo suds up nicely. It left my hair feeling squeaky clean, yet soft and moisturized with just one wash.

Palmer’s Natural Fusions Lavender Rose Water Conditioner $8

Infused with Lavender and Rose Water to replenish moisture and leave hair smoother, shiny and more manageable. I applied this conditioner to my hair after washing with the Micellar Rose Water Conditioner. I had some errands to run. So I put a plastic cap on along with a headwrap, and let the conditioner sit for a couple of hours. The conditioner has a lot of slip, so my hair was really easy to detangle. And it was soft and shiny on rinse out.

Palmer’s Natural Fusions Mallow Root Leave-In Conditioner $8

This leave-in gives the hair instant slip with Mallow-Root, a naturally slippery root from the marshmallow plant. It made it easy to comb away the last of my tangles. I sealed the conditioner with Avocado Oil from the Natural Fusions Shine & Hydration DIY Cocktail Kit…

Palmer's Natural Fusions DIY Cocktail Kit

The Natural Fusions DIY Cocktail Kit ($13) comes in two varieties- Healthy Scalp and Shine & Hydration. The oils are 100% naturally sourced and has no fillers, carriers or chemicals. You can cocktail them into your shampoo, conditioners and stylers to keep the scalp fresh and healthy, and boost hair’s moisture.

The Healthy Scalp DIY Cocktail Kit features three natural oils to boost & improve scalp health- Eucalyptus, Tea Tree and Jamaican Black Castor Oil. Eucalyptus Oil soothes itchy scalp, while tea tree oil detoxifies and JBCO moisturizes and protects.

The Shine & Hydration DIY Cocktail Kit features three natural oils to boost and amplify shine and moisture- Jojoba, Argan and Avocado Oil. Jojoba Oil boosts moisture, while Argan amplifies shine and Avocado softens and protects the hair.

Palmer's Natural Fusions 4C Hair Coils

After sealing in the leave-in with Avocado Oil, I styled my hair with the Natural Fusions Neem & Buruti Style Hold ($9). Neem Oil prevents dryness & flaking. While Buruti Oil helps maintain elasticity and calms frizz. Natural polymers gives hair a medium to firm hold to keep your style in place all day. I applied the style hold to my hair in sections, then styled with a little bit of Eco Styler Coconut Oil Gel since I need my style to last at least a week. I styled my hair using a combo of the shingling method and finger coils, then let it air dry overnight.

In the morning I applied the Natural Fusions Ceramide Monoi Hair Food Oil ($8) to my scalp to moisturize. The oil contains Hydro-Ceramides to seal the cuticle and replinish depleted hair. And Tahitian Monoi to boost shine and protect the hair follicle. I love the way my hair turned out. It’s moisturized and super shiny with a soft hold, and no flakes.


Palmer's Natural Fusions 4c Hair

The Palmer’s Natural Fusion Collection will be available exclusively at Walmart on April 1st. Some products are already available for pre-order.

Product(s) in this post were provided for review consideration. See my Disclosure page for additional information.

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