Aussie Miracle Curls Curl Refresher

Aussie Miracle Curls Curl Refresher

Since I rarely change my makeup and skincare routines, it appears that all of my ‘beauty’ posts are now about different products and processes I’m utilizing to style my curls! In my most recent hair post, I wrote about how much I love the Not Your Mother’s Curl Talk line with a more extensive diffusing method, but I’m also trying to make those ringlets last as long as possible. Enter the Aussie Miracle Curls Curl Refresher—a reactivator spray that tames frizz and gives my curls life once again! The product contains coconut and Australian jojoba oil without silicones or sulfates (and for a bargain at less than $5!). The main issue I have with second and third day hair is that my ringlets begin separating and I become a frizzy nightmare. I used to pull my hair up into a ponytail from the second day on, which means I put all of that work styling and diffusing into strict updos without any payoff. In order to keep my curls down for as long as possible, the Aussie Miracle Curls Curl Refresher is the perfect one product I need for extra hold and definition. When I wake up in the morning on the second or third day of my styling routine, I section my hair in half and pull both sides in front of my shoulders. I mist a bit of the Aussie Miracle Curls spray on any areas where I have excessive frizz, smooth them down with my palms, and scrunch each part up toward my head. I repeat that process on both sides until I feel like my curls look almost as good as day one. The best part of this product is that it actually makes my hair curlier within the next few days, so I’m left with tight ringlets that won’t budge from wind or humidity! If I go a little hard on the spraying, my hair can become a little crispy, so I would recommend misting the product in your hands first and then smoothing over the hair!



  1. P.D. Jonathan
    July 8, 2020 / 10:33 am

    Thanks for the tips! I’ve always had a problem with frizzy hair. Can’t wait to try this out!

    • nkakimoto
      July 8, 2020 / 5:18 pm

      I’ve noticed and I hope this helps you!