BluMaan Cavalier Clay

“BluMaan Cavalier Clay works with your hair to create extreme texture that will turn heads. From the classic to the creative, you can count on Cavalier Heavy Clay’s strong hold to make your hairstyle last all day. It will nourish and strengthen your hair with organic oils, natural proteins and amino acids.”

Product Rating: 2
Packaging: 2 Star
Smell: 4 Star
Application: 4 Star
Finish: 3 Star
Washability: 2 Star
Consistency: 4 Star
Hold: 4 Star
Value: 3 Star
Shine Scale: 2 Star
Overall: 3 Star

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MFH says

A collaboration between BluMaan and YouTube creator Cameron Cretney.

The products starts dry in your hands but works up to feeling more oily.

Easy to apply and style. Leaves hair with a natural, undetectable finish. My favourite product from the BluMaan range.

How to use it

Take a small amount and spread it evenly across both palms. Rub your hands together to warm it up. Once the clay is smooth, push your hands through your hair until you get the loose, messy and relaxed hairstyle you desire. Or grab your comb for a cleaner look. Apply more product if necessary until you achieve the style and hold you’re looking for.

 

Ingredients

Paraffinum liquidum, beeswax, ricinus communis (castor) seed oil, bentonite, hydrogenated castor oil, VP/VA copolymer (firming agent), water (aqua), kaolin, ethylhexyl stearate, silica, ceteareth-25, glycerin, PVP (firming agent), PEG-7 glyceryl cocoate, PEG-16 macadamia glycerides, jojoba esters, fragrance (parfum), propylene glycol, butylene glycol, phenoxyethanol, tocopherol, hydrolyzed rice proteins, hydrolyzed quinoa, ethylhexylglycerin, titanium dioxide, simmondsia chinensis (organic jojoba) seed oil, persea gratissima (organic avocado) oil, helianthus annuus (organic sunflower) seed oil, dog rosa canina (organic rose hip) oil, carthamus tinctorius (organic safflower) seed oil, argania spinosa kernel (organic argan) oil, sodium PCA, sodium lactate, arginine (L-arginine), aspartic acid (L-aspartic acid), PCA, glycine, alanine (L-alanine), serine (L-serine), valine (L-valine), threonine (L-threonine), proline (L-proline), phenylalanine (L-phenylaline), isoleucine (L-isoleucine) and histidine (L-histidine).

 

 

 

 

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  • Sebastian says:

    I giave it a shot and I found it interesting, but then my wife, Ph.D in cosmetics ingredients, came by and told me to throw it away. There´s some research showing links with Petrolatum and skin cancer, and I will not take the chance with this cheap Blumaan thing

    Product Rating: 1
  • Rumman raad says:

    Solid versatile clay with hair benefits.

    Product Rating: 5
  • Stuart says:

    This is the best BluMaan product, but, as all their line, it is not really the best for your hairs health (even though they advertise as they are)
    Due to it’s insoluble nature, petrolatum is able to block in moisture(water) within the skin/scalp. It is stated as having excellent occlusivity by coating the stratum corneum (a subdivision of the epidermis) and preventing rapid water loss. Water in our body is lost through evaporation, hence the constant need to ‘refill’ our bodies with water.

    If we are taking in a sufficient level of water content in our bodies therefore, petrolatum would assist in maintaining this moisture in our body or more specifically our hair by coating the cuticle/scalp with a heavy ‘film’, helping to prevent the moisture from escaping.

    If we are dehydrated however, or not drinking sufficient water, our body will supply little moisture to the upper layers of our skin/scalp, and we will have to rely on moisturizing products to hydrate our scalp/hair. If the scalp/hair is laden down with heavy petrolatum, much penetration will not occur. We will therefore not be able to provide a sufficient amount of critical moisture that our hair needs to thrive. The only way we will be able to ‘get rid’ of these heavy oils/substances would be to use a detergent, which strips the hair depending on it’s strength. When the hair is stripped we then have to try and get back moisture in, and once again seal in that moisture. Thus the cycle continues.

    In conclusion, no one should use a product with so much petrolatum in it – as Cavalier – everyday.

    Product Rating: 1
    • Tom says:

      Interesting. I didn’t know about that. but i realized that i can’t find a single matte clay pomade that does not have petrolatum. Do you have any recommendations?