blue magic

I feel like I have been scammed, but I haven’t.. I just didn’t read.

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So, I was browsing my local wally world's hair supply area when I came across this:

Blue Magic has a coconut oil!? I grabbed it off the shelf and finished my shopping. I hadn't had time to use it since I got it, but when I finally got a chance, I was uber excited. I used it to condition my hair. After about 20 minutes though, something strange had happened.
My hair...felt stiff. I looked like my hair had been replaced with Dj Pauly D's

It was not attractive. My hair felt horrible. What the hell was in this stuff? I turned the jar over and lo and behold the first ingredient? Petrolatum. W.T.F.
So, Blue Magic, you are marketing a coconut oil when coconut oil isn't even the first ingredient on the list!? (For those of you that do not know, in an ingredient list, the first listed ingredient is the one that is most prevalent in your item)
I felt swindled, bamboozled, runamuck!

But then I realized.. It was my fault. I saw the packaging label and just like a kid I purchased without delving further. I am impulsive, and I have to consistently remind myself to "stop and look." Stop and look at what you are purchasing. Not just for my hair, but for pretty much anything that I do.

So here is your heads up everyone..Blue Magic.. stay away!