I tried the Aunt Jackie's Curl La La Defining Curl Custard when I was transitioning and after I BC'd.
It smells like sweetness. You REALLY have to keep the jar away from kids because they might just eat it. It just smells delicious..
It has a thick consistency, very spot on like a pudding.
I don't get white residue from using it.
When I was in transition, it didn't really work well to give me the curls I wanted. My hair was in two different textures.
Using it after my BC has been good so far. My curls are very tight and coilly (like a spring). I apply the Aunt Jackie's Curl La La Defining Curl Custard while my hair is damp (mostly wet) and I let it dry throughout the day as I go about my day. I make sure I work the pudding in all over my hair. When the days are warm, it dries quickly. More like a wash & go activity. Once my hair dries, it does not look weighed down by the product.
I love the spring-like curl definition that I get. it's more of a curl enhancer in this case for me since my coils already come looking like springs.
My hair stays moisturized for about 3 or so days. All I do on day 2 and 3 is sprits my hair with water and my cute culs come up popping as my hair dries. My hair remains soft to touch (a little bit sticky) and smells delicious.
I find there's hardly much need for reapplication on day 2 and 3.
Disclaimer: I have hair that would be classified as 4C by the natural hair community.