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When it comes to hairstylists, Oribe is something of a bad boy. The tattooed star is known for working with the likes of Jennifer Lopez and plenty of other pop icons. That’s why you should take his word for it that this cream is the difference between the usual out of control mop and a polished coif. The multitasking formula acts as both a leave-in conditioner and a styling cream, helping to calm and smooth coarse, thick, or fuller hair.
Not really in love with this. I prefer to use the oils and leave-in conditioner, but I guess some might prefer it and it was nice2
I love the cream but my sample hardly had any in it. just enough for one use. it did make my legs smooth2
I have normal, virgin hair. The product did not work for me, I'm sure it is intended for thick/coarse, color treated hair, or for those that use hot styling tools regularly. I do not.2
Too heavy/greasy for me. I only applied a small amount and my hair and scalp just wasn't having it.2
It is probably a fine hair moisturizer, but I did not notice a huge difference.2
This does nothing for my hair except make it heavy, which is a bummer. I always want things that add shine, strength, moisture, etc, this just make my hair heavy and flat without a shine bonus.2
I have thin, fine hair. It's really hard to find a product that helps with humidity frizz but doesn't make my hair look dirty or oily. This stuff smells lovely but it's just too heavy for my hair.2
Tried using it when my hair was frizzy and didn't do much. Then tried it as directed, as a leave in conditioner.. couldn't see any difference.2
But besides smelling great, left my hair sticky. I wouldn't recommend this for fine hair.2
I have oily hair and have to wash my hair everyday. This was a nadir no no for my oily prone hair.2