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The hair-centric among us have one burning question for Blake Lively: how does she get those gorgeous waves? Though our curiosity may never be fully satisfied, we can all get better hair with this shine-enhancing conditioner, which was inspired by the “Gossip Girl” star. Specially designed for long hair, it detangles knots, repairs damage, and glossifies each strand. Next up: show-stealing locks worthy of a red carpet premiere.
I really liked both the shampoo and conditioner. Made my hair soft and shiny.4
I liked the product, it had a nice smell. It made my hair shiny and smooth. I wish there was a bigger sample, it usually takes a few applications to see complete results and the sample size was only enough for one time.4
It has a beautiful smell! But In My sample It only had about a pea size amount, and i have THICK hair! lol So It was not enough to properly judge the quality of it. Karâ™¥Bee4
Conditioner is Conditioner to me...and since i have short curly hair it doesnt appeal to me. But I tried it and it smelled good.4
This product is for long, fine hair. My hair isn't too long, so I don't think I really got the maximum benefit of using this product. It smelled nice though.4
This worked well on my thick medium length hair. Smelled pleasant and made my hair soft and smooth.4
I didn't notice anything special about it at first, but after drying and styling my hair, it did feel fuller and softer.4
I washed my hair this morning with the shampoo and conditioner, and added the oil before blow-drying. My hair wasn't remarkable, but I felt like I had a good hair day. Moderate volume, moderate shine. I'm not sure I think it's worth the money, though.4
I liked the smell of the product as well as how it made my hair feel after using.4
This made my hair silky without weighing it down. I have curly hair and happened to use it on a very hot and humid day. By 5 p.m., I was pleasantly surprised by how fresh and "un-fuzzy" my hair looked.4