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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.
This conditioner seemed to work very well for me. That being said, it is expensive - more expensive than I would be willing to pay for my regular conditioner, and I didn't care for the scent. I also didn't like that you have to dry your hair before applying, and then rinse it out after a few minutes. It works well but it is too much trouble for my daily routine.3
I have been wanting to try this conditioner, along with its pairing shampoo, forever! I'm a little disappointed because the quality of the results are not any better than what I get from garnier's new whole blends shampoo and conditioner. I love the product but I wouldn't pay $82 for the set.4
This is a light conditioner which is good for hair that gets weighed down like mine. I just wish it was a little bit more hydrating. Overall a decent conditioner that added a little volume.3
It might take a few more uses to know for sure, but so far so good in terms of leaving my long hair feeling soft and without harmful sulfates that strip away my Brazilian blowout.4
This conditioner leaves my long straight hair silky and smooth, unfortunately its too pricey for me.5
I was surprised by how much I liked the shampoo but I was nowhere near as impressed with the conditioner. Smells good but is very weak/watery.2
I have been looking at this for awhile and was apprehensive because of the prince. It was nice, and it was happy for the sample but I doubt it will be purchased in the future5
I didn't hate nor love this product. It was just okay. It smelled okay, cleansed well but just not my favorite.3
This shampoo smells nice, lathers nice, but I wouldn’t say it turns into a mouse like foam as described. I don’t feel it made my hair feel or look all that different. Maybe it had slightly more volume, but not noticeable for the price $40/ bottle price tag. It was less expensive I’d likely consider buying for something different.3
The shampoo and conditioner dried my hair out. Not very happy with this brand at all.2