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As self-confessed blow dryer addicts, we put our hair through a lot. To keep our strands from a meltdown, we use this leave-in conditioning mist. It doesn't just protect hair from heat damage, it also doubles as a color protector and UV shield. The sulfate-free formula has a pretty floral scent thanks to white freesia, amber, and musk, and natural conditioners like black currant and soy yogurt restore hydration.
nothing special. wont be purchasing. same as others1
Didn't do much difference to hair. Smell can be a by overwhelming and texture is too sticky1
The smell is awful. It's like a chocolate smell that I couldn't wash away for two days. I kept smelling it and it was especially awful when I was working out. I don't think I'll even use the whole sample that I got because of it.1
I absolutely hate this smell. It smells like a mango without the fruitiness and mixed with black pepper. It also doesn't work on my hairtype (4C) and I get angry having to smell this in my kids' hair1
Didn't care for this sample at all & I love blow creams1
no I don't want shampoos .-. it smelt funny
honestly it smelt like a old women
this product smelled AWFUL. don't want to waste it so i used it as a detangler before showering so the scent won't linger. definitely did not detangle my hair, so this is a definite no for me.1
This product felt like "product". I prefer my hair to be light, and this spray felt like hairspray in my hair.1
I have never disliked a product so much. My little sample bottle had a crocodile on it which was appropriate because that's what it smelled like. Never have I ever used a hair product that smelled so bad. Plus it did nothing for my hair. This smelled as bad as non fat, sugar free, dairy free, ice cream tastes ply it was just as useless. Awful, awful, awful.1
I haven't tried this. I have my own heat protectant and I looove the one I have. Eventually I will give this a try and see how it is.1