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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.
heavy and greasy, loaded with silicones. this is exactly the kind of product I avoid as a dedicated curly girl. and the price is just ridiculous.1
Very greasy product, not moisturizing but more like a greasy strong perfume. I honestly just tossed it away...1
smelled fine and felt fine. The only problem is I felt like I was covered in glitter. not sure why the shinny element had to e glitter.1
this product is meant for a thicker head of hair. it really just greased mine down. i have fine, thin, straight hai- really doesnt work at all with my hair type. i washed it right out and started over.1
This product made my very curly and wavy hair stiff, tangled, and too voluminous.1
I did not like this product. I tried it twice, the 2nd time using more product however, it still did nothing for me. Left my hair frizzy.1
its ok. I rather use my Brigeo conditioner, not worth the 50 bucks IMO1
Didn't really do anything to my hair that a cheap oil from the grocery store couldn't do.1
This stuff looks and acts like lotion, it's just marketed for hair. My hair is in pretty great condition already so this product just made my hair limp and took all the volume out of it. Pretty sure I could just use regular lotion and get the same results.1
My hair is prone to being oily, and this did nothing but exacerbate the problem.1