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As a last-minute defense against frizz, we've been known to sport a topknot and be done with it, but sometimes we just want to let our hair down. Luckily, this gentle shampoo is specially formulated to tame frizzed-out and tangle-prone hair. Enriched with olive oil and rice protein, it leaves our hair stronger, softer, and silky-smooth—for a style that's lightyears more manageable.
Does what it supposed too. My hair is way softer now and I could use the sample multiple times.5
This shampoo worked fine, but it did nothing to impress me. It is for frizzy/dry hair. My hair does frizz some, but it is not dry. I can't help but wonder if I would like it better if I had received the correct type for my hair3
This isn't for my hair type so I can't evaluate its smoothing claim, but it moisturized my hair and made it smell amazing3
I don't know what it is about Davine's but they always nail it! I have frizzy, crazy hair and this makes it lovely without making it go flat5
Cleans hair well. You only need a small amount just like most quality shampoos.4
I have naturally frizzy hair because I live in hawaii. I'm always looking for a good shampoo. I have to say it works really well and smells great. I was actually very pleased with the sample size too. Usually they are rather small.4
I didn't love the smell and left my hair feeling pretty gritty but I am really happy with the way my hair dried and would therefore recommend this shampoo.4
I have color treated hair (neons) so I prefer to use products geared toward helping my color last. This was not one of those products, but I still liked trying it.3
This is some good stuff. My hair looks and feels amazing.5
Never feels quite concentrated enough, it's sort of goopy but my hair seems to require more of the shampoo than I would expect it to need. Very gentle but I'm not always sold on how well it works for its intended purpose.4