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Situation: Your hair is dry and brittle and you’re a few weeks (perhaps a few paychecks) away from a trim. Solution: A super-hydrating leave-in treatment. We’re partial to Number 4’s™ Lumiere d’hiver Reconstructing Masque because it infuses moisture and protein (the two things that hair needs most!) into strands, leaving our hair soft, shiny, and in far better shape than it was before.
I thought this went on nicely. Smell is not my favorite -- but not intrusive. It rinsed pretty well. I followed the instructions and rinsed thoroughly, but this gave my fine but fairly full bodied hair a dull and waxy feel. My hair didn't feel nourished.1
No effective on my thick dry/ coarse hair. Used after the clarifying shampoo and did not feel conditioned at all.1
I was not impressed. It didn't really do amazing things for my hair, it didn't feel like anything other than cheap over-perfumed conditioner/rinse. It wasn't spectacular like I thought with the way it was being presented. I get better results from drug store brands alone. This isn't worth it to me.1
I don't recommend this product. It left my hair feeling greasy.1
I used this after using the shampoo and it did nothing for my hair. Not impressed.1
It really did nothing for my hair. My hair is in great condition, and that may be the reason why I didn't see any difference.1
This product does not smell good and leaves my hair frizzy.1
This sample isn't even a sample. I didn't even have enough to condition my hair because the sample was too small. What little bit I got out was awful. Blahhh!1
I'm all about texture and this product actually made my hair feel drier.1
I have thick curly hair so maybe this just wasn't the right hair product for my type of hair. I did not like the easy it left my hair feeling afterwards. It made it feel thick, coarse and oily/heavy. It reminded me of the cheapest brands of shampoos available at the drugstores.1