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Fine to normal hair may not be the most troublesome to tame, but it still deserves to be treated to a sumptuous conditioning experience. Enter Bain de Terre’s Macadamia Oil Nourishing Conditioner. Paraben-free, richly restorative and deliciously scented, it gives fine tresses an extra oomph.
I've used a conditioner with macadamia oil in it before. This one was kind of similar. It smells great and left my hair feeling extra soft. The price is reasonable too!4
smooth, and made my dry hair feel nice, smells great4
I used this today after getting it in my birchbox this weekend and it left my hair so soft and requiring minimal styling. I will be buying as soon as I run out of my current shampoo/conditioner.5
I think it smells great and my hair was very soft! I did, however, feel like the conditioner was a little thin which made it difficult to work through my hair. But overall it was nice conditioner.4
It's a great products that's para en free! It smells nice and not too badly oriced2
I already use Davines Love series and feel like it does the job better. Love the scent of this one though!3
I have really thick long colored blonde hair and it was hard to get a comb though it after the shampoo and conditioner but when drying my hair is was really soft. I like the after affect but it was not fun trying to get the tangles out of my hair right after the shower.4
I was happy with this conditioner but it was nothing extra special. I've tried better and I've tried worse. Probably wouldn't buy it, but I would use it again.4
This conditioner gets the job done. It is definitely not for thin or oily hair. It has a light scent that is pleasant but doesn't linger. I just feel that it is no different than similar drug store products. However for the price it is not a bad purchase just not a spectacular one.4
This conditioner doesn't weigh my fine hair down which I enjoy, but still leaves it feeling soft and easy to style.4