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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.
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
I liked this shampoo the smell was great same with lather. I would use it again but I'm not planning to purchase because it doesn't make me happier than my current shampoo the glossing shampoo from Fekkai.3
I think this conditioner needed a little more de-tangler. I had a hard time combing my hair after using this product. I love the shampoo, but not this so much.3
I rarely use conditioner, but love this product so much that I am buying the full size bottle. This line is AMAZING for my hair, and I am so glad I got to sample it. LOVE!5
I'm a hairstylist, and this was too comparable to generic conditioners. I use a tiny amount of conditioner just on my ends, and found this wayy to heavy!!3