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NYC-based Hair Rules wants women to love experimenting with their style outside of the salon, which is why they’ve created a haircare line to help along the way. This moisturizing treatment does exactly what it’s supposed to do (read: hydrate, condition, and loosen knots) and nothing else (like weigh down your hair or leave behind residue). It’s a leave-in that will actually leaven your locks.
Although I don't generally use a leave in moisturizer, I do tend to have to switch up my products based on the season. This product, combined with my usual styling product (which on its own doesn't cut it during the colder/dryer months), does produce a good outcome.4
This product didn't make a huge impact on me. The formula was nice and it's on the thick side however it wasn't as moisturizing for my thick damaged hair. I enjoyed the scent.3
I enjoyed the scent, natural ingredients, It made my hair feel nourished.5
It was a nice product, but I use another that I am very happy with!4
After using this product I decided if I had to use again I would wash it out so not to make my hair oily. It made it limp and left a build up on it.3
I just recently had my hair colored, which of course left my hair feeling thirsty, and this product made my hair feel great again.5
Smells amazing, works very well, and i love the packaging! This is a well recommended product for anyone looking for a new hair product.4
I liked this shampoo, however it is hard to get used to the low/no lather formula. Otherwise, the shampoo was very good.4
I love leave-in conditioners. Over the years, my hair needs have changed. I liked the small dab that worked well into my hair, didn't leave my hair feeling weighted down or greasy.5
I have very thick long hair and this was virtually useless for me. It did have a nice scent and was very light. I think it would probably be great for someone with thin hair, but for me it just does not do enough. I had to go back and use my regular leave in conditional even after using this.3