Thursday, November 11, 2010

PRODUCT product REVIEW review!!! : Herbal Essences None of Your Frizzness Smoothing Leave-in cream

Product Description: leave it in and forget frizzing out.
with anti-frizz potion and a fusion of mandarin balm & pearls
i'm not a last resort; i'm like a smooth spa.
your cute, fuzzy head is in for a really rich treat. watch me lay frizz down with my formula, with a high dose of conditioning anti-frizz potion fused with extracts of mandarin balm & pearls. i help smooth every strand with my nourishing moisturizers so your frizzy halo becomes a smooth line all day long.
Directions: smooth my creaminess through wet or dry hair. leave me in. love it. help lose the frizz.
Ingredients: water, cyclopentasiloxane, dimethicone, citrus nobilis (mandarin orange) peel oil, pearl powder, fragrance/parfum, stearamidopropyl dimethylamine, cetyl alcohol, quaternium-18, benzyl alcohol, propylene glycol, stearyl alcohol, dmdm hydantoin, peg-2m, cetearyl alcohol, polysorbate-60, hydroxyethylcellulose, glyceryl stearate, oleyl alcohol, edta, citric acid.

I've been looking for this stuff forever and haven't been able to find it anywhere!!! I've seen rave reviews about it on just about every blog i could find, but never the product. Luckily, i found some this weekend in the BSS while taking my little cousin shopping and of course, being the product junkie that i am, i couldnt hesitate to try it out!!!
So what do i think?.......

Price? $5 That works for me
Consistency: Like a light/watery conditioner
As Far as taming frizz goes, yes, it does take the frizz down immensely. I used it on my little wash-n-go TWA alone to see how i would like it and how it would feel. I applied it to micro-fiber towel dryed hair and lifted with my pic at the roots. It gave me curl definition, tamed the frizz, smelled good, and even moisturized my hair. I do wish it added a little shine...

I will say that it would not be moisturizing enough for this New York winter weather so i will be trying it in conjunction with something else later or maybe just save it for when the weather gets warm again. I definitely want to try it to do twist-outs and braid-outs when my hair gets a little longer again too.

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