OK, well this is yet another product in the IT’S A 10 product line that I have tried. There is not much more for me to say that I haven’t already said in reviews of other IT’S A 10 products I have used. So if you have read some of the others & find im’ repeating myself, I do apologize.
I have just started using this Silk In10sives Leave-In Conditioner in conjugation with several other products such as the shampoo, conditioners, masks & leave in sprays. I would also like to make not of the fact that I have very long straight fine & now very very damaged lightened hair. And when I say damaged, I mean super damaged hair. There is very little out there that will help when my hair gets this bad outside of cutting it. (Which I'm doing slowly, once a week in small trimmings)
Up until I started using the products together, I had a heck of a time being able to wrangle my hair after a shower. Couldn’t get my fingers through it to the ends after toweling it dry. Brushing it when it was dry was just as destructive due to all the damage, knots & tangling. Since I started using this with the other IT’S A 10 products it has been a complete change. Between the product use & regular trimmings, I'm not having nearly as much breakage left in the brush like I was.
I would also like to point out that everybody’s hair is different. I can’t tell you the number of other brands of hair products I have tried that work great for others with the same hair type as mine, but did almost nothing for me & the condition of my hair. I personally have noticed that I get better results by using a combination of the Silk Express, & their line for Blonds instead of using just one specific line of theirs.
As I have stated for the other IT’S A 10 products, I would have no problems at all with recommending giving this or any other of their products a try. It is well worth it.
This dewy-fresh, fruity-leafy effect reminds me of various shampoos I've used, but fortunately it's not the entire story. It's followed by a honeyed floral that reminds me of mimosa (the kind also known as "pink silk tree"), which is a nice surprise. Mod Noir's heart is an airy duet of gardenia and tuberose; the tuberose isn't indolic, and the gardenia isn't particularly lush or creamy, but they're there, and not just as a generic swirl of "flowers." Mod Noir bloomed nicely on my skin on a warm, humid day, when the florals were most identifiable and the whole thing eventually wrapped up in a drop of vanilla cream and a very sheer musk. On another, cooler day, it felt a little flatter overall.