The Best Hair Products for a Gorgeous Mane, According to Influensters
It's A 10 Miracle Leave-In 2 oz.
I bleached my hair and fried it so bad I cried. It's a 10 leave in treatment helped the condition of my hair SO much. I used it everytime I washed my hair and slowly but surely my hair was in the best condition it has been.
This is my holy grail leave in conditioner. It smells heavenly and it leaves my hair so soft. If I don't use this conditioner I find my hair feeling super dry at the ends. I highly recommend this product.
I love this stuff. It lasts a long time and is safe for color treated hair. It smells nice and makes the hair pretty smooth. It is better than most everything I've tried. I am very satisfied with it.
This product is amazing. I thought I was going to have to cut all my hair off after my friend decided to put it in a huge dreadlock. I had tried everything. Someone suggested this and now this is my go to leave in conditioner.
I received this in a beauty box subscription and I love it. I recently ran out and was surprised to find it at my local Walgreens. I thought I would only be able to find this in salons. Score!
Have been using this product for a while and it works very well after a shower. The smell is great and lasts all day. Would say that is great for smoothing my split ends and adding shine. This product is amazing
I just put this in after a shower, and it's like liquid gold for your hair. Fixes broken ends. It also smells really nice. A little pricy, but a little goes a long way
Love this stuff! Makes my hair feel so silky after a blow dry. I like to use it on wet hair, but I'm sure it would work on dry hair depending upon your personal texture.
I absolutely love this product it really does work miracles. Usually when I first get my hair highlighted it's impossible to brush but with a little spray i can brush it without a problem.
Works well although it sometimes feels heavy. Over all not a bad product. Smells good. Would definitely recommend. It is quite pricey for the amount
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