"It's a 10" - New line at Ulta

Well, new to me anyway - it's the first time I noticed it. It's not CG (it seems to have at least one 'cone I can see). I saw a leave in, shampoo,conditioner and a mask. They all claim to do 10 things (control frizz, make your hair soft, strenghten it, shine, volume - there is more but I don't know how to link).

I am curious about the leave in since I guess it's supposed to be a do it all. Anyone heard of it?
HG's: (I alternate)
DEP Sport Gel, B&A Gel, Aura Naturalle Gel
(gel from mid-length down only, all used over a leave in)

Method: Air dry 20 minutes, then blow dry for volume.

2/3 mix waves/curls - coarse, frizz prone, med. thick, porous, at-home color for gray, protein sensitive but I still need it sometimes, glycerin-sensitive (I think) in high humidity, NOT CG but like stuff w/o silicones and that rinses out clean, wash with regular S&C 2x a week.
the leave in miracle product gummed up my hair like mad. maybe it's the cyclomethicone?
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I used the leave-in miracle product for a while and I really liked it because it did detangle my hair nicely, but then I noticed it began building up in my hair after a little while. If you decide to try it, you really don't need that much of it because it sprays out quite a bit. I read reviews after I'd bought it that said to just spray each side, the back, and maybe the top of your hair once and that was all you needed.
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rinse-out/ leave-in: GFTN, CJAO, CJRM, TJ nourish, GVP Conditioning Balm
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it was more like a negative 10 for me! my hair HATED it and darn near jumped off my head and started picketing.

i gave the deep condish and leave in to my bff who relaxes her hair and she looooooooooves it. i actually notice more relaxed ladies love this stuff.
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It's a 10 is good if you like cones and don't overdo it. If you do overdo it and you don't like cones don't even bother. Each product is cone laden with Dimethicone, Amodimethicone, Cyclopentasiloxane, Cyclomethicone, or something.

The serum they have does have argan oil in it though.

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Last edited by rymorg2; 10-14-2010 at 03:52 AM. Reason: clarifying
I am not CG but I hate that build up/prouducty feeling. I will not even waste my time. Thanks!
HG's: (I alternate)
DEP Sport Gel, B&A Gel, Aura Naturalle Gel
(gel from mid-length down only, all used over a leave in)

Method: Air dry 20 minutes, then blow dry for volume.

2/3 mix waves/curls - coarse, frizz prone, med. thick, porous, at-home color for gray, protein sensitive but I still need it sometimes, glycerin-sensitive (I think) in high humidity, NOT CG but like stuff w/o silicones and that rinses out clean, wash with regular S&C 2x a week.

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