Apr 23, 2012 - LOVE this product--it's my most common go-to curl refresher on non-wash days. Don't spray it directly into your hair--you're better off spraying it into your palm because it shoots out more as a stream than as a mist. It has a nice lavender scent. I sometimes use a touch of it after I wash my hair to seal in moisture before adding styling products. I usually use it on other days to re-add moisture and shine--it works better for me than misting sprays (misting sprays tend to make my hair limp). The spritz is very moisturizing and slippery, which is useful on hair that's already dry. Docked a curl cuz it's kind of expensive, but I do really like the product.
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Apr 23, 2012 - I understand and like the thought process behind this product...i just find that it doesn't do what it says. Every time i used it, it ENCOURAGED flyaways and frizz. I experimented with quantity--spray very lightly and I got the frizz; if I got more generous with the misting, I ended up with limp, sticky curls. I get better results splashing regular water on my hair. It smells nice, but it was useless for me.
Apr 23, 2012 - This is one of the all-around best conditioners out there, in my opinion. It helps me detangle my hair really easily, and works well as a rinse-out or a leave-in. I docked a curl because the product doesn't last long--I find that i have to use a lot of it, so I burn through a bottle quickly compared to other conditioners. At $12 a pop, when i use this as a rinse-out plus leave-in, as the directions suggest, it's not economical.