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evo love touch shine spray

Didn't work its magic for me...

I have bleached blonde hair which can start to look dry without the proper TLC. I got this to add as an 'after' blow dry spray. It definitely adds shine upon spraying it, but with brushing (or even no brushing) that quickly dissipated on my hair. I tried using it next on towel dried hair, but it left a strange, straw-like almost knotted texture on my hair. I've since just given up trying different ways to use it and tried it on my 5YO daughters hair as a detangle spray and it made her hair shiny and amazing. Just not for me I guess :)
Kérastase Initialiste Scalp & Hair ConcentrateKérastase Initialiste Scalp & Hair Concentrate
Kérastase Initialiste Scalp & Hair Concentrate


I have wavy/frizzy hair that tends to get oily on the day after a wash/condition (or immediately after sweating), but not with this magical serum. After a hard session at the gym, I simply rinse the sweat out and my hair is good for another day or two. I usually shampoo/condition every two days but i can stretch it out to every third or fourth when i use the concentrate. It has become one of the staple products in my beauty arsenal.
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O&M Frizzy Logic Shine Serum

Shiney McShine

You'd be forgiven if you thought the name of this product had anything to do with the piano genius from Shine, David Helfgott. After all, he had thick, curly, and unruly hair that could have benefited from some Frizzy Logic. Fortunately, I have tried this product, and Shiney McShine is an apt description.
I was worried it would be rather oily, and on first application I went a bit nuts, and while people had to avert their eyes from looking at me, when they did catch me in the pale moonlight there were many compliments. On second application, I had the portion downpat and it created a really beautiful lift to my hair, without the oilyness I had come to expect. It's fantastic for flyaways, doesn't weigh down the hair or volume, and is fantastic for the hair that doesn't manage to make it into the bun and sits on the nape. Those unruly vagabonds.
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ghd Root Lift Spray

You Gotta Lift

I purchased this product after reading a superb little book by Rubi Jones that encouraged a root lifter to achieve certain hairstyles. I have never used a root lifter, and frankly the name sounds a little dirty and super weird to say out loud, so I opted to order it online through here.
I found it gave really great texture, but not anything that I couldn't achieve from a dry shampoo. It doesn't leave any kind of residue though, and has a really alluring masculine smell. So, if you're single and lonely, it's almost like going on a date with a real life man, except he doesn't talk, but makes your hair look really voluminous. I'm actually a little addicted to the smell, but feel as though this product could give greater lift. It would be perfect for fine hair, but more product is needed for this thick and curly mane.
It's very weightless, not sticky or greasy, or even great for a pick-me-up between washes. Use on damp hair and Bob's your Uncle. Unless he's not.

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