made my hair gritty, limp and gross feeling.
Like everyone else, trying to find that certain product that 'just works' is a long, costly, and sometimes painful process. Alas, I finally found the 'Hair Conditioner' for me at Sally's for $6.49 / 12oz... the Litre (33.8oz ) is $13.49.
First of all, it's LIGHT, and reminds me of the old 'creme rinses' we used to use back before the flood, *lol*. But, unlike those creme rinses, it actually does MOISTURIZE your hair.
It doesn't take much to SATURATE your hair either. For me, about a 50-cent-piece size rubbed in my hands and then thru my hair, (which is waist-length). I bought the bottle just to try, but will purchase the litre with a pump in the future.
It has a nice SCENT, but I can't name what it might smell like. Whatever it is, it, too, is light.
It RINSES clean, and I can COMB my hair easily after towel-drying.
And here's the absolute BEST PART-- as an experiment, I washed and then conditioned with this stuff. I used no styling products, nor any 'leave-in' anything. Nor did I blow my hair dry, or use any other styling tool. Just au natural. And, THREE days later, my hair is just as SOFT, SHINEY, and NOT STRINGY/STRAGGELY, (like you get with products that 'build-up'), as on the first day.
Go figure... after years and years of using a million different products, (and spending god-knows-how-much-money), I found a moisturizing hair conditioner that not only works, but works so well that I don't have to wash my hair so often. I can now have lovely hair for THREE DAYS RUNNING! My god, it's a miracle!
And I'm not kidding about the SHINE either. I mean, really, how many gimmicks have we fallen for out there? But, I must admit, this one delivers... my hair IS shinier.
Don't get me wrong, I use 'Silk Elements Deep Conditioner' when I give myself a Protein Pack every six/eight weeks, so I'm not unaccustomed to heavy-duty conditioning.
I just wanted a LIGHT, EASY, BREEZY conditioner for everyday use that worked for me. And I finally found it in this 'Diamond Shine Moisturizing Conditioner'.
It's certainly worth a try.