I have super thick, wavy, hair, which is on the drier side. I use All Soft shampoo + heavy cream (I need more moisture than the All Soft conditioner gives), and only wash my hair every other day. I recently got a shorter haircut than I am used to, and my hair was thinned out using a razor to give it some wispiness (BAD IDEA). Because my hair is so wavy, the ends went a little haywire, and I end up with waves VERY close to my scalp + curls farther down, and the bottom layer looks like it was thinned too much if I don't dry and straighten my hair.
Enter this leave in - it makes my hair look a thousand times better. It weighs down the hair in sort of a 'weightless' way - it just makes my hair smoother and helps it to lay better. Smells good, was $16 a bottle (I got mine at our new Ulta), and doesn't make my hair greasy.
Doesn't make my hair any noticeably softer, but seems to help reduce tangles after showering.
My hair is shoulder blade length, highlighted, fine, but a ton of it so I'm always walking a fine line between tangles/frizzy at the ends, or greasy and weighted down. Since Redken has chosen not to bring back Addictive, I thought this might be similar as a dual purpose leave in or wash out. It's not like Addictive--the consistency is more creamy than oily, but the effects are similar: soft smooth, tangle free. If you had truly frizzy hair, you might need a serum because this wouldn't be enough, but my ends just get snagglely and need a little smoothing.
I like that it isn't just silicone and my hair tends to like behentrimonium stuff. The smells is sort of a generic fake fruit which doesnt really do much for me, but I'll deal.
Ok, I have AA hair which can get a bit dry as I use a lot of heat. I really don't like cream leave-in conditioners because its usually too heavy or coating and I don't get the same body and bounce as I do with spray leave-ins. Prior to this, I was using matrix's moisture cure leave-in and it was nice but no where near as moisturizing or softening and I used a half bottle each time.
This stuff is amazing! Can't keep my hands out of my hair. Didn't have to use much product and it really does leave the hair supple; that's the perfect word to describe the way it makes my hair look and feel.
I am a leave-in conditioner addict, and have tried everything on the market (from the old-school Johnson & Johnson No More Tangles, to Redken's Anti-Snap leave-in) and although they all work, everything changed as soon as I bought the Supple Touch leave-in spray. This left my hair feeling like silk! And it smells so good! The price is a little bit hefty for me, so I wait until Redken has a Buy Two Get One sale. I use it every time I get out of the shower now.
This is the upgraded version of the Loreal evercreme leavein conditioner spray. the loreal one smells alot better but the classic all soft smell is fantasic. the allsoft spray has soy protien keratin, & Argan oil in it so this really moisturizes my hair better than the evercreme one but i still love the whole evercreme line the sulfate free shampoo is amazing. tthis spray would be best for people with very dry hair that needs both protien && moisture. the loreal ever creme spray would be best for normal to some what dry hair (: i still love both but this one is definitly my new fav. even tho redken ruined the all soft conditioner formula they got it right on point with the spray.
KERATIN ENRICH COMPLEX
Moisturizing Factor = Replenishment
Argan Oil = Intense Softness
INTERLOCK PROTEIN NETWORK
Rebuilds Surface Protection
Provides Progressive Conditioning
Strengthens Hairís Core