Well...this smells good. But pales in comparison to my Pureology conditioner that I love. Won't repurchase.
This stuff smells like heaven, but that's about all I liked about it. It's VERY heavy, and leaves your hair feeling very coated. I have kind of fine hair, which is about 3/4 virgin (growing out color), but I even gave it and the matching conditioner to my bestie and she hated it more than me! And she has long color treated hair. So, maybe someone with super coarse unruly hair might like this, but normal hair gals, steer clear!
I have both the nouishing and intense nourishing shampoos and conditioners from this line, so you might call me a fan :) I like this better than the intense nourishing version and understood why after reviewing the ingredients list.
Water (Aqua) , Cetearyl Alcohol , Helianthus Annuus (Sunflower) Seed Oil , Behentrimonium Chloride , Glycerin , Cetyl Esters , Stearamidopropyl Dimethylamine , Fragrance , Quaternium 87 , Isopropyl Alcohol , Hydroxyethylcellulose , Propylene Glycol , Caprylyl Glycol , Benzoic Acid , Citric Acid , Camelina Sativa Seed Oil , Prunus Armeniaca Kernal Oil , Vitis Vinifera Seed Oil , Vitis Vinifera (Grape) Seed Oil , Hexyl Cinnamal , Linalool , Caramel , Yellow 5 (Cl 19140) , Triethanolamine
My hair really likes sunflower seed oil. I remember picking up a Marc Anthony conditioner for blonde hair from the 99 cent only store and loving it. It also had sunflower seed oil at the top of the ingredients list. Unfortunately, I could never find it anywhere also since Marc Anthony's new conditioner for blonde hair had a different formulation, but now I can be happy again.
My hair is dry and colored and this makes it shinier and smoother, but doesn't way it down. It's totally HG for me.
Lovely this L'Oreal, make my hair beautiful and smooth. wanna buy again
I was really excited about this line. I have medium length, wavy hair that has been color-treated as well as heat-styled. I bought both the EverCreme shampoo and conditioner. The shampoo is very thick and creamy; a little goes a long way. The conditioner is almost the same consistency as the shampoo. The first couple of days, I thought I had found *the* combo that would lead to great hair. My hair felt very soft after I washed/conditioned it. When I blow-dried it, it still felt awesome. I used this line a total of three times. The third time, my hair was a mess! It was SO DRY, to the point where all I could do was wear it in a ponytail. I had gotten it cut only a couple of weeks prior, and it had been healthy before, so I knew it was this shampoo and conditioner. I actually ended up going to get another haircut because my hair felt so awful. I am sad that this stuff didn't work out; not sure what to do with it because I have two bottles of product sitting 3/4 of the way full in my shower. Maybe it just depends on your hair type. Also, people have criticized/raved about the scent of this stuff; it does smell good, but it's the type of smell that may get old after awhile and smelling it day after day.
This stuff is AMAZING. It makes my dry fried hair feel so healthy and soft.
>Works just as good as PUROLOGY HYDRATING conditionar which is about 30 dollars a bottle and it I think it works better...
>Smells really soft
>I always have a tremendous hair day after using
>And most of all when I use this I can let my hair naturaly dry and it looks as though I straighted it. *NO HEAT DAMAGE
GO buy this stuff its just as good as high end conditionar if not better.
Used up 2 complimentary samples of this conditioner. Just like the shampoo, this is rubbish. Scent is overpowering, and it left a residue in my hair that I couldn't rinse out. Next day my hair was greasy and frizzy. There are better sulfate-free conditioners
Again.. with the "maybe" option.
I Don't like how this feels like I am not rinsing my hair enough.. and my hair, actually feels kind of gross after I am done conditioning.. However, after blow drying my hair.. my hair feels amazing.
But.. ( as noted in my shampoo review) it feels oily.. even borderline grimy at the end of the day.. which kind of sucks. I could never use this every day on my rather fine, natural hair..But, as a once a week treat, it is great. So I will stick with that for now. I use the treatment once a week as well, and the leave in just on my ends because they are dry.
I love the scent, strong at first.. fades nicely. :)
Yeah...I still don't get it. I tried the Intensive one first and was met with disappointment but then realized it was this one that had all the hype. So I got this one to try and it was just as bad at the Intensive. At first it seemed like an ok conditioner...just average. But the next day my hair felt & looked like straw. Yes it has the warm vanilla smell. Yes it is affordable. But I completely do not get the hype on this conditioner...at all. As always, when I review a hair product all other aspects of my routine stay the same.
Sulfate free and dimethicone free. I live in a hard water area (mineral deposits on everything). I had been using clarifying shampoo once a week and also using smoothing serums with dimethicone. A great prescription for drying out your tresses and then color and perm on top of that! This conditioner used wtih the EverCreme nourishing shampoo, completely renewed my hair in one application. I followed it up of course with the EverCreme Nourishing Leave-In Spray. Which I will also review. So thankful I researched the best product and it worked just as it promised!