The first couple of times I used this it did make my hair a little bit fuller, then it just started feeling greasy and disgusting. I like the idea of a mousse conditioner and the smell is tolerable, but I think this is going back under the sink.
Sorry, don't like it, the mousse is too weird. Smells nice, but difficult to handle in the shower. No noticeable difference in volume whatsoever. Ugly, ugly packaging. Found in my pound shop, so at least it was really cheap!
I love this stuff...although it doesnt make my hair as full as i'd like it to be, it's a great conditioner for price!
Bought this at the dollar store because I figured if I didn't like it I'd only be out a dollar. So far, I am very pleased with this product. Very easy to distribute through my hair, rinses easily, and I haven't noticed any build up. I recently colored my hair and using this for 2-3 minutes has kept my hair in good condition. Will definitely purchase again once it's time.
I've sailed past this product SO many times in the dollar store. I only stopped to take a look when my boyfriend said he had used and liked some Got2b products in the past. I figured, it's only a dollar, what the heck? I'm always on the lookout for that miracle product to volumize my fine, slightly oily hair. Since my hair is blonde, and oily, any styling products I use only make it look dirty. Therefore my options are limited to what I can do with shampoo and conditioner. Normally, since my hair IS oily, and fairly short (thus detangles easily), I shun conditioner- It only weighs my hair down and makes it look greasy much quicker. Right away, I noticed that this conditioner is different- it has a light,mousse-like consistency that dispenses out of a pressurized can (the Got2b people swear that the can won't rust in the shower). It has a faint floral/fruity scent that is barely noticeable when I rinse it out after leaving it in the prescribed 2 minutes. The result? My hair is shiny, bouncy, and full. It DOES feel thicker. I've tried both letting it dry naturally, blowdrying it, and even setting it with velcro rollers- it looks gorgeous any way I choose to style it (and blowdrying and setting it are much more effective). Upon reading the ingredients, I notice that microcrystalline wax is present in it, as are a number of agents that are likely to cause buildup with repeated use (probably what makes the hair feel thick). However, I have fairly short (chin-length), healthy hair and using a clarifying shampoo every time I shampoo to remove buildup isn't a problem for me. I have been using this for about a month now and as I haven't had a problem with buildup, and there's a TON of it at the dollar store, I will continue to use it for as long as I can. This is one conditioner that I am in love with and even better that it's only a dollar. I'm not sure how it would work for longer haired ladies who have to treat their hair more delicately, but if you have fairly short, lackluster hair that you can clarify regularly, give it a whirl. :)