I've used this styling product on and off for several years. I like it because it helps to straighten my long hair and as a bonus it gives my hair a nice shine. It's supposed to act as a heat protector, not sure how well that works though. For the price (cheap) it works really well. My only concern is that it may build up on the hair and it feels a bit plastic-y. The thing is to use very little and spread it out in your hair. I do this by spraying it on my hands and then distributing it from roots to ends. I find this works; especially not to use too much. Sometimes it's a bit hard to find too. Not all stores carry it.
I have fine hair down to my shoulders and im letting the color grow out. I blow dry my hair daily and usually use oils to protect my hair. But lately my hair is looking blah. I think it getting too used to the oils. I read all the awesome reviews about this product and decided to try it. I got it buy one get one free so about $3/bottle. I used it for the first time this morning and it made my hair super soft, no tangles, no "coated feeling", no oily residue, and smoooooth! I do have a few fly a ways at the top of my head because i was too nervous to apply produst near the roots. But this shows no sign of leaving a greasy residue so tomorrow ill work it through the top of my hair. The nozzle on the bottle has a stream affect so I squirted 3 pumps in my hand and worked through my towel tried hair. My hands are even super soft from the product! Defiantly a keeper and will for sure repurchase!
I use this every time I apply heat to my hair. Works wonderfully for straightening, helps hair resist curling. When only blow drying, it gives my hair lots of volume also! Smells really good too :) only trouble is I have a hard time finding it in stores!
Very good heat protectant. My hair doesn't feel like it has product in it after I use this, and it seems to help my hair stay straight longer. The smell is also good, kind of like mango. I don't spray it directly into my hair because I found it easier to distribute evenly by hand. I use between 7 and 10 sprays for my long thick hair. It seems to turn out better if you don't use too much. The only thing it doesn't do is add shine. I follow this up with the Got 2 Be Oil-Licious oil and hairspray afterwards, and my hair turns out pretty well. Not as shiny as I'd like, but I could probably get that from a better shampoo/conditioner or hair spray.
This works really well for me. I used it two days ago and my hair is still very straight. I don't like the bottle though. It's awkward to spray because the trigger is too small, and the product doesn't diffuse, it streams on. It's tricky to get it spread evenly through my hair. It also feels sticky until my work with the flat iron is done. It works though.
i LOOOOVE the smell of this. I used it alot when i was younger when i flat ironed alot.
This worked for me when my hair was less dry and damaged. i am in the process of slowly trimming my dry bits away and i will probably go back to this when my hair is healthier again. but it does little too nothing for my dry hair, the smell is almost worth it though ;)
I used to use this all the time when I straightened my hair daily, but now I just use it in my bangs. It's a really good, inexpensive heat protectant. It doesn't leave hair feeling greasy. Plus, it smells like a lemon sugar cookie. I never spray it directly onto my hair though... I always put it in my hands first. I feel like spraying it directly onto hair would give an unnecessary amount of product. But since the nozzle on mine clogged and doesn't work anymore, I have to open it and use it from there. The triangular shaped bottle is cool, but kind of awkward at the same time in terms of storing it. I would definitely recommend this product to people who heat style their hair often and are looking for an inexpensive heat protectant.
Makes my hair smooth and smells nice! definitely will buy again
I have naturally fine, straw like hair. I have tried everything to make my hair look normal and dare I say pretty?
After years of struggling with finding the right product, I've finally settled with this. I have a hard time believing that such an amazing product can be so cheap. I've tried everything, Redken, Paul Mitchell, even a $50 bottle of Moroccon oil. Whenever I use those "prestige" products, my hair will look nice for a couple of days, and then go back to looking crappy after a few uses. Not this stuff though. My hair looks consistently nice with it. I don't flat iron my hair because my hair is thin enough not too, but this product gives a great blow dry. It smooths out my split ends and somewhat gives my hair body and movement.
I used this ages ago and then G2B pulled it off the shelves. I recently found it at my local Walgreens and will update if it's still the same formula. I loved it back in the day when I used it (nice soft, shiny, nice smelling hair). I never had issues with my hair frying or looking fried with this and my hair stayed straight for at least 2 days (I tend to wash at the end of day 2).
Edit: Yes it's the same! YAY! I need to stock up!