This stuff is awesome!! I use it with the Hydrating shampoo. I have long thin blonde hair (colored) but lots of it and this makes my hair look super healthy!
Ahh my best staple ever! I would recommend this product to everyone in the world. Definatley worth the price. This is the best hair care product out there!
Mmmm. I love this conditioner. I have a short shag haircut that is highly processed to a Meg Ryan color (even though my natural color is a lot closer to Katie Holmes'). This conditioner really calms those over-processed frizzes. I have several conditioners that I alternate between, but if I have some special to do that day, this is the one I choose. Too much money to buy the real thing, so I get the generic at Sally Beauty Supply. THE INGREDIENTS ARE IDENTICAL! You get three times the product for about half the price.
I love this conditioner. I have blonde hair that gets damaged easily from the sun, products, and appliances I use on it. I have been using this conditioner for about a year. It was recommended to my mom who has the most damaged hair I have seen (she has been bleaching it for 50 years!). This is the only conditioner that leaves my hair soft and not frizzy. I recently went to get my hair cut and my stylist was commenting on how great the condition of my hair is. Something I have never hear before! I would highly recommend this for anyone that needs deep conditioning.
I always go back to this. I've strayed a few times in search of something else (just cause I'm a cosmetic whore), but I always go back. I've never found another conditioner that I like better. I have naturally thick, wavy, semi-coarse hair that gets frizzy easily. This stuff makes my hair feel like silk. A holy grail no doubt!!!
I bought this conditioner along with the Biolage Hydrating Shampoo, and all I can say is ... meh. The shampoo was a bust for me (medium length fine, wavy/curly, highlighted hair), but the conditioner is okay. It's a decent day-to-day conditioner, but it's nothing special. I actually prefer Pantene's Deep Fortifying Treatment. Another strike against it is Biolage's packaging - whose idea was it anyway to put conditioner in a tub with a screw-off lid? Try juggling that in the shower! Overall, just ... meh.
I do love this conditioner. Only problem is that it contains myristyl alchohol and ceteryl alchohol - isn't alchohol bad for your hair?? isn't it drying? well, for whatever reason it isn't drying my hair yet, it works well. but i'm a little confused over the ingredients.
I LOVE this conditioner!It deeply conditions without weighing your hair down at all (unlike so many other heavy duty conditioners out there),and leaves it full of movement and bounce!After using this stuff,my hair is so soft and silky,and it smells awesome,too!My boyfriend loves when I use this,lol!Kind of expensive, but well worth it if you have overcolored,dry,and breaking hair like me!Try it!
HG! HG! HG!
I have long thin hair, but TONS of it that is not straight, but not curly -- I guess you could call it wavy. :o) My hair is in generally good health, though I do highlight & lowlight it, so it is stressed out.
Ever since I started using the Biolage Hydrating Shampoo & Conditioning Balm (along w/ the Smoothing Shine Milk) I can actually let my hair AIR dry (and do ALL the time now; very rarely use blowdryers, flat irons, curling appliances...etc.) w/o worrying about frizz, poofiness...etc.
I can't help but love it even more because of the smell -- this is the BEST smelling products I have ever used.
I don't mind the price because I buy it during Beauty Brand's Annual Liter Sale (liter size for $11 each), and for results this great even if I always paid FULL price for it, it still would be a great investment.
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This, along with the Hydrating Shampoo, is a resurrection for dry, mistreated hair. It smells heavenly (hints of rosemary and lavender) and gave my highlighted, fine hair its lustre back without weighing it down. I don't need more than a dime sized amount for my long hair so it lasts forever.
Not too expensive either, at $10 for 4.2 ounces or $16 for 8 ounces. continued >>