|Would buy this product again.||85%|
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
Another expensive mistake $27 for 5oz. I just threw away the Volumizzante Spray after giving it many chances to work. It feels like water ...it gives my hair maybe 20% volume which deflates after half hour. At least was a little shiny and not greasy at all.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Hazel
Barex Smooth Styling Gel is great!
Age: 44-55 Skin: Normal, Olive Hair: Brunette, Fine Eyes: Brown
I purchased the Colour Confidante after adding red into my medium brown hair, red fades quickly and I wanted to find a product that would slow that process down. LOVE this line! I like the way it smells, kind of like men's cologne, but it does go away some. I have Medium fine straight hair and this product does not weigh it down, the shine is amazing and my hair is soft with no weight and no product build up. I don't like feeling products in my hair or it feeling sticky, stiff and full of stuff! Kind of expensive, but it is very worth the extra dollars!
Age: 30-35 Skin: Normal Hair: Blond Eyes: Green
I ran across this line on the hair boards -- I'd never heard of it, but it seemed to have quite a following. I got the Colourlife S & C and the Redefine Creme from the Frizzy line (I'd love any hair company that makes a line just for frizzy hair!) I now recommend it to everyone I know. I was totally blown away at how amazing my hair feels and looks when I use it. The S & C makes my normally dry, damaged, frizzy hair soft as silk and manageable. I use the Redefine after heat styling and it defrizzes, as well as defines, weightlessly and without any sticky/oily residue. Seriously, when I started using it, I felt like I got "new" hair.
I used to have a serious addiction to Kerastase -- especially the antiusure conditioner and the masquintense. Discovering Barex was like using Kerastase for the first time - an Aha! moment, when the heavens descend. But it's about half the price. It does smell like men's cologne, but it dissapates once it's dry.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Blond, Straight, Fine Eyes: Blue
When they say "weightless shine" they are spot on! Absolutely the nicest line I've tried so far. I use the formula for colour-treated hair and it brought out the most lovely shine and definition to my highlights without weighing my fine hair down.
I took one lippie off d/t the frag. Smells like men's cologne - ugh! It's light, but at first makes me gag. It does dissipate eventually.
The styling gel was rec to me by my hairdresser, along with the gloss spray to use B4 flatironing. WoW! What a lotta body! I still use my Wella LiquidHair to give it more lift at the roots, but I'm impressed with this line and will buy again.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
i am forever looking for the perfect volumizer and now i've found it!!! i tried the Gloss Mousse for normal hair and the Volumizzante spray. it gave me AMAZING volume and body that lasted through the following day! it works so well. i purchased at a high end salon and it was pricey at $24 and $27 respectively but worth every penny!
Age: 44-55 Skin: Sensitive, Fair, Neutral Hair: Brunette, Curly, Fine Eyes: Brown
My hairdresser introduced me to this line about 3 months ago and I'm really sold on it. I have dry, curly, fine, colored hair--and lots of it. I've been growing it and in the summer it's really out of control; it's impossible to predict how it'll behave each day.
On his advice I started using the Re-Define cream for Frizzy hair, a leave-in silicone conditioner that makes my hair start curling up right away. I also use the Gloss Mousse Extra Hold, which works really well. His assistant suggested that I start using the Frizzy hair shampoo, even though I usually use shampoo for colored hair; she's Puerto Rican and she says it's the only thing that works on her hair to keep it smooth. Not sure if I'm as totally sold as she is, though I'm pleased with the results. Just recently I also started using the Gloss Cristalline, a kind of super-light frizz-ease type of serum--but it's much more versatile and less greasy than other serums I've used. My hairdresser told me to us it in the AMs when I get up and don't want to get my hair wet but need to tame it somehow. I find it also works really well if I just apply a couple of drops when my hair is wet, before I apply any other product. I sometimes put it on before I go to bed, and I'm more likely to wake up with my hair in ringlets. All depending on what the weather's doing, of course . . . . .