very expensive and as others have said, it does nothing. I do not like the smell at all-it has a weird chemical scent that does not smell like the shampoo or conditioner. The biggest complaint I have is that it contains alcohol, and it definetly makes my bleached/dry hair crunchy and even more dry.
Even the smell is so disgusting to me-it reminds me of some kind of old and stale perfume that an old person would be wearing (and sprayed to much on), it does clean my bleached hair very well and gets rid of hair spray and product on it. However, along with many of their other products, Aveda keeps raising the price of it. I mean its now nearly $16 for 8.5 oz. bottle-really? That is so outrageous that I just can't really afford it anymore. Plus, I have long hair and I can go through a bottle pretty quickly.
I would still buy this again only if it was on clearance. It really smells so good-a cross between fresh and fruity, it doesn't last very long. Also, as with most Express merchandise, it is extremely overpriced. Therefore, I can't justify spending over $40 on a little bottle of what is nothing more than a type of "body splash" you can get a VS or BBW.
Treatments -Principal Secret - Reclaim Night cream
geographer 4/2/2012 8:56:00 AM
This, like most products in the Reclaim line, caused these really weird pimples on my face-almost like a deep cut that took a week or so to heal. This product in particular was the worst culprit. I assume it is from the high % of argireline. I admit it does look so good under makeup, but not work the horrible skin mess I'm left with.
Styling Products -Moroccanoil - Hydrating Styling Creme
geographer 3/27/2012 10:40:00 AM
The only good thing to say about this for me was that it didn't build up on hair. That is pretty much it. I thought it stunk like earthy/mildew smell and it felt really disgusting on my hair. I only applied it to my ends, so I can't figure it out. It cost me over $30 from my hairdresser and I will ended up giving it away.
I totally agree with the previous reviewer. The shampoo was just alright, but the conditioner was the pits. I actually couldn't bring myself to use it on my hair anymore, as it just dried it out too bad, so I ended up using it as shaving cream.
Styling Products -Unlisted Brand - One 'n Only - Argan Styling Cream
geographer 3/22/2012 3:19:00 PM
I love the smell of this product and it works great. I have fine, thin hair that is bleached. I use this before and/or after blowdrying on my ends and around my crown to prevent breakage. Since I only use a little bit, it is well worth the cost and a great value. I have tried the original Morrocan Styling Cream from my hairdresser and I think I paid near $40. Not only did it stink real bad, it actually dulled my blonde hair and made it look dirty.
Treatments -Unlisted Brand - One n' Only - Argan Oil Treatment
geographer 3/22/2012 3:15:00 PM
I absolutely love it and I have bleached and very dry straight hair. I also love the smell-I can't understand how some don't like it, but it is a personal preference I guess. I think it smells so clean and fresh-nothing musky or cologne-like. I, too, have also tried the original Moroccan Oil from my hairdresser and not only is it outrageously priced, that stuff stinks really bad! For those that want to try this, Sally's sells a very small bottle of it. I apply it before blowdrying. It never builds up and always leaves my hair feeling less porous and more like normal, healthy hair.
Styling Products -SAMY - Fat Hair Zero "0" Calories Amplifying Hair Spray
geographer 3/1/2012 3:31:00 PM
the ONLY hairspray that holds my hair. I have bleached, processed hair. Yes, it is sticky. However, once I got tired of wasting so much money on $3.00 bottles to $25 bottles on the high end, this one is about 12$ and worth every penny. For those with hard to curl, stick-straight, or just won't hold any style hair, this one is for you.
This is the 1 product from this brand I continuously buy. I use this everyday. It smells great and does not feel heavy or waxy.
This jar is extremely expensive and while it may last a long time, the ingredients don't justify the cost. Miracle 7 at Sally's is a line that is just about the same. I won't rebuy this.
I bought this when it first came out (had sulfates in it) and it worked wonders on my bleached hair. It smelled great, too. I bought it last year from my salon and paid $25 for basically a bottle of junk. No lather, stinky smell, and even after using the "new and improved" its a 10 conditioner, I couldn't get comb through my hair. I took it back to my hairdresser.
Conditioner -It's a 10 - Miracle Daily Conditioner
geographer 2/16/2012 11:58:00 AM
Back in 2010 I bought this a lot. The smell was wonderful-very clean, and it worked great, too, without weighing my hair down. However, the formula was changed and not only does in not work the same, it stinks. I now buy Miracle 7 Daily Conditioner at Sally's. It is basically the same and costs 50% less.
Fragrances -Victoria's Secret - Ravishing Love Refreshing Body Mist
geographer 1/20/2012 9:33:00 AM
This smelled like stale berries with a ton of musk on top. Really disgusting-I thought I would like it after reading the reviews, but this and VS vanilla are my least favorites.
I do not smell anything sweet or cotton candyish in this perfume. On me, it smells rancid-it actuallys smells like cat urine-really reeks. I originally tried a sample and thought it smelled okay, since I love sweet scents. I ordered the big bottle and sprayed it all over me one morning before work-even my jacket. The stench was so bad that I had to change at lunch. I wish I knew how it has such a following, but I am running to Ulta to return this.