Silk Elements

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22 products

169 reviews

66% would repurchase

Recent Silk Elements Reviews

Styling Products -Silk Elements -Megasilk Olive Heat Protection Spray


I have curly hair and tried this for when I want a straight look. The Sally's Beauty Supply associate said use before all heat tools,using before blow dryer and flat iron my hair was greasy and flat. I am glad I bought the travel/sample size.

Hair Treatments -Silk Elements -Megasilk Heat Protection Spray

on 11/20/2016 4:11:00 PM


This is NOT for thin hair. It will make it very greasy. The only way I can use it is by spraying some on the hands and then dispersing it through the hair. But even then - so oily. For thin hair use Chi or Miracle 7 shine spray (which doubles as heat protectant!!!) on damp hair :)

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Hair Treatments -Silk Elements -MegaSilk Moisturizing Treatment

on 2/27/2016 2:32:00 AM

This is the equivalent of an average rinse-out conditioner to me. I get no deep conditioning benefits from it. It claims to make detangling easier and smooth the hair but it did none of that. My hair was pretty tangled after rinsing and frizzy when it dried. Since I only bought a small packet of it for little more than a dollar it's no huge loss but I wouldn't buy it again.

Hair -Silk Elements -Glossing Polish


I use the tiniest amount of this on my ends or to tame flyaways/frizz. It adds a bit a shine, and will make my hair greasy if I use to much. Nothing special about it, other products do the same job just as well if not better.

Hair Color -Silk Elements -Silk Elements Semi-Permanent Hair Color: Mahogany Red

on 9/12/2015 2:42:00 PM

For $4.49 at Sally's (I got mine on sale for $3.99 with BOGO - so 2 for $3.99) this small bottle of pre-mixed semi-permanent (deposit only) color is a steal for a root touch up at home or dying your brows. I chose Cinnamon Brown and Mahogany red brown. Both are good but the Mahogany is more cool-toned red. Great for brows too (ssssh!).

Process for 25-30 minutes.

Lasts about 30 days.

Not good for resistant grays or a large % of gray.

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