I bought two in the lotus fragrance. I am wondering whether to give the backup to my sister as I had originally planned, or keep it. It’s extremely good, so now my greed is kicking in.
I found them at a ‘beauty supply outlet’ (name of the store) at the mall- NOT sally’s. I bought it ONLY because of bitchfork’s review here because every item she recommended in her reviews works for me so far. (I do wish she were still posting, she clearly has a sense for good purchases.) I had been looking for it everywhere in my area. I was so excited whenI finally came upon a store that carried it! It seems to be extremely popular- judging by how few they had left compared to all the other (more well-known) items there. The lady was trying to entice me on different items but as soon as I said ‘the Revlon thing I forgot the name’- she laughed and said, ‘oh that’s our most popular.’
It works magnificently to make my hair shinier, smoother, less breakage, less frizz, etc. My hair is extremely fine dry very curly hair so it’s hard to ever get it in control (i have cupboards full of products recommended online that didnt really work).
I do seal it off near the ends with a bit with camellia seed oil or jojoba oil since my hair is just SO damaged right now. I stupidly used a Clairol hair dye on it that was on sale- it totally destroyed my hair! I’ve done Aphogee, I use the green tea spray off and on, living whatever (the thing with jennifer aniston’s backing) mask, Shea moisture line, various oils and conditioners recommended online.. Often such highly recommended and popular products do not make too big of a difference on my hair (my hair is reallly fine yet a lot of it, v fragile). Mixed and matched.. They do help—but the end result is not totally satisfactory.
This one helps massively, it is really worth the raves.