Davines Oi shampoo is my current favorite, but the matching condish breaks me out (panthenol, you dark mistress you) which is sad because my hair loved it. Since my Davines experience had been so good, I searched for a conditioner from the line without panthenol and landed on Melu.
My hair: bra-strap length, fine, medium-thickness, and wavy. I literally aim a dryer at my hair like 2x a week and never dye or heat style. (Lazy.) So my hair is healthy and very good to me - incredibly low maintenance when I'm halfway decent to it. However, and therein lies the rub, this "routine" (if you can even call it that) creates the need for products that work well ALL ON THEIR OWN. With no help from me. Melu definitely fits that category. Even if I air dry and skip all other products my hair looks great.
It's a light green slippery cream with a fresh scent (it's pleasant, but not the deep-breath-with-eyes-closed-inducing fragranceof the Oi line...). A little goes a long way, and it disperses easily through hair. Leaves just the right amount of slip. I feel it's keeping my hair in good condition - by this I mean it's nourishing, but definitely not deep conditioning. If you have very thirsty hair you may want to look elsewhere. It rinses clean, feels light, doesn't weigh down my fine waves, and hasn't broken out my face/chest/back. (I have been experiencing some hairline clogging but not sure it's the culprit.)
Sidenote: my Melu came in a square plastic tub. I got it off Jet.com and am pretty sure it's authentic. Mentioning this because it seems like Davines switches up packaging a lot and is also susceptible to internet fakery. And...I understand the packaging is eco and well thought out, but it is pretty annoying to use. At least you can scoop every last bit out!
Sidenote 2: when I say a little goes a long way, it really really does. I doubt I'll have to repurchase for at least 4-6 months, which takes the sting out of the price a bit.