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on 12/3/2017 8:51:00 AM
More reviews by ThatsSoFetch
Skin: Combination, Medium, Not Sure
Hair: Brunette, Other, Other
Eh... I wouldn’t use this again. Does NOT rid of knots but rather makes it worse. Smells so good! I like the scent. DO NOT USE IF YOU DYE YOUR HAIR ESPECIALLY BRUNETTES! Due to the Henna, it somehow creates a film
So when you try to dye your roots next time, the colour wont take. Its happened to me alot - so I stopped using the hair mask.
on 11/4/2017 12:47:00 PM
More reviews by PMInickymua
Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium, Neutral
Hair: Black, Wavy, Medium
This is amazing .. I leave it all night long, it feels very greasy but removes easily with shampoo. I am in love with this products because it removes my frizz
on 6/13/2017 1:45:00 PM
More reviews by rustybag
Skin: Combination, Fair, Not Sure
Hair: Brown, Other, Other
High in natural oils, this is a pre-shampoo conditioner in conditioner/ liquid-y lotion form. It's pretty slick from all of the natural oils it contains, and is rather spreadable. I use this like I would use a penetrating oil like coconut oil (one of the oils in this). A little bit used on my fine hair, which is a few inches past my shoulders. By a little, I mean maybe a pea-sized dollop, on dry hair, only on the ends and areas that need it. I leave it on overnight, rather than 20 minutes like they suggest, to give it time to penetrate. Dry hair is supposed to absorb penetrating oils better than wet or damp. I keep away from my scalp since oils and conditioners on my scap tend to trigger sheds.In the morning, I add a little more and leave it in before showering. Since I don't like Govida (or any of the shampoos bars, really), I wash it out with Prell, which also has a jasmine scent (though more soapy clean, rather than heady ylang ylang / jasmine like this). A good rule of thumb is if it takes more than 2 shampoos to wash something out (oils or products that contain oils), you used too much. If I feel I need conditioner, Aveda's Pure Abundance is peppermint jasmine scented, so I use a little of that. If all of the products that I use have matching scents, I'm not bothered by this smell, but I do like jasmine. I don't find it to be super strong, but I can imagine if you are using clashing scented products, it might be too much. Anything peppermint scented would also go with this.My fine hair is left shiny and with body, not poofy or dry. I like this product, but I don't use things like this too often and it's expensive, so I'm not sure if I would repurchase. Comes in an unsanitary tub and their products do tend to go rancid, so I recommend keeping in the fridge.
2 of 2 people found this helpful.
on 3/1/2016 7:20:00 PM
More reviews by ash1018
Skin: Sensitive, Fair, Not Sure
I love this product. I have uncoloured, curly dry hair that I only wash once a week and I noticed a big difference when I used this mask. My curls were much more defined and my hair was not as dry! I recommend this to others with similar hair.
3 of 3 people found this helpful.
on 12/24/2015 10:57:00 AM
More reviews by patcatmat
Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium, Not Sure
Hair: Black, Other, Other
The product itself is very expensive and it says it will get rid of all the dry ends and frizziness well it does not. It made my hair more dry and frizzy after the first use. And ladies with ombre hair who have gone back to their natural color, please dont use this as it will bring back a sort of reddish tone to the hair.
on 9/24/2015 8:54:00 AM
More reviews by EstellaElena
Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Not Sure
Hair: Blond, Other, Other
It smells really nice and is easy to apply and wash out. But I didn't actually see much difference in my Frizzyness of my hair, which is what I actually bought it for.
on 8/29/2015 12:36:00 PM
More reviews by manderson
Skin: Acne-prone, Fair, Warm
Hair: Brown, Wavy, Fine
I'm a long -time Lush user, so I have a pro-Lush bias!I like leave -in products. I have long, slightly wavy fine hair. It tends to look frizzy from the ears down... kind of damaged/split ends, dullish. But I get oily roots on day 2 after shampoo. My hair is light brown.Leave - in products, applied from ears down, give my some weight and texture to my lengths, plus balance slight oily roots so my hair looks more even. Plus I wear a lot of buns and like the extra "grip".Okay, I use lush R&B, and it works great. But the smell is strong and my friend dislikes it (I like it). I previously used hsen (?) As a leave in and liked it, but thought I'd try this one.Ok, for totally off label use: I apply about 2 fingers -full to damp hair and/or dry hair and pull through sections, from about ears down. I sometimes do it twice between washings. It does not look greasy at all in my hair (the store workers were very skeptical, so I know on some hair it would be a greasy mess. I originally tried it in the store on some of my hair to check!). It soaks in and dries in in about 10 minutes on my hair. It works like most of the things I use for this kinda "styling" purpose. BUT, in addition, it gives me much brighter golden copper tone to my natural hair highlights/variations! This is teal, and noticable, on my hair. So for that reason, I would pick this over other leave in products.I think if you have kind of light brown (maybe even that born - blonde but turned brunette as adult?) hair, the henna highlight action in this might appeal to you. And if you have frizz/split ends/broken from too many buns hair, this also might appeal.I would personally avoid my roots/scalp with this.
on 6/4/2015 9:55:00 PM
More reviews by MysticMania
Skin: Combination, Medium Brown, Warm
I don't rave about products but LUSH is quickly becoming my new go to brand for health and beauty.I have wavy-curly hair that I have colored, blow dried, flat ironed, and over washed (think sad brittle ends). This hair mask is a savior and the results are very noticeable after just one use!This is a deep conditioning mask, so it generally goes on dry hair and takes time to absorb. The longer you leave it in, the better. My Process: My hair is about an inch or two past my shoulders, I used a generous amount of this product (about 1/4 of the pot) and worked it into my hair. I paid special attention to the tips of my hair, using most of the product in this area because it was the most damaged. Unlike the directions suggest, I didn't leave the mask in for 20 minutes. I actually wrapped my hair in a scarf and let the product sit in my hair overnight. Then I shampooed and conditioned like normal in the morning. While I was shampooing my hair, there was an immediate and drastic difference. My hair just felt gloriously soft under the water! I let my hair air dry about 80% before blow drying the stubborn parts. I received compliments from my co-workers claiming that my hair looked healthier and shinier. My curls were not frizzy and the tips of my hair looked hydrated and healthy! DISCLAIMER: This is NOT magic in a tub, it will not solve all hair issues; but it does wonders if you need is a deep conditioning treatment. I've also heard that it can leave straight or oily hair even greasier than before (its got olive oil and coconut oil in it; use your common sense). The bottle also states that it works best with dark colored hair, this is because henna brings out the natural highlights of darker hair. Hope this was helpful! Cheers, MM
5 of 5 people found this helpful.
on 5/1/2015 9:48:00 AM
More reviews by ditee24
Skin: Acne-prone, Tan, Neutral
Hair: Black, Curly, Medium
I LOVE this hair treatment! Admittedly, I have always used it as a leave in conditioner than a hair treatment, but it really does leave my hair soft and smelling great. It adds shine to my normally very unshiny, frizzy hair while keeping it soft and manageable. Be warned though, if you don't like Jasmine, or Henna- reconsider! The smell is very strong, and it will stay on for a few days after you've used it. It smells amazing to me and loads of people have asked what shampoo I use. I always let my hair air dry because I don't like using heat unnecessarily. I generally use it after shampooing, and after I've towel dried my hair (so it's not dripping wet anymore), I take a little bit onto my palms and just apply it to the middle to ends of my hair, with a little bit on roots. This is enough to keep it well nourished!Make sure you mix the product before you use it, because I think it has a slight tendency to form a watery layer on top. The only thing that bothers me is the price- if I used this as a hair mask, I would probably run out 3-4 uses, but as a leave in conditioner it's lasted for well over 2 months for me. All in all, it's a great product, which I would highly recommend buying!
1 of 1 people found this helpful.
on 4/19/2015 6:56:00 PM
More reviews by AnarkoBat
Skin: Very Dry, Fair-Medium, Warm
Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Fine
I have natural hair, type 2a. (I have never used bleach, any haircolour or heat-tools). Above My ears, where the hair lies more flat against the head, I have alot of frizz. I got this in hopes of getting rid of the frizz. But this product failed to do so. In only made My hair shinier, which I don't really care for, since My hair is shiny already. The smell can be overpowering, and it lasts for days after you've washed your hair. Its easy to Apply and rinse out. But it does nothing to improve my hair-quality either. i Also let it sit for 2 hours, and it still didnt work.
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