IMG_0779Quick Review: n/a

Not so Quick Review:

To be completely honest with you, I’m not really sure what this product is? By the looks of it, it appears to be a dry conditioner?

If anyone knows, comment below, I’m sure we’d all love to know!

I’ll try it out, and let you know how it turns out with a better ‘Quick Review’!


7 thoughts on “milk_shake…Conditioner?

  1. I’m thinking some sort of conditioning mousse? Let me know how you get on, I’d love to try it – keep up the posting, I’m loving this blog!

  2. Yeah I think it’s a ‘leave in’ conditioner. I like the milk-shake, whipped cream idea…makes it sound yummy! Did you try it?

  3. Thanks for all the suggestions! I have since tried this product and found it much better than I was expecting! It is a conditioning mousse to be applied to wet hair. It smelled delicious; like toffee, and the smell stayed in my hair through the night and all the next day, as I washed my hair in the evening and it needs to be applied to wet, clean hair. This, however, is a critisism I have of the product. It isn’t very convenient so I don’t much see the point in using it over normal conditioner in the shower. Plus, I personally find that conditioner makes my hair greasy really quickly, but if you don’t mind these critisms, I would recommend this whipped-cream! 🙂

  4. My hairdresser sells this, i used it a few years ago. It is a leave in conditioner. The extra benefit over regular in-the-shower rinse out conditioner is that it provides extra protection for your hair. So it will provide a little extra protection from heat styling. Glad you like it, smells divine doesn’t it? You can even use it on your skin….so my hairdresser tells me; that’s what the rep. told him!

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