My hair care product search-I am such a junkie

Discussion in 'Hair Care Tips & Product Review Discussion' started by Dionne, Nov 2, 2002.

  1. Dionne

    Dionne New Member

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    I have been looking on the web for a while at different brands of stuff and I found some products that I might try
    -Alterna Classic Nutritive leave-in
    -Redken Hot Sets Thermal Setting Mist
    -Goldwell Kerasilk leave in conditioner spray
    -Redken moist ends
    -Biosilk silk filler
    -Sebastian potion 9
    If anyone has used these products please let me know about your experiences with them. Thanks again and god bless. /images/graemlins/grin.gif
     
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    If Sebastian Potion 9 is the one in the metal tube (like toothpaste), then I don't like it. I attempted to use it on my natural hair (it's a leave-in) and it would always leave my hair sticky and nasty feeling. It didn't seem to do much other than make me need to rewash my hair.
     
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    Hi Dionne,

    I haven't used any of those products but that Redkin Moist Ends sounds interesting.
     
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    Hey Dionne,

    I also used the Potion 9 and found it too sticky. Their preshampoo is nice tho (the Potion 7).

    I also tried the Redken Moist Ends. It was ok - but nothing special. I like the idea of a leave in that could be applied directly to the ends - but I sincerely feel that the one by Redken was a nice try - but not lubricating or proetecting enough for me. My ends just felt a little crispier than normal (not necessarily a bad thing - they weren't DRY and crispy - just crispy!). I wanted (as I always do) more "slip" to this product. If it had done amazing things without the slip I wouldn't have cared - but it didn't. /images/graemlins/frown.gif
     

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