What is the difference between Ojon's Restorative Leave-in Treatment and theRevitalizing Mist, which also claims to be a weightless leave-in detangler
I am a natural brunette with long, highlighted, fine (but fairly thick) hair and I prefer a leave-in conditioner that does not weigh my hair down (better yet, one that gives it some volume without dulling it, but also gives it some moisture because it's highlighted). In spite of extensive highlighting, I would not describe my hair as damaged or dry, except perhaps on the ends. So which product is better for me as a leave-in conditioner?
asked 5 years ago
on Damage Reverse™ Restorative Smoothing Glaze
This will be perfect for you. My hair is the same but blonde and it works wonderfully. It will calm the thin hair and put a shine to it. You will need to adjust the amout to your hair and start putting it in your wet hair from the ends. Hope this helps.
answered 3 years, 4 months ago
Try Fast Food by AG. It's worth every dime. I have thick curly hair and I have had the liter bottle for about a year now. If you want an all natural, organic type conditioner check out www.everydayshea.com
A leave-In conditioner is basically conditioner that is mixed with water. Get a plastic spray bottle and mix half the bottle with conditioner and the other half with water and voilaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa
answered 3 years, 11 months ago
In your case, I would probably stick with the Revitalizing Mist, as it is more lightweight than this product. I love the way my hair looked after the Restorative Treatment, but I have to say that the Mist is definitely a better product.