Hello everyone. Today I am going to do my second review. Exciting, I know. It is another Dove product and I’ve been very happy with Dove so here we go.
My hair is always a bit on the dry side, thanks to hereditary factors. It is a partly thick and coarse (my brown hairs) reminding me of horse hair, maybe even My Little Pony horse hair, Hah! AND thin and frail (my blonde hairs.) Yes, my hair is a mixture. I even occasionally find a red hair, oh, and a gray hair. It also has some natural curl and frizziness that I am always battling. The curl is uneven. Really tight in the back and straight in the front. It is reminiscent of my half-grown-out-80′s-perms. I’m sure I’ve damaged the curl from brushing it and always pulling back into pony tails. I can’t survive without pony tails.
Yes, now you know all about my hair.
Sigh, I dream of soft luscious flowing hair, with elegant waves. Isn’t that every girls hair dream?
I’m always looking for a decent affordable hair conditioner that will make my hair more manageable, and ladies, I think we found it.
Straight out of the bottle I loved how smooth and creamy this Dove conditioner was. I think cheaper conditioners tend to feel somewhat plastic like coming out of the bottle and the way it coats my hair. Instead, this conditioner felt like a nice expensive one coming out of the bottle. My first thought to myself was that I could tell that there was some healthy oils in the mixture that might actually help out my hair. Then I read on the bottle that there was natural almond and mineral oils inside. Ah hah. These oils are suppose to absorb into the hair to deeply nourish and replenish it promising beautifully smooth, soft, shiny hair.
I wasn’t disappointed. After I dried and styled my hair, which doesn’t happen all that often, my hair did feel softer. I enjoyed running my fingers through my hair because it felt so nice. There was no surface greasiness from the oil, just nice smooth hair. Yes, it was still my hair and not Rapunzel’s, but nonetheless, an improvement from my cheaper conditioners.
Here is a question for you, do you think it is worth spend money on expensive shampoo and conditioner or do you see similar results from products bought at the grocery store?
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