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Thursday, July 28, 2011

Suave Professionals Sleek Anti-Frizz Cream Review

I recently tried the Suave Professionals Dry Shampoo and I really love it,so I decided to try another product in this Professionals line. I decided on the Sleek Anti-Frizz Cream. I really like the smell of this product, as well as its texture, it is not too thick or greasy feeling.

You apply just a small amount, like a nickel sized drop, into the palm of your hand and rub your hands together and work product through all your fingers. Then apply to the ends of your hair, where hair tends to be driest and frizziest, and then work remainder of the product through to the top of your hair. Avoid putting too much product on your root area, this can cause your hair to look greasy or dirty.
You can apply this to damp or even dry hair. I actually like to put a little on while it is damp and then a little more, just on ends, after my hair is dry to help really tame the frizz. I have very frizzy, coarse hair so I can get a way with more product, if you have thin or fine hair, just go with a little bit.

Overall, I really recommend this product if you are fighting frizz. It really helps! Just remember that it does have a scent, not overwhelming, but if you are sensitive to scents, smell it before you buy it. Hope this helps!!

3 comments:

  1. I have a question on the dry shampoo (although I will have to try the anti-frizz). I picked some up from a "try a free bottle" and I wasn't really impressed with it compared to baby powder, which has been a staple in my dirty hair routine for years. Is there a big difference between the two or a reason that I should be reaching for the professional versus what I've been using?

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  3. Mrs. Undomestic: I have used baby powder for years as well. I like the professionals dry shampoo because it is not as "messy" for some people, and on some hair colors the baby powder can cause the hair to look gray or dusty. Otherwise, if it works for you, keep doing it! :)

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