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Loving ~ L'OREAL Hairmix Supreme Smooth For Dry Hair (Review)


L'OREAL Hairmix range is especially formulated for thick, dry and rebellious hair, which most Indians are born with. Formulated with natural ingredients and essential oils to nourish and smoothen thirsty, rebellious and thick hair, Hairmix will leave your hair smooth, silky, defined and control.

What it is:
Nutri-smoothing cream for dry hair. Adds moisture, tames and smoothes the hair, whilst controlling the frizz. Protects hair against damage from heated styling tools.


How To Use:
Apply evenly section by section to shampooed and towel dried hair. For smooth results, blow-dry the hair straight. 

Review:


Been using this a while now and I'm so glad I bought it. It is like a drink of water for my dry hair, which no longer looks dry. One of my best buys in the month of April. It doesn't flatten my hair, or make it greasy even when I shampoo every 2-3 days. I've used it before flat ironing and it does gives my hair a smoother finish. It smells like something that should come in a dessert bowl too! Love!
Most times, I would use it right after towel drying my hair, like I would a leave-in conditioner, and let my hair dry naturally. I'm trying to save heated styling tools only for days when I truly need them. Sometimes I apply it when my hair isn't wet and  it still won't make my hair look greasy. It would just tame the frizz and make my hair easier to comb through.
The bronze sturdy packaging is also something I can't find fault with. Quite heavy though. But it is filled with the cream, not like a packet of chips which is all air!

Priced at Rs.600, I think it is worth it. Hey! 'Because you're worth it' =)

Rating~ ♥♥♥♥.5
Available at all leading Hair Salons in India. 

Other products in this range:
  • L'OREAL Hairmix Spiral Splendour ~ Nutri-control cream for dry curly hair
  • L'OREAL Hairmix Sublime Shine Ant-frizz Serum for dry hair
  • L'OREAL Hairmix Fab' Finish finishing spray
  • L'OREAL Hairmix Glam Definition Styling Paste


*Disclaimer: This product have been bought by me. I'm not affiliated with L'OREAL.


♥ Cynthia Z ^.^

18 comments:

  1. This sounds like just what I need!

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  2. I don't think we have that here. Boo. ;)

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  3. sounds great! :) I always love Loreal hair products.

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  4. I love the Loreal Techni.art range, works brilliantly on my hair xoxo

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  5. I really love the hair products from L'Oreal..

    My only bad exp with them was the anti dandruff shampoo, which gave me headaches every time i used it.

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  6. oh..its not made for me.....i have lone silky, shine hair....but i cant open its coz it unmanageable....its give me so pain while comb if i open hair and went out of home.

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  7. Sounds like just what my hair needs. :)

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  8. I wish we had it here! Would love to try it!
    I'm cutting back on flat ironing my hair too :D

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  9. Same as everyone said. This is the one for me. Thank you for the review. :)

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  10. wow!
    nyc product

    but u did not mention the price. please do :)
    thnx for the post, m gonna try this for sure

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  11. Hey Payal, I did write the price. Rs.600..I just forgot to highlight it

    ♥xx♥

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  12. Sounds lovely, this cream. I wonder if it's available here. LOL @ it smelling like something that should come in a dessert bowl. Heh heh!

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  13. hey!have you tried the serum or liss control +? which is better?

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  14. @Witoxicity ~ Hehe....:D

    ♥xx♥

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  15. @Dana~ I've tried the Loreal Liss Control n liked it a lot. Haven't tried the serum from this range yet.

    ♥xx♥

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  16. hi...what abt loreal's mineral makeup range.shoud we try that...or which one is best for a oily(combination) skin type..in loreal's cosmetic range?

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  17. cynthia... u r such a darling... read lot of ur reviews.. awesome.. cant believe u r married.. u look soooooooooooooooooooooo young n soooooooooooo sooooo sooooooo pretty... i have a straightening iron too.. wt brand do u use.. pls let me know. n plsssss tell me whr to get CHI fusion in chennai and also loreal hairmix. i need a product to use b4 ironing as heat defence. wt can i use. pls help me. i can even mail u my pics so u can sugest me some products. also makeup for my skin color n type..

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  18. I have very long, straight, fairly thick hair. It's naturally light brown, but I've been highlighting it heavily for years, and the ends have recently become extremely dry and difficult to manage. The underneath part that lies against the back of my neck is especially difficult and, after combing, retangles itself within minutes.

    I was beginning to think I'd have to cut the bottom 6 or 7 inches off and start over, but my colorist (who, by the way, works in a salon that doesn't carry Shielo, so I figure she's being objective) recommended the Shielo Hydrate line (both Shampoo and Conditioner). I figured it was worth a shot, even though the combined cost of the retail sized shampoo and conditioner is about $47.

    My hair definitely appears MUCH smoother, even when air-dried. (However, I've noticed that continued use is necessary, because when I use anything else my hair doesn't look nearly as good.) I leave the Shielo Hydrate conditioner in for 5 minutes as the label directs; thoroughly combing it through in the meantime seems to give the best results. With both the Shielo Hydrate shampoo and the conditioner, a little product goes a long way (in contrast to cheaper drugstore products).

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