Friday, 22 March 2013

MACADAMIA NOURISHING LEAVE-IN CREAM.


 Macadamia Nourishing Leave-In Cream £18.75.
 
After I was lucky enough to be sent some goodies from Macadamia a little while back (here) I've been completely hooked since. The hot brush and healing oil have been part of my every day hair routine and I've been itching to introduce some more of their products into said routine, so after seeing a little review of the Nourishing Leave-In Cream on Kayleigh's blog I decided this was the next product I wanted to add to my little Macadamia collection.
The leave in cream is packed with natural oils and is designed to be applied to the lengths of towel dried hair in order to leave your hair feeling lovely and silky once it's dried.
As you know, I'm always super honest in my reviews so I'll hold my hands up and say that when I first applied it to my damp hair, I didn't like it. The cream is really thick and it made my fine hair feel sticky and just completely horrible in all honesty but with no time to rewash my hair I decided to leave it in and suck it up.
Half an hour later, my hair was completely dry. It can take up to twenty minutes with a hair dryer so to have it dry naturally in such a short space of time for me was astounding and to my surprise, by this time my hair felt detangled, silky soft and smooth and just like something I wanted to stroke constantly. Like a cat. Is that odd?
Since then I have been using the leave-in cream daily and the sticky feeling I get initially is totally worth the results once dry, which by the way aren't at all sticky. Also, the smell of this product is amazing, and it lasts in your hair all day.
I genuinely love this product from the way in which it increases my drying time, to the smell, to the silky hair it gives me. I can't recommend it enough and if you too get the sticky feeling at first, don't panic, it disappears really quickly. I'd love to know if this happens to everyone or whether it's just me and my mane?
You can purchase 300ml for just under nineteen pounds and although this sounds a little pricey, 300ml is huge and it's totally worth it. Alternatively, you can try out a sample size which can be bought from the Macadamia website for around the five pound mark.

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