Sunday, 29 April 2012

Review: Schwarzkopf Gliss Hair Repair with Liquid Keratin

I've been doing a lot of stuff to my hair for the past two years and my hair was really badly damaged as a result. I rebonded it, then dyed it, then permed it, then dyed it again. And it went from being smooth and healthy hair to really dry, brittle ones with lots of tangles and split ends.

I don't believe that products can help you repair split ends because once your hair is apart how can you mend them together again?

I should know because I tried tons of shampoos/conditioners/hair masks that claims to restore your hair and cure split ends but it just doesn't work.

For example, I tried the Schwarzkopf Gliss Hair Repair Oil Nutritive Shampoo.

Schwarzkopf products are highly raved and I had high hopes for it, but it didn't work la. So in the end I snipped quite a bit of my hair off because I couldn't stand looking at all the split ends.

But I do believe that you can help minimize split ends by maintaining them.

So recently this is the new product that I'm hooked onto: the Schwarzkopf Gliss Hair Repair with Liquid Keratin.

This product claims to repair hair-damages precisely and fills hair fissures, whatever that means. But basically its supposed to be effective already with just 1 minute of application.

Of course I leave it on for more than a minute la, normally what I do is I leave this on after shampooing, and go about doing the rest of the bathing steps and wash this off last.

And I must say, it really works wonders in keeping my hair silky soft and tangle-free. And guess what! It only costs me $12.90! Why go for expensive treatments that is only temporary when you can have permanent temporary for a tiny fraction of the price!

There's seriously a very noticeable difference. I'm also using the conditioner for this, but the conditioner does not seem to work as well as the hair mask. But well, conditioners are not meant to be as rich as hair masks so its understandable.

If you want to wake up with hair like this, I suggest you give this a try!

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