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Joico Foaming Leave-In Conditioner Review

Joico Foaming Leave-In Conditioner Review - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Dec 27, 2006
( Rating: 5 Star Rating)

I have thick hair that can be a nightmare. After a shower it's a bird's nest and I have to use a pick to get the tangles out. Mornings are better now with Joico Foaming Leave-In Conditioner.

I have really thick hair that can sometimes be a nightmare. When I get out of the shower, it's like a bird's nest and I have to spend about 10 minutes using a pick to get the tangles out. Conditioner is a must-have for my head.

Mornings are so much easier since I found the perfect conditioner for my thick hair. It's Joico's Color Endurance Foaming Leave-In Conditioner. I've always used conditioner, but I've never been happy with the results. Unlike regular conditioners, this conditioner comes out of the bottle in a thick foam - like styling mousse. It's not under pressure like a bottle of mousse though, this product comes in pump form.

Put a blob in your hands, rub 'em together and apply it evenly through your hair using your fingers. Then comb it through. I'm sure you'll find your comb will slide through nicely. The cool thing too is that it's a leave-in conditioner so you don't have to worry about rinsing it out. That can be time consuming with thick tresses. It also has a nice, light, fruity smell.

This foaming leave-in conditioner is also great for color-treated hair cuz it helps to lock your color in so it lasts longer. It's available in hair salons or online at esalonstore.com and costs between $10-$12 US a bottle. Having tried my fair share of conditioners and conditioning sprays over the years, I definitely give Joico Foaming Leave-In Conditioner the thumbs up. So go on, try it - your hair will thank you.

Rating:5

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