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Charles Worthington Light As Air Serum Mist

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Brand: Charles Worthington / Type: Hair Moisturiser / Texture: Serum / What it does: moisturizes

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      17.12.2012 21:55
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      shiny hair success!

      ~Serum Mist~ Light As Air Serum Mist is part of the Charles Worthington Shine Salon Finish range. Serum Mist is described as being a 'super light hair shine serum'. It is a shine boosting spritz which should enhance the natural shine of your hair whilst giving extra control. Serum Mist is aimed at those with fine or combination hair types. Its formula should help control frizz and flyaway hair and leave dull looking hair looking polished. Serum Mist has added crystal extract for shiny hair. A matching conditioner and shampoo is available should you wish to use this as part of a routine. Serum Mist should be applied to dry hair and can be sprayed directly onto your hair or by spraying into the air and walking through the mist. ~Packaging~ Serum Mist is presented in a rather simple cream and black aerosol can. The important product information is present as well as flammable warnings and solvent abuse warnings. The can is suitable for recycling after use. ~Price and Availability~ A 100ml sized can is available from www.charlesworthington.co.uk priced at £5.19. ~My Thoughts~ When my sister had her monthly clearout of beauty products in October, little sister received a huge bag of new stuff to try out. My sisters buys stuff and gets bored easily but I benefit from this obsession. In amongst this goody bag was a can of Serum Mist. I have tried a few different Charles Worthington products and have found them to be good mainly but quite overpriced. I recently had my hair cut to half its length and have found myself needing to pay more attention to making it presentable as it isn't long enough to put in a bobble at the moment. I have used this spray quite a lot since receiving it and quite like it. My hair is quite thick and does get frizzy very easily so anything to help tame the frizz and add a bit of life to my hair is always welcomed. I have coloured hair which often lacks shine so this product is great for me personally. Serum Mist is easy to apply. The spray top releases a mist of liquid which reminds me of hairspray. I just spray it across my whole head like I would a hairspray and this works well for me. The mist feels incredibly light and almost weightless really on my head. At first the spray leaves a slight damp feeling on my hair but it is absorbed quickly and leaves no residue. Serum Mist has quite a strong hairspray smell at first but this quickly settles down and leaves a nice perfumed aroma on my hair which is quite pleasant. Serum Mist helps to tame any frizzy strands of hair and leave my hair looking sleek and generally more manageable. My hair is left looking healthy and shiny. Serum Mist allows my hair colour to be a little brighter looking and fresher. I find it best to use this Serum Mist inbetween washes as it gives my hair a freshly washed and conditioned shine which lasts well. ~Conclusion~ Serum Mist is simple to use and leaves my hair looking good. I have used other shine sprays before and find this to be on par with others I have tried. It is quite expensive but a 100ml can does last well as it is a fine mist and not much is needed to perform. 4 stars Thanks for reading :)

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    charles worthington / Hair Moisturiser