Lush Jasmin & Henna Fluff-Eaze Reviews
Product Type: Lush hair care products
Description:Brand: Lush / Type: Conditioner / Pre-wash conditioner /
Newest Review: ... The mask contains olive, wheatgerm, almond, brazil nut, coconut, hemp, soya and castor oils, which Lush claim will help ... more
Customer Lush Jasmin & Henna Fluff-Eaze Reviews (8)
by - written on 03/04/08 (Very useful, 474 readings)
Not that I need one but I wanted an excuse to go into Lush because it had been a long time since I had been in there, Bomb Cosmetics has caught my attention for far too long and I wanted to try something new and something different. Something that didn't come in the shape of a bath bomb or soap. So I started looking at the Shampoos as my last venture with 'I love Juicy' was favourable but then I found the hair treatment section and found a product that caught my attention. My hair can cause me a lot of problems if I don't treat it with love and attention. It is like it suddenly starts sulking and no amount of styling; lotions and potions will make it look even ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/08/12 (Very useful, 85 readings)
I was in Lush a while ago and decided to purchase a tub of Jasmine and Henna Fluff-Eaze. This is a hair treatment product designed to reduce frizz and add shine to hair. My coloured, processed hair is often frizzy and isn't in the greatest condition, so I decided to give this a go to see if it would help sort it out. The product comes in a large 220g tub and costs £10.90. It is suitable for vegans and contains Persian red henna for shine, jasmine absolute for fragrance, soya, extra virgin olive oils, wheatgerm and coconut oils, ylang ylang and almond oils, hemp, brazil nut oil and castor. The description on the pot states that it is a "Jasmine scented, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/05/12 (Very useful, 84 readings)
Lush - Jasmine and Henna Fluff-Eaze hair moisturiser Well anyone who has read my reviews over time must realise that I cannot walk passed a Lush shop without being mysteriously drawn in and about two weeks ago I was in the Westfield Centre in Derby and had a few minutes to fill in so off I went to play in Lush. If you have been living on a secluded island and not read any reviews on Dooyoo or Ciao for years then you may not have heard of the wonderful cosmetic company called Lush. Lush make their products with as many fresh natural products as possible using little or no preservatives. They source their ingredients from countries where the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 31/07/11 (Very useful, 73 readings)
As I am due to be a bridesmaid for my best friend's wedding in just a few days, over the past month or so, I have been experimenting with every hair treatment that I can lay my hands on in a bid to transform my dry, damaged hair into silky bouncy locks that even a princess would be proud of. Yes, I'm aiming high! I bought two hair treatments from Lush as a starting point. One was H'suan Wen Hua, which I've already reviewed and the other was the Jasmin and Henna Fluff-Eaze. What is the purpose of the product? The purpose of the product is to intensely moisturise dry and damaged hair to leave it stronger and in a better condition. Lush promised that this ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/08/09 (Very useful, 145 readings)
Now it seems like I am in the minority when I write this review unfortunately. I say unfortunately because I absolutely love Lush and almost all of their products work wonders for me....apart from this one. I bought this after reading reviews about it on Lush's own website and as everyone was raving about it and singing it's praises I thought it had to be worth a try, anything to help calm my fluffy hair! It isn't cheap at £10.10 for a pot, but if the reviews were anything to go by then it seemed well worth the money for such a wonderous product....how wrong was I! I didn't get off to a good start when I opened the tub, a sweet sickly overpowering ... Read the complete review
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