Philip Kingsley Hair Elasticizer Reviews
Product Type: Philip Kingsley hair care products
Description:Manufacturer: Philip Kingsley / Hair Care Type: Hair Treatment / Elasticizer
Newest Review: ... goes very nicely with my ever growing collection of bedroom products. The masque itself is a creamy white gloop, which you ... more
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Customer Philip Kingsley Hair Elasticizer Reviews (3)
by - written on 20/04/13 (Useful, 17 readings)
Although expensive, this is probably one of my most loved hair masques in my collection. I love the packaging, a large tub with a huge amount of product in it, which doesn't look too fancy, or too cheap and goes very nicely with my ever growing collection of bedroom products. The masque itself is a creamy white gloop, which you are advised to use by wetting hair, sectioning and then applying. After leaving it on for 20 minutes, then wash hair thoroughly and continue to style as normal. I try and apply this nearly every time I wash my hair, and preferably for much longer than 20 minutes (i've sometimes slept with it in) and I feel that the bounce and shine it ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/03/12 (Useful, 29 readings)
Three 20ml satchets of elsticizer are included in the Philip kingsley jet set kits. Mine came with the jet set body & shine kit which I ordered slightly discounted from QVC. My hair if very fine but also dried out from years of colouring so decided to give it a go to see how it would live up to other hair treatments I have used in the past. For fine hair only a little is needed & should be applied only to mid to end lengths of hair, I use around a 2p coin sized amount so one satchet lasts me around five treatments though of course more would be needed for thicker hair. Its applied before shampooing & works better if head is then covered with a shower cap. On . Read the complete review
by - written on 27/09/10 (Very useful, 86 readings)
This at first glance can seem a very expensive hair conditioner yet really this is far from the truth. This is what I would call a hair mask, it's a very thick texture, slimy to touch yet spreads easily into the hair. Only place this on the ends or shaft of hair, not the roots, as it would be a waste of product and make your hair rather oily. The product is meant to be on your hair for at least half an hour before washing out. Basically you could put it on your hair before you have a leisurely shower or bath, then wash your hair as you normally do. It washes out easily leaving no sticky residue. I have very thick hair so found ... Read the complete review
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