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Timotei Deep Brunette Conditioner

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Brand: Timotei / Type: Conditioner

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      08.08.2010 00:21
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      Brilliant conditioner...I love it!

      After loving the matching shampoo of this so much I was really pleased that at the same time as purchasing the shampoo I picked up this conditioner. Although I felt that just using the shampoo that matches this didn't harm my hair alone I do prefer to use a conditioner after each wash on my long locks.

      As I explained in my review about the Timotei Brunette Shampoo my hair is mostly now brunette, with a bit of black towards the ends of my hair due to it not fully being grown out yet, so I chose this shampoo to enhance my brownness!

      The Packaging:

      300ml orangy coloured plastic bottle with a bronze coloured flip-top lid to the bottom of it concealing a small hole. On the front of the bottle I am told that it is Timotei 'Beauty Recipes From Around The World', Deep Brunette for all shades of brown and that of course its a conditioner and there is a small picture of a bottle of oil on there, some brown powder and what I think is some sort of nut 'A subtle alliance of henna leaf extract from Egypt renowned for its darkening properties and organic argon oil from Morocco known to moisturize and bring extra shine to the hair' we also get told. On the back of the bottle other information listed includes being told a bit about the product, directions for use are given as are the ingredients and the size (as I've listed already) and contact details for Unilever are given. It's a nice quality, easy to squeeze bottle and I like the slight curve to its middle cos its great for ease of handling and of course the bottle is as informative as it needs to be.

      Using It:

      In colour this is a shimmery cream colour, nice thickish consistency (though easy to squeeze out of the tube) and smells really rather classy and sort of florals and fruits combined with a sweet overtone to it but really, really nice. To use it of course you simply wash your hair first, apply this throughout the hair and then rinse, or for extra conditioning leave on the hair for a minute and then rinse.

      This has a slightly greasy feeling to it making it easy to distribute over the hair so a little of it goes a very long way. It feels soft and smooth in use and it's easy to rinse off the hair and hair feels really silk like.

      Verdict:

      Not only does this leaves hair delicately scented for a good few hours but hair feels soft, shiny and manageable and really does look smooth, de-frizzed and really naturally shimmery. I am so impressed with this gorgeous conditioner as my hair has never looked so glossy, felt so manageable or looked so strong. I'm losing less hair through brushing and/or breakage since using this the past couple of weeks and I really do rate this product very highly indeed! Recommended from me!

      Available in all good good supermarkets etc, and if not on offer will set you back around £2.00 a bottle.

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