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Name: Tresemmé Luxurious Moisture

Price: £1.29 for 100ml

No. of applications: 5 from a 100ml bottle, but it would easily have done 6 - I was just extravagant with the last couple of helpings, as I wanted to finish the bottle before going to Scotland and interrupting the experiment for a week. So strictly speaking 26p each, but if I'd been more frugal it would have worked out at 22p each.

Smell: Very mild, slightly ricey / starchy.

Appearance in hand: White with a slight pearlescent sheen. Texture similar to the last one, but slightly thicker.

Feeling when applied: Smooth and light, absorbed easily into hair.

First brush while still wet: Good. Similar performance to my old Garnier Fructis conditioner. Obviously there are some knots when I first start to brush, but they disappear pretty quickly.

Hair once dry: Very good. Falls into place nicely, looks smooth, shiny and well-cared-for.

Later brush: Also very good. Barely even seems to need any further brushing beyond the original styling while still wet, at least if I haven't been out in the wind anyway. Hair hangs really nicely and generally looks just how I want it to.

Overall: Yay, this one is excellent! It has all the same good qualities as the Pantene conditioner which I last reviewed, but doesn't make my hair hang down too poker-straight in the way that that one did. I suppose a conditioner could be more perfect than this, so I will hang back from actually giving it 10 out of 10, but this is the best I've tried so far and I can't imagine I will improve on this. 9/10.

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Feb. 27th, 2013 10:10 pm (UTC)
I've tried Tresemme and liked it too.

Have a fab holiday!
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