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Name: Charles Worthington Sunshine

Price: £1.99 for 75ml = £2.65 for 100ml

No. of applications: 5 from a 75ml bottle = c. 6.5 per 100ml = c. 45p each

Smell: Perfumey, though not in an unpleasant way.

Appearance in hand: Texture - quite similar to my old conditioner, although a little thicker. Came out of the bottle in distinct 'worms'. Smooth and creamy but no pearlescence. Colour - white.

Feeling when applied: Light, easily absorbed.

First brush while still wet: Very good. Few knots, easy to brush through.

Hair once dry: Also good. Nice sheen, lies well, feels smooth and silky, barely any stragglers.

Later brush: Seems very prone to static on later brushing. Otherwise good - shiny, silky, smooth.

Overall: Very good performance apart from the tendency to static when re-brushed later in the day. That is quite off-putting, though. Also the most expensive conditioner per application which I have tried so far. 8/10.

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Apr. 1st, 2013 11:37 pm (UTC)
Surely Charles Worthington Sunshine can only be the name of a character in a children's book.

I'm thinking.... the an aristocratic, but cheerfully eccentric inventor uncle of the child protagonists - Professor Branestawm crossed with Lord Peter Wimsey. He lives in a huge, formerly splendid, but now sadly decayed, mansion that they visit for Christmas. He has invented the spaceship / time machine / flying submarine / inter-dimensional portal that is the mechanism for said children's' adventures. He'll have a faithful, elderly lackey who'll either be called Murbles, or who'll be very Scottish and called Mac-Something.

The children will have a dog.

Edited at 2013-04-02 12:35 am (UTC)
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