For Loreal Paris Advanced Haircare Volume Filler Thickening Conditioner with Filloxane
What it is:
A thickening conditioner for fine, thin hair.
water, glycerin, fragrance, linalool, benzyl alcohol, limonene, citric acid, soluble collagen.
How it feels/smells/looks:
It is a thick, white cream conditioner with the consistency between a lotion and a body butter/hair mask. It smells sugary and sweet like tangy candy. Sweet tarts, maybe?
Why I like it:
While I think it failed to thicken my hair, I did like how smooth and soft this conditioner kept my hair. The scent also lasted as long as I didn’t put something else on top of it, which most of the time, I do put something on it. I would repurchase this conditioner. I want to buy the whole system, though. I feel like that is the only way to find out if this range of products really do something to my hair. I have a huge bottle of shampoo to get through, so this might not happen for quite some time. Maybe I’ll get a blonding conditioner in the mean time…
9 thoughts on “Thicker Hair?”
I like loreal hair products a lot, more than Pantene. That’s also a pretty shade of purple.
The reason why I got it. Lol.
When I bought it, I got the pink one. Though that was just a plus, because the pink ones are for smoothing hair.
Lol. I know. The purple was for thickening/volume which I need.
Well that’s good. At least you didn’t buy it just because it’s purple. Lol.
But that would be classic me. Lol
I know, but same. If it’s a nice color I usually want it.
I usually love L’oreal hair products so thanks for this review. Just found your blog and love it. Following immediately. =)
Awe! Thanks! Loreal is usually good and even though it didn’t make my hair thicker, it did leave my hair very soft and manageable.