I have not been doing product reviews for many days since I was busy doing eye makeup tutorials, but my eye infection stopped me from continuing with the tutorials for the time being and thankfully my eyes are getting normal once again. But I will tarry a bit more with the tutorials as I cannot take any more risk. So today, please contend yourself with a product review from me. Trust me, the read won’t be a waste of time.
Rs. 175 for 100 ml
Smoothes dry, frizzy, unruly hair. Natural moisture locking and conditioning effect of walnut oil helps in enhancing hair smoothness and your hair stays shiny, nourished and manageable all day.
How to use:
Work a small amount of serum in hands and apply evenly through damp hair. Blow dry or style as required. Can be re-applied throughout the day for added shine and frizz free hair.
It comes in a golden pump dispenser and I really love the look of it. The pump dispenses appropriate amount of serum each time.
Texture and fragrance:
The texture of this serum is really light, almost like water, and totally unlike the other serums I have used so far (read Livon and Silk n shine). The serum has a weird smell which puts me off, but thankfully the fragrance goes away within seconds of application. It spreads like a dream over wet hair, although I haven’t used it on dry hair yet.
My experience with Streax Perfect Shine Hair Serum :
Remember I was asking about some hair spray suggestions in ASK IMBB a few days back? You all suggested me many good sprays, but unfortunately, this is a small town and none of those were available :( I spotted this serum a few days back at the shop and thought of trying this instead. Now, I have fine and thin hair which is oily at the roots and normal to dry towards the ends. so any serum or conditioners which claims “intensive” treatment for dry and damaged hair is a strict no-no for me as they weigh down my hair and make them look even more scanty and limp. I was a bit skeptical about using this serum as it claims the same. But boy! I was in for the biggest surprise!
I applied this after I had shampooed my hair and then went on to blow dry it. Believe me, my hair never felt better! I admit my hair is always silky, but after using this serum it transformed into total silk! I could not help running my hands through my hair over and over again! And the best part is, it remained that way the entire day. I will let the pictures do the rest of the talking. They were clicked beside an open window in natural daylight, no flash is used.
Pros of Streax Perfect Shine Hair Serum :
1. Widely available.
2. Quite affordable for that quantity as only a pea sized amount is needed to cover mid length hair like mine.
3. Doesn’t contain silicones like other serums.
4. Totally lightweight.
5. Adds the perfect shine it claims.
Cons of Streax Perfect Shine Hair Serum :
The only con is the smell which lingers for a few seconds.
Do I recommendStreax Perfect Shine Hair Serum?
Yes! Grab it soon.
As soon as this gets over!
Hope this review was helpful. Enjoy the pics ladies
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