I had used OGX Thick and Full Biotin and Collagen Shampoo and was decently satisfied with it’s quality. So, this product looked quite alluring to go with it. I spent some time researching on good styling products and finally bought this online. Frankly, I have fine hair and have been over sceptical about using chemicals or even blow drying my hair. So, this had to be the first styling product in my kitty. The whole OGX range is quite impressive and the products look amazing. This one was a bright purple bottle with a hassle free nozzle spray. Now that I have it delivered and have used it few times, let me tell you whether this product reached up to my expectations or not.
- A high performance blend with Vitamin B7 biotin.
- It infuses nutrients into every strand while collagen and hydrolyzed wheat protein create the appereance of thicker, fuller, healthier looking hair.
Rs 725 for 177 ml
My Experience with Organix Thick & Full Biotin & Collagen Root Boost Spray:
I love the color of the pack, a vibrant violet. I think I would have just picked it for the looks. So, when I used it with the OGX Thick and Full Biotin and Collagen shampoo; after spraying it on the roots of the hair, I actually felt that it is giving a lift to my hair. Strangely, the hair strands towards the roots actually felt thicker but alas, it did not last after an hour or so. I do not have a problem with it’s musty smell. I kind of like to feel the scent and realise there is something exotic applied on my hair 😉 .
The best part is it feels light and not greasy at all. I could easily rely on this product on my second day of after shampooing when the hair starts to get a little oily and limp. The spray packaging makes the whole process of application very smooth and easy. One has to just make sure that the product is applied to towel dried hair, while it is still a little damp.
For people who want the perfect look you can apply it on the roots, lift the hair slightly with the fingers and then start blow drying it. For ultimate volume, spray liberally onto roots and blow-dry upside down. I do not prefer blow drying my hair, so the alternative I use is I flip my hair upside down and apply it to the underside for an over all generalised volume. It will definitely give that sassy look you want. Having said this, for my medium short, thin hair this works for an hour and then my hair is back to being flat. So, I would not say it is a miraculous volumizer, but definitely worth a try.
Pros of Organix Thick & Full Biotin & Collagen Root Boost Spray:
- Instantly gives a lift to the hair.
- Creates a nice bounce.
- Not just lifts the hair, but also texturises it.
- Makes hair look glossier.
- Spray packaging is very easy to use, one can localise it’s effects to certain areas of the head and hence, helps one style better.
Cons of Organix Thick & Full Biotin & Collagen Root Boost Spray:
- People who hate to use products with a scent would not like it.
- Might not be a good match to all hair types.
- Might leave the hair a little dry and coarse.
- May make the hair a bit stiff.
- Excessive/Regular use is not recommended as it makes the hair look dull in due course of time.
- It is a styling product, so definitely does not do any permanent good to the hair.
- Availability is a concern. It is mostly available online.
Would I repurchase Organix Thick & Full Biotin & Collagen Root Boost Spray?
Yes, I might if I do not get to hear rave reviews about any other lifting product.
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