Tuesday, March 18, 2014

L'Oreal Liss Unlimited Review

More or less 5 months after giving birth to my little darling here, my hair started to be brittle and fall. I've had long hair for the longest time, the last I remember having short bob hair was in 2004, then I grew it back. Anyway, I had my long locks chopped before New Year, the falling lessened not because I cut it, but I think because I already had enough falling hair, so I can see fine new hair growing now. I was supposed to get a hair rebond again, or else Brazilian blowout. However, looks like my hair isn't ready for it yet. In the meantime, I will continue growing my hair, not washing it everyday to avoid breakage and loss, but maintain it with the help of a smoothing cream.

This is what I use to tame my rebellious hair-- L'Oreal Liss Unlimited Keartinoil Complex.

Here's the before and after photos using the said product. Oppss, excuse those eyebags! :P

What I like a lot about L'Oreal Liss Unlimited is its ability to smooth my hair without making it feel too heavy. To use L'Oreal Liss Unlimited, I first wash my hair and condition it, blow dry it to achieve volume, then apply a pea-size cream to the surface to smooth out those tikwas.

The only thing which I do not like about L'Oreal Liss Unlimited is how sticky or oily it is on my hands. The residue is kind of hard to wash after application. Anyway, that's the remedy to that issue, you just have to wash it well. No more problem other than that though, so I continue using it.

1 comment:

  1. we have the same hair concerns kolca :) i have my hair relaxed every year which is very expensive so lately ive been trying to maintain it on my own, argan oil works wonders and the next homemade DIY conditioner id like to try is coconut oil + lime a lot of ppl say its good at taming frizz and such :) btw im hosting a VS giveaway and i hope you can join :)


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