Thanks to being a bzzagent I get the opportunity to receive full size products for free to give my honest feedback on, it’s pretty darn awesome. Sometimes I find products that I LOVE, and other times….no so much. I
I recently received this product:
Most all of you that I have very thick, curly hair and with that comes…dryness and frizz.
So I was super excited when I was selected for the Garnier Fructis Triple Nutrition campaign. Once it arrived I couldn’t wait to try it out.
So, I did.
The first time I applied it, I applied half of it to my damp hair, and then waited for the other half to dry and then I tried it on the dry side.
I felt like it left my hair weighted down and oily, the opposite of what they said it would do.
I tried some out of my arm, and felt like it was similar to a tanning oil, not appealing – especially with a newborn, feeling greasy is the last thing that I want.
I was so disappointed but I couldn’t give up hope, it was probably user error, right?
I tried this product for over a week and a half.
On damp hair, on dry hair, on curly hair, on straight hair.
I even used a tiny bit for a shine agent on my straightened hair, not using it until it was straight and ready for shine, same results.
I tried spritzing it several time throughout my hair, I tried spritzing it once or twice.
I kept find the same results.
In fact, you can see my experience below:
I know…my hair looks wet.
It’s dry with the Garnier Fructis Triple Nutrition it.
You can see it both straight and curly.
So sadly friends, I found this product isn’t a fit for me, and my preferences.
I’m not saying this product is horrid for everyone, but I didn’t feel like it was fit for me.
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