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Hask Shine Spray On Luninator

Reviewing: Hask Shine Spray For Hair  |  Rating:
sizwizz By sizwizz on
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I'm always on the lookout for a hair product that will make my hair look healthy. With hair coloring and flat ironing, my hair can get very dry. Normally I use a salon product to add shine to my hair, but during my stay in another city, I was caught without my usual product.

I found this hair product at Walmart. It was cheap enough, so I figured I wouldn't be out too much money if I didn't like it. All I have to say is, "Boy, was I wrong!" I kind of hate to admit that some of the over-the-counter hair products are as good as salon products, but I'd have to say, this one works!

After shampooing, I spray the Shine Spray Luminator on towel dried, damp hair. I distribute it throughout my hair with a comb, and go about my normal routine. When I'm finished styling my hair, it has so much more shine than if I hadn't used the product. I remember my sister-in-law asking what kind of shampoo I was using because my hair was so shiny, and this was while we were in a restaurant under indoor lighting!

If you need to 'shine' your hair a bit more, you can spray a little more on after it's dry. But as with most similar products, you have to be careful not to overdo it. In this case, more is not better, especially if you have fine hair. It can make your hair look greasy! I prefer this type of spray-on hair shiner, versus the thick liquid type that you emulsify in your hands and apply to the hair. Again, if your hair is fine the spray is probably better.

The first two ingredients are, Cyclomethione, and Isododecane. (Scary, huh?) Actually, the first ingredient is a silicone oil, and the second one is an emollient, soluble with silicone. But don't let the unpronounceable ingredients stop you from trying the Hask Shine Spray-On Luminator.