As most of you might have known, I had my hair colored AGAIN. Actually, my plan was to just have my roots retouched and get the ends of my hair in a richer red color but it actually turns out to be a more, hmm... flashy kind of red which, apparently, isn't the kind my work would approve of. Initially I was like, "WTF happened?!" But after a few minutes, I smiled and told myself, "I think I kind of love it." However, again, my work might not be very approving of it so when I'm at work I usually tie it in a bun; and aside from that, the bleaching and coloring kind of made my hair brittle and damaged. Oh dear.
"Protein-rich formula can be used on all hair types. Gently smoothens, nourishes, and moisturizes hair, leaving hair smooth, soft and shiny."
The Good Bits:
First of all, it smells good. Yeah, that was my first reaction when I opened the big tub. I applied a generous amount on my hair (considering how brittle and damaged my hair seem to be) and used a shower cap to cover it up. According to the directions, it is recommended to be left on the hair for about 10 to 20 minutes but I was having dinner with some friends at home and watching movie so, I guess, I left it for about an hour and maybe that was the trick. After rinsing it, my hair felt smoother and softer without it looking and feeling oily. However, the real test will be for how long will this last?
I was surprised that even after a week, my hair still remained to be smooth, soft, and manageable. Bleached hair? Wasn't very obvious thanks to this product. I feel like I'm advertising a hair care treatment but really, I'm just glad to share with you all this new found hair miracle worker.
The Bad Bits:
Where to find Cynos products. There are a few salons who carry the brand but I don't see it readily available in the usual grocery stores so maybe that will be the tricky part.