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Product Review: Sunsilk Perfect Straight

I have been blessed with striaght silky hair. I keep them at shoulder length for easy management. I prefer to let them loose. My bad hair days are often a result of my oily scalp. I have to tie them up and that is when they come to have a wavy impression that would stay if I do not use an optimum product.

The purple bottles that arrived by courier looked and smelt beautiful so full marks to the packaging guys for it. Before writing ths revew I used the shampoo and the conditioner twice, so let me go wash by wash:

First Wash: When I first used the shampoo, my scalp had begun to get slightly oily. I used the shampoo as I would use any other. I let the shampoo stay on for a couple of minutes before rinsing it off with luke warn water.

Then squeesing out the water from the tips I applied the conditoner and let it stay for just a minute as the instruction on the pack advised. Again I washed it off with luke warm water.

When my hair had begun to dry I did not notice anything different. There were definitely less tangles than would have been had I simply used the shampoo and not the conditoner. The good thing also was that there was no frizz that often happens when teh shampoo is not balanced and actually manages to dry out hair leaving the feeling undernourished.

Second Wash: The second wash came two days later. there was no oily scalp this time. I just needed a wash before stepping out for a party. I used it similarly as before, leaving the conditioner wee bit more than the suggested 1 minute.

Conclusion: I believe that the shampoo helps to sort out frizzy issues to a certain extent and I can not vouch if it is the best rescue for heavily frizzy and/ or curly hair. As far as my own experience is concerned, I like the packaging, the smell and the mildness of the shampoo. The conditioner works well too.



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