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Monday, 19 January 2015

Lush - Jasmine and Henna Fluff Ease, review

Jasmine and Henna Fluff Ease (Eaze): my next Lush product chosen by you for reviewing!
This cream is a pre-shampooing treatment for all types of hair, especially recommended to dry and frizzy hair, it has a “jasmine fragrance (that) will stick with you for days after using it, so you'll have irresistibly soft, shiny and sexy smelling locks”.
This super rich product has red henna infusion, to protect and make your hair naturally shiny, and a mix of hydrating oils such as extra virgin olive oil, wheat germ oil, Brazil nut oil and extra virgin coconut oil.
This sounds great, so how is it exactly?


Jasmine and Henna Fluff Ease is a yellow and smooth cream with a powerful jasmine scent, it has to be applied on dry hair and left there for 20 minutes, then rinsed off with shampoo.
I used it on the full length of my hair, I massaged it on the scalp too, and I’ve found I had to take a huge amount of product in order to coat my wild mane homogeneously.
However, it washes off easily and really makes my hair soft, extremely light, less fluffy and easy to comb.
The Jasmine and Henna Fluff Ease’s scent is phenomenal, in my case it lasts for two days but I doubt everyone will love it.
Its perfume can result very strong, so much that I had to lock myself in the bathroom and save other people’s noses!
I have a kind of love and hate relationship with jasmine-scented products but this one didn’t bother me a lot. This is probably because there aren’t flower bites in the mixture (read about Godiva solid shampoo instead).
The shine that this treatment promises is real but it’s a pity I must use an extra product to control my curls after it. 

PROS:
it’s easy to use,
it’s vegan,
it conditions and tames hair,
it gives a nice shine

CONS:
it requires a huge amount to cover the hair completely,
it has a high price outside UK
(scent?)

You can find the Jasmine and Henna Fluff Eaze chez Lush boutiques or online stores, its prices may considerably vary: it costs 12.95£ in the UK (an honest price), 22.95$ in the US and 20.95€ in Italy
It’s quite price outside the United Kingdom but it deserves to be tried once or at least to be sniffed in the shop! 
My hair loves it, my pocket a bit less, anyway it’s a nice product. 

Valens

2 comments:

  1. I haven't tried it before!

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  2. Oh Bisma, if you like flowery scents, you should try it! It's really good for hair ;-)
    See you on the net and thanks for commenting!
    xoxo

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