I’m not sure I’ve had to do this before, but I feel I didn’t give Orifluido a proper go the first time I tried it – it was lovely and left my hair soft and shiny and exactly what I’d expect from a good mask, especially one boosted with Argan oil. But, this second time around with it has revealed it to be exceptional. The difference between first use and second is the amount of time I left it on for. The first time it had a scant five minutes to do its work – this time I left it on for a good twenty minutes and wow! Those extra minutes have revealed a whole other dimension to the mask. This time, I’d go as far as to say it has given mega-shine and my hair feels soft, light and silky. It’s pretty amazing stuff and given that Kerastase Age Recharge (now Age Premium) is the one I thought nobody would beat and I used it last week, I can safely say Orifluido has beaten it flat out. It’s £12.90 at www.stunninghairandbeauty.com.
Kerastase Age Premium is around £20, depending upon where you look.
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I just went and bought this as my hair is like straw at the moment, how I love the internet. Thanks for the review x
It sounds great…have to check if it has silicone in it…if so, have to give it a miss (bad for my curls!). Love the pricepoint too!
Although this is not a mask but a different kind of product, I’ve read LOTS of amazing reviews about Kérastase Fluide Chroma Riche (125Ml). I would love to try it now, hope it really is that good.