I was sent Oribe Signature Shampoo and Signature Conditioner to trial, which I’ve now done, and think I’ve finally found something to rival my beloved Ojon. I loved both the shampoo and conditioner; the shampoo for being light and ultra-cleansing, and the shampoo for being luxuriously slick and for rinsing out properly. My biggest bug-bear with conditioners is when I have to spend an extra god-knows-how-long in the shower trying to get it out of my hair – when that happens, the product’s next outing is to the bin. Post blow-dry, I have shiny, silky and healthy looking hair – you know, that stuff that ads promise but products generally don’t deliver. This one did and I’m hooked – even on the sinister looking packaging; very Twilight.
Meanwhile, in beautyland, the product that has caused the biggest beauty editor stir is Oribe Royal Blow Out that claims to cut down drying time – what miracles! It also apparantly unruffles the most troublesome hair into something approaching smoothness and shine. I have it here, but didn’t use it and even as I’m writing this, I’m wondering why. Next time, next time!
It’s all available at SpaceNK, but be warned, it isn’t cheap..prices start at £26ish.
Elizabeth Arden Hyaluronic Acid Ceramide Capsules
I’d be prepared to put money down to bet that you won’t have experienced a skin care texture like this before...
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