Editor's Rating & Review
Aussie Opposites Attract Protect and Soften Conditioner is moisturizing enough for dry hair but light enough to not weigh down fine hair. It's pretty amazing, the balance they've struck. When used with the Opposites Attract shampoo, my hair was soft and very shiny with plenty of bounce both after the first application and through weeks of use. Plus, it has a nice, light, fruity smell that lingers in hair. The bottle is tricky to open; I actually broke the lid after a week of use and came close to breaking a few nails, but it's a minor complaint and worth putting up with for the product.
Aussie Opposites Attract Conditioner Reviews
love!smells amazing, and TOTALLY softens. you can feel the softness when you get out of the shower. i love it. it is super affordable and made of natural ingredients. — 3 years, 6 months agokenya | 503 reviews
A Great everyday duo.I love this with the opposites attract shampoo, together they cleanse and moisturize perfectly. I have super fine, straight hair, I would think someone with extremely damaged hair or curly hair would need way more moisture, however. As far as drugstore hair products go, this is one of the tops. — 2 years agoluxylexi | 234 reviews
ehhhhThis is your average conditioner, nothing special. If you are happy with the conditioner you have now and just want to try something new, look elsewhere. This is no different than the many other conditioners on the drug store shelves. Aussie has came out with a lot of new lines lately but none seem to be as good as the lines they discontinued for their new products. The smell is pretty strong so make sure you smell it before you decide to buy. Edit- I think this conditioner is causing itchy scalp, nothing else has changed in my routine but this conditioner. I will be returning this. I was looking a cheap conditioner that would work well on my long thick hair which is really hard to untangle. I usually try to stick to natural products from the health food store, but it gets expensive so I switch once in a while. I like this product for the smell and it does feel very moisturizing. One of the reviewers said that it "coats" your hair, I would not be surprised because most of the cheap shampoos and conditioner rely on wax coating to make your locks shiny and silky. I use apple cider vinegar in my hair once in a while to deep cleanse and switch brands to try to minimize that effect. Apple cider vinegar is effective for the winter as well when the air is dry and you get dandruffs. It helps balance the ph. I rolled out of bed this morning, looked in the mirror and thought, "Wow. My hair is really shiny" --which is not typical for me. My hair looks healthy, feels ultrasoft, and shines even more than when I use John Frieda's salon glaze. I can't speak much for the strengthening aspect as yet being that I've only used it twice. I haven't noticed much less hair coming off on my comb. Hopefully with continued use my hair will become stronger and I'll give this product a fifth lippie. Until then, I give it an enthusiastic four. — 1 year, 5 months agomgibs96 | 35 reviews
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