Editor's Rating & Review
This mid-weight leave-in treatment smoothes flyaways after blowdrying, but it's more of a styling cream. Run a dime-size portion (more makes hair crunchy) through a wet mop to "define and detangle" curls. The slippery mix of silicones and moisturizing oils, including jojoba and olive oils, give hair luster and silkiness, but for three days (as the product claims)? No way. One downer: The tube oozes as soon as you open it.
Sebastian Potion 9 Reviews
i liked this orange stuff!my grandma first used it and her hair was a little stiff (because she uses a lot), but its not frizzy in humidity and it keeps her hair in place. when i used it on my curly hair, it made it soft but did not hold my natural style. when you blow dry it, it completely smooths your hair! COMPLETELY. its a must have for blowdrying — 3 years, 10 months agokenya | 503 reviews
Not for my thick hairThis "potion" didn't do it for my thick long hair, I'll stick to Aveda. I'm very disappointed after hearing so many good things from friends but good thing I only borrowed from a friend to try it :) — 3 years, 7 months agoTBjunkie | 691 reviews
excellenti am getting awesome results! — 3 years, 7 months agobrassa | 447 reviews
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