A Milkshake…For Your Hair?

Lick your lips and get your hair ready for fall with a milkshake! That’s right, I said a milkshake!  No worries about caloric intake here because the Milkshake Leave-In Conditioner is for your tresses, not your taste buds.

Hair milkshake leave-in conditionerThis is a new line of products we couldn’t wait to review in the salon simply out of curiosity!  The Milkshake Leave-In Conditioner comes in very nice packaging and the product itself is a glistening yellow consistency.  When I first sprayed it on my client’s long, tangled, over-processed mess of hair…ooo la la we loved it!  The smell alone is something new to the hair world.  We’re used to synthetic citrus and floral scents, not the foodie, you-just-walked-into-a-bakery feeling you get from this product.  It has a sweet, butterscotch-like but not overpowering aroma that was like spraying a sweet candy mist over the hair.  What’s the real kicker?  It actually WORKS!  I sprayed my client’s hair from root to tip and lo and behold, my brush and comb moved seamlessly through her otherwise damaged hair.  The milkshake mist made the hair much easier to work with and blow dry and left her hair with a beautiful shine and delicious smell.

The fun doesn’t stop there.  I have sampled the entire line of Milkshake products from shampoos to conditioners and styling products and they all get an A+ rating from me.  Today, I am having love specifically for the Milkshake Leave-In Conditioner and would recommend this yummy hair splurge to anyone.

Learn more about the entire line of Milkshake Hair Products and where to find them HERE.

Rob Horton bio picAbout The Author:  Renowned stylist Rob Horton has over 19 years in the beauty industry including extensive training at the Vidal Sassoon Academy in London. Rob is not only an accomplished platform artist/educator but also a talented editorial stylist that has worked with some of the world’s top hairdressers. His passion for educating the “new talent” of tomorrow has prompted Hairsomething.com…an online resource dedicated to educating stylists and consumers alike. Through his insightful reviews and tips, Rob gives us the means to sort through the copious amounts of trends and products in the world of beauty, and find what is best for our style and overall health of our hair.

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Will you give your hair a milkshake?