- Esquire Winner Best Hair Cream!
There's a riot going on...in your hair! Elicit the
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Well I can tell you know, whoever was voting for the award was either given a different product or has no idea about hair styling.
The cream comes in a plastic pot with a screw top. When opening it has a plastic/foil seel on the top. When I opened it, to my surprise it was fluorescent green in colour. Which matched it's smell. It's smell was horrendous, like some sort of cleaning product.
Anyway I continued to try it out, I applied a small amount to my head, "a small amount goes a long way". In fact a small amount does absolutely nothing at all. So I used some more until I used about a two finger tips. At that point I realised that actually this wasn't doing anything at all and was just adding more grease to my hair. I am pretty sure my hair had less texture after using it than before. Which I didn't think was possible.
Anyway, I thought I'd stick with it but after an hour the smell was so over powering and it wasn't going anywhere I had to wash it off.
This product is useless, if you like spending this kind of money on some fluorescent green toilet cleaner that does absolutely nothing for your hair then by all means buy it. But I wouldn't waste your time, there are plenty of cheaper options that do nothing at all as well.
I'm switching back to redken products as they are the best I've found so far.
It might be worth noting I have medium length hair, that is about 2 inches long at its longest.
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1) product is thin so runs out quicker than thicker grade stuff
2) Pricey for how long it lasted
3) Nothing beats Bed Head "hard to get" which is still my go to.