Macadamia Flawless Cleansing Conditioner-£21.90
I mentioned in my recent Empties video that I didn’t get on very well with most cleansing conditioners because they don’t leave my hair feeling clean at all. I love the idea of a cleansing conditioner though because I try not to wash my hair everyday and sometimes I need a little more refreshing than what a dry shampoo can achieve.
Macadamia Flawless is the ultimate all-in-one hair product. This is a sort of shampoo, conditioner as well as serum, so when I use this in my hair it’s a one-stop shop. It not only conditions the hair leaving it silky smooth, but it also feels like you’ve washed your hair with shampoo…when you haven’t. I still tend to add some heat protectant to my hair when I use this and plan on blow-drying it, but if I’ve got the time to let it air dry I just let it be.
(There are specific directions, but I’ve kind of added my own twist)
-Lightly emulsify 1-2 pumps between hands. This is a mousse product when it comes out of the can and as you rub your hands together it turns into a creamy, mousse-conditioner.
-Apply to wet hair and massage over hair and scalp area for 3-5 minutes. I don’t go at it for 3-5 minutes, but I make sure it’s well worked in and then leave it in my hair for the duration of my shower.
-Add a little extra water and massage one more time before rinsing it out.
I think the key to this cleansing conditioner is that it’s a mousse. It adds so much volume to my hair and because the product is so light it almost feels like it adds a layer of air between each strand of hair. It is truly amazing and one of the most fascinating hair products I’ve ever tried. It’s definitely on the pricey side, but for someone who doesn’t have a lot of time or is trying to wean themselves off of shampooing everyday this would be a great product to have.
Note-I just saw this “Macadamia Flawless Cradle” on FeelUnique for £21.88 which includes the Flawless Cleansing Conditioner, Macadamia Healing Oil Treatment and a comb! Nice little bargain!
Do cleansing conditioners appeal to you?