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Jasmin and Henna Fluff-Eaze [Oct. 2nd, 2007|10:55 pm]
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Jasmin and Henna Fuff-eaze

Hi
I'm relatively new to Lush products, so please keep posting your reviews to help me find the best stuff.

Yesterday I was given a free sample of Jasmine and Henna Fluff Eaze. Good choice by the sampling lady; I have hair which enjoys fluffing out at the ends and yesterday I was giving it a day off from gel etc. so it was dancing happily in the autumn breeze and made a nice halo of fluff by the time i got to the shop.
So today I tried it out, it took a few minutes to work through my hair and then I left on for the advised 20 minutes whilst making a cup of tea and watching the morning news. Then I showered it off and used my normal (non-lush, any recommendations?) shampoo and conditioner, and allowed to dry naturally.
It really worked, my hair stayed sleek and shiny all day with only a hint of frizziness after a long walk outside, which brushed down again easily. The best bit is that i have been walking around in my own personal cloud of jasmine scent, every time my hair brushes across my face i get a delicious whiff. Don't know how it manages to hang on in there and drown out the shampoo smell, but it does.
It is, naturally, the most expensive hair treatment available at £9.95 for 220g. But when I save up enough pennies for a whole tub I won't need to use perfume any more!
I wanted to be cautious with my first review but this has to be 5 out of 5 for gorgeousness. Only people who don't like the scent of jasmine or trying to save money should avoid this treatment.
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