So I had great success with Avon Lotus Shield Frizz Control leave-in conditioner, which– as advertised– kept my hair sleek and smooth for three days.
Since my hair is thick, curly, and generally unmanageable, I am dependent on great products and styling to give it a civilized appearance. After significant testing, I definitely believe that Avon Lotus Shield will be a great addition to my hair regimen, and at a cool $12, it’s much less expensive than the high-end straightening product I normally use. A win-win!
However, I understand that not everyone wants (or needs!) to spend 45 minutes with the blowdryer just to style their hair. Several people asked me:
“Does Lotus Shield work if you don’t style your hair at all?”
I was wondering, too, so I tried it out. Here’s what my hair looked like when I simply shampooed, conditioned, applied Lotus Shield, and let it air dry:
Not exactly sans frizz, and I see many, many flyaways. When I compare it to my air-dried hair without Lotus Shield, though, it looks like a major improvement.
See– here’s how my hair looks when it’s shampooed, conditioned, and totally unstyled with no Lotus Shield. (And please remember that it hurts me to show the following pic at all!)
Comparing the photos, I definitely think that Lotus Shield gives my hair a much silkier, prettier texture– even without any blowdrying or styling at all. And I can see it working very well for someone with a cute, short, wash-and-go kind of cut.
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