Love them or hate them, the Kardashians seem to be everywhere. I know the family as a whole can be a bit controversial, so I'm not going to be talking about them in this post. What I will talk about, is my experience with their Pure Glitz Hairspray and Black Seed Dry Oil.
pure glitz hairspray
Out of every hair care product in my arsenal, hairspray always comes out as top priority. Even on days when I don't properly style my hair, I use hairspray. Perhaps I'll go into details about that another time. The Kardashian Beauty Pure Glitz Hair Spray has a light scent resembling cedar chips. I wouldn't say it's my favorite scent, but personally it is not offensive for my nose. When sprayed on the skin, it is glossy and not overly tacky. In the hair, it gives a medium hold, finishes strands with a gentle gloss and leaves hardly any crunch behind. If you are looking for an every day hairspray or finishing spray, that is comfortable to wear and live in, I would highly recommend the Kardashian's Pure Glitz. I would not use this formula however for formal up-dos, or any hair styling requiring a strong hold hairspray.
black see dry oil
This hair product left me a little confused and underwhelmed. If you're unfamiliar with dry oils, they are generally used to add moisture back into and nourish dry, damaged hair. The Kardashian Black Seed formula has a peppery scent about it and feels like a heavy serum in my hands. In my experiments with both dry and wet hair, this product didn't seem to do much of anything. It left a slight residue on dry hair, and gave my ends a glossy appearance which quickly dissipated throughout the day. When applied to wet hair, I noticed no immediate difference in appearance, and by the time my hair dried I'd forgotten that I'd even put the product in my hair! I'll have to give this a thumbs down, even though I was really keen to love this dry oil.
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