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Garnier fructis 1 minute mask review


~This is a non-paid review~

Today we are going to be talking about what I like about the product, how it feels and the smell.
So let's get right into it this conditioner. 

The Smell

Number one I love the smell of it. The smell is not too strong or sweet it has a soft undertone. I was able to get two free samples of Garnier Fructis 1 minute mask courtesy of Pinchme.com.
The samples I got was smoothing treat + avocado extract and nourishing treat +coconut extract.
So when I washed my hair I used my regular shampoo that I always use then I put the conditioner on after my three lathers and repeat.now on the back of the sample, it gives you directions of how you could use this conditioner. You can use it as a mask by applying it to damp hair after you wash it and let it sit in your hair for one minute then rinse it out. That's is what I did, or use it as a leave in conditioner or as a traditional conditioner. I feel either option you take adding this product to your hair your hair will love it too.

The Feel

The conditioner is very creamy and lathers well. I used both samples at the same time why because I only had two small samples but also they work on two different parts of you hair as well one is nourishing your hair and one is smoothing which was perfect for me because I do a lot of protective hairstyles  and when you do a lot of protective hairstyles sometimes your hair doesn't get as much nourishment as it does as when it is down so I was kind of glad I got the two samples I got.

If I were to use just one of the samples on my hair it still would be enough for my hair texture the creaminess alone help go through my hair if this conditioner was watered down it would have gone through my hair but it would not stick and do its work like it did. the mask worked very well in my hair it did not run down my face as other conditioners and it also made my hair feel softer and it was also easier for me to detangle I will be buying this product to put in my archives of shampoos and conditioner if you would like to try it as well I would like to tell you to go for it and see what its like for your self.












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