Long Lasting...Anyway, 5 stars!...I normally straighten my hair but when I'm on vacation or heading to the beach this is perfect for throwing into my hair for the day and for touch ups....My stylist recommended this Amika product and I was in such desperate need for a fix that I rushed over to the salon to purchase a bottle since it's only available online at Sephora.
Which hair type is it good for?
✔ Tightly Coiled
What it is:
A pre-styling, moisturizing leave-in cream that provides light hold, definition, and improves manageability.
- Provides thermal protection
- Adds moisture
If you want to know more…
This moisturizing style cream gives hair the light hold, definition, and manageability you need for whatever style suits your mood.
What it is formulated WITHOUT:
What else you need to know:
This product is formulated without MIT/MCI, artificial colors, formaldehydes, formaldehyde-releasing agents, mineral oil, retinyl palmitate, oxybenzone, coal tar, hydroquinone, triclosan, triclocarban, aluminum, talc, and have less than one percent synthetic fragrances. It is safe for color-treated, Brazilian-treated, and keratin-treated hair.
Sea buckthorn berry (also known as obliphica) is included in all of Amika’s haircare and styling products. It contains over 190 biologically active compounds, including vitamin C (15 times more than an orange), vitamin A (three times more than a carrot), and vitamin E. It also has high concentrations of the rare omega-7, making up 40 percent of the berry. Typically only found in fish oil, omega-7 keeps free radicals at bay and promotes the production of collagen, a key building block for skin, hair, and nails.
Sea buckthorn has been thoroughly researched in over 130 modern scientific studies that have found that this berry promotes health. Women throughout the ages have used the obliphica berry to protect themselves against the ravages of the sun and the elements. Founded on tradition and now based on extensive scientific research, sea buckthorn is one of the biggest functional whole food rediscoveries of the 21st century.