This versatile cream ensures your hair looks great, however hot,dry or humid it gets out there. It enhances natural movement, smoothens and leaves you in charge, whatever the weather.
Specially created for Indian hair. Protects from the environment and heat styling damage.
Price: Rs 450/- for 150g
The BBlunt Climate Control Anti-Frizz Leave-In Cream (150g) comes in an opaque black plastic bottle with a pump. The pump has a lock mechanism so you don’t accidentally pump out any excess product. The packaging is light-weight, spill-proof and sturdy so it can be carried with you while travelling although for travelling, you may want to carry the smaller (50g) sized version of this product.
The product inside is a white lotion-like cream. If you like your hair smelling good, then you’re going to love this product. It has an amazing fragrance that keeps on making you want to get whiff of your hair! Sadly though, it doesn’t last for a long time.
HOW I LIKE TO USE IT
This is a leave-in cream specifically designed for frizzy Indian hair. So after a shower, I take about 1-1.5 pumps (you can take less or more depending on your hair length) and rub it onto my palms. I then spread it throughout the ends of my towel-dried hair. And after this, I blow-dry my hair. I feel that this product helps keep my ends looking hydrated and in-control as opposed to them looking dry and rough! If used this way, it keeps your hair looking manageable, hydrated yet does not weigh them down.
I also like to use it one other way. And if you have hair like me, you’ll love using it this way too. You know when you have an oily scalp and very dry ends, your hair looks great the first day after a wash but as it goes to the 2nd or 3rd day, the top of your head feels oily while the ends are feeling very dry. Especially during winters, when the cold winds play a havoc on them too. That’s when this leave-in cream comes to my rescue. Usually by the 2nd or 3rd day, my ends are so dry that it is difficult to get my brush through them. So I take a small quantity (about 1/2 pump) and spread it along the ends of my hair. Using it this way on dry hair really hydrates them so I can brush through them easily and not break my hair in the process! I haven’t found a leave-in conditioner to perform better than this product does. However, it also makes them slightly limpy-looking this way (when used on dry hair). Personally, that isn’t a problem for me but if you don’t like that look, you can easily tie it in a bun or plait it.
As for its heat-protecting claim, I do love using it before I blow-dry my hair. However, I prefer using it more as a leave-in conditioner and for protection against hot tools, I feel myself relying on my other heat protectants.
I don’t usually suffer from frizzy hair, except sometimes in monsoons, but I do feel that this product works wonders for people with dry hair ends in hydrating them and making them more manageable. It does not make your hair greasy or heavy at all when used on damp towel-dried hair. I also feel this works really well on straightened hair to create a sleek look. Recommended to people with dry, unmanageable hair!