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Product Review: It’s a 10 Hair Styling Spray

On a scale from one to ten, this leave-in conditioner slash styling spray earns a resounding ten! Infused with vitamin C, this elixir of sorts restores hair’s health while adding extra protection. The name alone gives clue to its benefits, which, by the way, there are ten of: repairs, adds shine, tames frizz, protects color, detangles, prevents split ends, curbs breakage, softens, boosts body, and protects hair from heat! Whoa, buddy — talk about some big claims! So I decided to put it to the test to see if it really earned a ten (then again, you already know it does, but let me explain why). It’s worth an explanation.

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How It Works:

By dissecting the ingredients list, we learn that amino acids repair, green tea leaf extract controls breakage, and panthenol (also a provitamin) detangles, prevents split ends, tames frizz, and protects hair from heat. Pretty good stuff, am I right?

How To Use:

‘It’s a 10′ can be used on dry or wet hair. If using on dry hair, it acts more as a pomade. Simply spritz into the palm of your hands, rub together, and gently run your fingers through your hair, all the way to the ends.

For added shine and heat protection, use on wet hair. While hair is still damp, spritz a light mist over entire length of your hair (be sure to use your fingers to disperse product throughout underneath layers, as well). Use a brush to further disperse the product. Style as usual.

How I Liked It:

While I didn’t notice any extra body (one of the ten claims), my hair did feel and look better than usual. The typical flyaways were more controlled, and my hair felt stronger and definitely looked shiner. Plus, the light floral scent isn’t too bad either I even opted to forgo wearing perfume!

To Purchase: ‘It’s a 10′; $17.99

 

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