Saturday, 18 July 2015

Product Review | Motions Weightless Clear Hairdressing

Hii again guys! Today I'll be reviewing the Motions Weightless Clear Hairdressing, and its one of my all time faves.



Promises:
Give your fine-to-medium textured hair that extra styling boost with Motions Weightless Clear Hairdressing. Its feather-light formula reduces frizz while moisturizers add suppleness and shine.

Give your fine-to-medium textured hair that extra styling boost
Feather-light formula reduces frizz while moisturizers add suppleness and shine
For bounce and body
Oil free and no build up


Ingredients:
Water, Glycerin, Propylene Glycol, Polyacrylamide C13-14 Isoparaffin, Peg-12 Dimethicone, Dmdm Hydantoin, Fragrance, Laureth-7, Hexyl Cinnamal, Linalool, Disodium Edta, Butylphenyl Methylpropional, Limonene, Hydroxyisohexyl 3-Cyclohexene Carboxaldehyde, Citronellol.

I do still have the old bottle to Motions Hairdress, the new bottle looks something like this
I think if I was to give out an award to any of my products for longevity, it would be this one. I do use this product regularly, but because little is needed, it takes me awhile to finish it up.

Its clear, and has a gel like consistency. I use this as a sealant after I'm done moisturizing my hair. Its really great for fine hair, especially if your hair easily
gets weighed down by oils.

It really does live up to its claim I'd say, my hair usually comes out more supple with shine and it looks much more moisturized after I'm done sealing with this. I was actually trying out some coconut oil a while now to seal with, but I went back on to my hairdress this relaxer because I preferred the results with my hairdress more than the coconut oil.


This is how it looks, but I would never ever put that much in my hair. Yes that's way too much, I'd probably just use about 1/8 of that.

Because it has a silicone, it really does help your hair stay sleek., especially if you've recently relaxed or flat ironed.
The smell is also divineee. It has like a tropical kinda scent which I really like. But it doesn't linger though.

Overall this is a great product to have, I would definitely recommend this as a sealant or as a styler. Its a very hard product to track down though. If your in Jamaica, its available at Cherry's at Springs Plaza, but you can check at any Cherry's near you. I bought mine the last time for JA $535 (US $5).

This about wraps up this review, and its Abbii Approved lol, so you can go get this product if you want.

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Ciao for now though beauties.

2 comments:

  1. Sounds like a good product especially if you only have to use 1/8 - magic! I've tried coconut oil as well but I prefer eating it than putting it on my hair or making products with it. Plus, I found that after a time it goes a bit off on the hair. Alternative sealants could be extra virgin olive oil, shea butter or Jamaican black castor oil (very heavy) oh and you can also infuse the oil too - my fail safe has been extra virgin olive oil though as its not too expensive but still effective. Cool review :)

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  2. Thank yuu! I do love coconut oil, but as a sealant...ehh its okay. I prefer to use it in my in conjuction with my jbco, pimento oil and rosemary oil for my scalp. I've never tried evoo as a sealant, but the shea butter and jbco would def be heavy as a sealant cuz I do have fine strands. I'm glad evoo works well for your hair, I've always wanted to try it out but its just one of those things I've never gotten around doing for some reason lol. But I love this hairdress, a classic oldie, but goodie (:

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