Friday, June 24, 2011

Two Different Deep Conditioners

Crack-Styling-Treatment CRACK, yup this Styling Treatment is called Crack.

What it is:

  • A lightweight, super moisturizing hair fix.
  • Smoothes split ends
  • Protects from UVA/UVB rays and chlorine
  • Provides a barrier from heat and thermal styling
  • Adds shine and slip without making hair greasy
  • Keeps hair looking healthy and polished all day

How to use it: This micro protein/power peptide infused formula is one that is applied right after shampoo on towel dried hair (I used about a quarter-sized dollop). Work into strands and then blow dry to help it penetrate.

So how did this work? Click below!

My take: I was a tad skeptical as I have not had too much luck with leave in treatments like this. I can usually feel them on my hair and it not only attracts dirt to my hair. This stuff seems to penetrate really well and smoothed my hair out nicely. If you suffer from frizz during this time of year, you may want to try some of this crack! $19.95 @

The other conditioner I am recommending is used the traditional way, NUME Intense Renewal Mask.

NuMe-Intense-Renewal-Mask What it is: The NuMe Intense Renewal Mask contains powerful ingredients to instantly revive and rejuvenate your hair. This Intense Renewal moisturizing mask provides deep conditioning to improve damaged, color-treated or processed hair and restores hair to its natural shine and luster.

My take: I usually use a deep conditioner about once every two weeks or so depending on how rough I am being to it lately. This one can be used weekly when you have about 10 minutes to spare. For the price of $16.99/6oz @, you can’t go wrong.

Disclosure: Samples of these items were provided for review purposes.


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it is good looking products i like it so much We love to read the replies, very helpful and amazing, we're waiting for more to read.


How much is the Crack a habit forming hair fix?(: for wholesale, how much?! :D


Hi Natalie, I have no idea how much the Crack is wholesale. I don't sell products on my site. You'd have to contact them directly.

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