To use, spray through damp or dry hair and comb through. The key ingredient in this ~magical~ spray is cannabis sativa seed oil.
Mane Club is a small business based in NYC focused on creating vegan and cruelty-free haircare products.
**Reviewers with thin, straight say this product works for them as well as reviewers with dry, curly hair.
Here’s what my coworker Elizabeth Lilly has to say about this leave-in spray: “I have a very thick head of naturally curly hair and have put it through just about everything, including all kinds of hot tools, at-home dye kits, the gamut of shampoo and conditioner types, basically every dry shampoo and hair oil in existence, and just about anything else to try for a story for you dear readers. Lots of products have either straight-up failed, been meh enough for me to not recommend, or fantastic but so costly that I feel guilty recommending them. Basically, a lot of stuff ends up in the trash or pawned off on my (grateful) friends when it isn’t a fit for me. But THIS STUFF. This stuff has become my go-to for spraying on my wet hair and then blow-drying. Normally I’d apply a heat protector and an oil treatment or leave-in conditioner before blow drying. But this 10-in-1 treatment takes the cake! Most of the time when I use it, I don’t even need to finish off my hair with hair oil (I’ve been doing that as an essential hair step for years now). It’s really that good! Here, I have freshly blow dried hair with just this post-shower using this Amika blow-dryer brush. This brush is fantastic on its own but this spray-on treatment has more or less doubled this brush’s effectiveness. My hair comes out feeling softer, looking shinier and healthier, and stays looking good for days — which is especially great news because I wash my hair about every four days. ‘Tis time for me to unload a bunch of hair products I now no longer need to my friends.”
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