Lush Jasmin and Henna Fluff-Eaze

I stopped by Lush on my way home to get more "Catastrophe Cosmetic" face mask (has fresh blueberries for a calming effect) and ended up buying two more shampoo bars and a hair treatment called Jasmin and Henna Fluff-Eaze. OMG! It does what it says it will! I used probably half of what the directions said (whole pot for long/thick hair) but at $20.95 for the pot, I wasn't about to use it all in one shot. I left it on for about 2 hours because I was setting up this blog and Facebooking, whereupon my hair got "crunchy" because the goop hardened. It washed out easily with Lush's "Ultimate Shine" shampoo bar and I didn't need additional conditioner. A quick dry with my FHI dryer and voila! NO FRIZZ. I've been having issues since my hair is chunky layered and highlighted and blow dried every day (yeah, yeah, I know it's bad, but my hair looks like crap when it's not blow dried). I put a little extra TEENY TINY bit of "Fluff-Eaze" as a leave-in conditioner after styling and it's looking pretty darned good! The smell is a little strong, but we'll see if it's strong enough for anyone to remark about.

My current Lush favorites (look them up at
- Dark Angel (charcoal sugar scrub)
- Catastrophe Cosmetic (clay + blueberry facial mask)
- Celestial (facial lotion - putting this on after Catastrophe makes me smell like blueberry yogurt!)
- Shampoo Bar (anyone but I have tried Karma Komba, Ultimate Shine, Godiva - I can imagine these are great for trips)
- Jasmin and Henna Fluff-Eaze (deep conditioning treatment)

No, I don't work for them (I prolly should, I'd get a discount), but I really enjoy their products. Take a look into the store (once you get past the punch in the head scent) and you'll be surprised by an eco-friendly cosmetic company with lovely organic, natural, sometimes vegan products, that smell AWESOME and work great.


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