Abba Pure Style Texturizing Cream 2.65 oz

April 20, 2017 - Comment

Whip that hair into tip-top shape. This lightweight cream adds natural nourishment and restores beautiful shine and smooth texture to your hair. Its herbal formula combines the ultimate natural botanicals of olive butter and sunflower extract to give ideal definition, shape and separation to every hair type. Flexible hold and medium shine keep hair looking

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Whip that hair into tip-top shape. This lightweight cream adds natural nourishment and restores beautiful shine and smooth texture to your hair. Its herbal formula combines the ultimate natural botanicals of olive butter and sunflower extract to give ideal definition, shape and separation to every hair type. Flexible hold and medium shine keep hair looking and feeling natural, enhancing an harmonic chic style and leaving hair with a sensational aroma.

Product Features

  • Humidity resistance that provides thermal protection
  • Stimulates cooling effect on the hair and scalp
  • Works to balance thermal production while styling

Comments

donna says:

Excellent hair styling product! Love it!!! I use Abba Styling Texturing Cream everyday I go out for over two years now. I love it!!!! My hairstylist introduced me to it. It’s not greasy or sticky. I only need a small amount. I use it as a finisher to shape and style the textured cut of my short haircut.It keeps the style all day with a very natural feel; not sticky, hard, etc, just like natural hair.One container lasts me at least 6-8 months.It’s an excellent product and this is a great price!

Jane Brambilla says:

NOT FOR FINE HAIR This product doesn’t work on my fine hair. It is too heavy and causes my hair to go limp. Even if I use only a tiny amount, this is not the product for me. I bought it because a friend recommended it. It works great for her, but not for me.

markmurphy says:

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