Garnier Fructis Sleek & Shine Anti-Frizz Serum Review

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This is our detailed product review for the Garnier Fructis Sleek & Shine Anti-Frizz Serum.

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Our rating: 9 / 10

Cost: $

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Pros:

  • Overall, one of the best serum from Garnier
  • It supplies sufficient moisture to hair, preventing your hair from getting frizzy
  • It also comes with anti-frizz technology to prevent your hair from getting frizzy
  • It comes with light and pleasant fragrance.
  • Easy to apply
  • It is cost-efficient

My selection of parting hair to side has a central part that is shaped like a deep bowl, with curved lines that guide hairs in all directions.

When I use my hands to apply a lotion or oil to the entire head, the sides come down over my hand and the bowl part sits in the bowl.

It doesn't really seem to matter which way I turn the final strands of hair and part them, I just have no control over the front or back of my hair.

I comb the back of my hair against my skull, never my scalp, to lay them down straight. My hair reaches all the way down to my shoulders and my arm is usually the closest thing to a hair dryer I have.

Be able to part hair a variety of ways in front is helpful for many reasons. I find it easier than trying to comb all of my hair to the side if I want to give the illusion of length and volume at the crown of my head. This way at least a 4-inch length is present at the hairline.

Also, if I am going to have my hair down I prefer to have me hair wavy and neat by the crown avoiding the weird unnatural curves that having part hair to one side causes.

I'm wondering if anyone who is remodeling their house later this summer might have an extra fan they might be willing to trade. I'm looking to purchase a residential fan for my bathroom. I originally wanted to install a vent fan in the bathroom to help circulate air while I'm showering & drying myself, but unfortunately the bathroom is located beneath my garage and the ventless fan they gave me would have to be installed in the attic.

Unfortunately, I can't afford to get a roof vent installed below the attic for the short amount of time I'm using the fan on the weekends. I plan on installing a mr heater/hand dryer in the bathroom to save space in my closet and out of sight. Would a fan installed in the bathroom be sufficient for the fan to do its job or am I going to have problems in the future with condensation?

If safe, I would consider hanging a sheet or towel up at the top of the room using good quality metal brackets. Could there be a place to run a vent in the room somewhere, and if so where could it be run?

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