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Monday, January 10, 2011

Review: Yuko Repair Through Spray for Hair


Product: 4 out of 5
Packaging: 5 out of 5
Quality: 3.5 out of 5
Overall: 4 out of 5
Price: $24 for 6.8 fl. oz, available on Yuko-USA, Amazon

Happy Monday dolls! This will probably be my only post this week since I am moving and don't know when I will be getting my internet and cable setup, but have no fear, if all goes well I should be back in business next week *crosses fingers*. I love Japanese skin and haircare products, they are just so gentle and always seem to work well with me. I was in search for a new leave-in conditioner since my long hair can get unruly and dry, I like something that can keep my hair shiny and moisturized without weighing it down or making it feel like I have product in my hair; and was happy to try Yuko Repair Through Spray.  They also have shampoos and hair treatments on their online shop.

What it is: Leave-in conditioner which contains various kinds of amino-acid that protect hair from blow-dryer or ironing. 

What they say: Diminish damage from heat by excluding alcohol as ingredients. Moisture and moisten agencies penetrate into hair, protection agency covers cuticle with softness and anti-static. Leaves essential moissture in hair, protects from heat from blow-dryer or home care iron. Deeply revitalizes, detangles, and smooths the hair before styling prevents split ends and breakage. Makes the hair shiny, moist and light silky. 

Usage: Spray onto wet/damp hair before blowdrying.

- No weird or funky smell like other products (Ojon works wonders but not a fan of the smell), so I like that this has a very light scent.
- Detangler is a bonus! Ladies with long hair know what I am talking about, but this definitely helped combing my hair after a shower a lot easier (and painless!)
- I felt my hair wasn't as dry, felt more soft to the touch, and gave a nice sheen. 
- Pretty large bottle to last awhile.

- Kind of pricey for a leave-in conditioner, although I have not used it long enough to see how long-term results are (to see if it may be worth it).
- Must purchase online rather than an actual store, some salons carry certain products according to their site/store locator, but not too many options available.

Overall: It seemed to do a good job at keeping the ends of my hair moisturized, since having long hair tends to dry my ends. My hair felt nice and soft after a few sprays, and it was easy to comb and style since it's also a detangler. But $24 may be pricey for a leave-in conditioner for some (including myself), I currently don't spend that much on hair products in general, but then again it's because I don't spend a lot of time on my hair in terms of curling, straightening, etc. So for those that care more for their hair than I do with mine, it's definitely worth checking out.


나니 said...

I gotta admit that I don't really believe in all those miracle sprays.. But I love the feeling of leave-in conditioner.. Makes my hair so sooooft :'D

donnarence said...

whoa 24$ !!! that's a very pricey leave on conditioner.. but your hair looks so soft on this picture..

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Askmewhats said...

I take care of my hair because I love straightening it and curling it and just do whatever I want with it :) I use hair serum and I love leave-in sprays too! :)

Your hair looks shiny!

Kristen said...

I like Chi Silk Infusion. It's pricey for the big bottle but I've seen small ones go for $10 but a little goes a LONG way. I bought a big bottle 2 years, gave half of it to my mom, and I still have so much left. It's very light and after, I usually forget I ever put anything in my hair at all and just love how silky and shiny it feels

Erica said...

haha, I did the same exact review on my website! I really did like it, enough to think about purchasing some of the other hair products from the line :)


Nessa! What happened to Pam? Is she doing alright?

Musicalhouses said...

Hey Nessa, as a longtime reader, I'm glad to see that you're back! Lookin forward to reading your posts!

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