Battling Frizz in the Summer with Revlon Uniq One Treatment

It’s that time of year again, where your hair tells you that you are not her boss and it will frizz as much as it wants to. I am not naturally skilled at doing hair, styling my hair in general is a struggle and the humidity in the summer only amplifies this. I’ve been using It’s a 10 Miracle Leave-In Plus Keratin for years now, I had first heard about it in interview where Gabrielle Union sang its praises. Now my hair is going through a bit of a blah stage and I thought why not switch up my products for a while. I didn’t want a product totally opposite of It’s a 10 since I enjoy the anti-frizz benefits and how it has helped strengthen my hair. I buy the It’s a 10 from Trade Secrets. While in the store, I asked an associate if they had a similar product that she would recommend . So, let me introduce you to Revlon Professional’s Uniq One Treatment.

Both products provide similar benefits:

Benefits of It’s a 10 Miracle Leave-In Plus Keratin (find full details on their website)

  • Protects against heat
  • Restores hydration balance
  • Detangles
  • Defrizzes and adds shine
  • Strengthens hair structure and
  • Seals cuticles for extra silky hair

Benefits of Revlon Professional Uniq One Treatment (find full details on their website)

  • Repair for dry and damaged hair
  • Easier brushing and ironing
  • Shine and frizz control
  • Incredible Detangling
  • Heat Protection
  • Long-Lasting hairstyle
  • Silkiness and smoothness
  • Split Ends prevention
  • Hair colour protection/UVA and UVB Filters
  • Adds Body

The Revlon treatment is quite thick and viscous, you have to shake it out before spraying it in your hair. It’s definitely more hydrating then It’s a 10; I feel that the It’s a 10 gives me more of an airy, wispy look while Revlon holds a style better; it controls my hair since the oils in the product weighs it down a bit. I would not recommend this product for anyone with thin hair, it would make it too greasy. It’s perfect for women with thick, curly or coarse hair. It’s a keeper and I definitely think I will enjoy using it even more in the winter.

What products do you use to control frizz in the summer? Share below!

 

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