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Product Review: Garnier Whole Blends Repairing Leave-In Miracle Nectar

This article is written by a student writer from the Her Campus at Tufts chapter.

I always have a hard time finding products that work with my hair. I have curly hair, but not the perfect-ringlets curly. It’s thick, frizzy, and needs some product for me to not look like I was recently electrocuted. I was genuinely surprised about how well this leave-in conditioner worked in my hair. This miracle nectar is a leave-in conditioner that you put in clean, damp hair and do not have to wash out. According to Garnier, this leave-in is supposed to: 

1. Seal in moisture 

2. Detangle and soften hair

3.Repair split ends 

4. Tame frizz and flyaways

5. Restore softness of brittle hair 

6. Strengthen hair fiber 

7. Nourish with weightless moisture 

8. Protect against heat 

9. Reduce breakage 

10. Add bounce 

First of all, my hair has never smelled as amazing as it did using the leave-in conditioner. My hair somehow smelled like all of my favorite scents wrapped into one. This product made my hair insanely soft. Usually my curls are course, but they were definitely softer using the leave-in. I really hoped this product would repair my split ends, but it came to my attention that the only thing that could really repair my split ends was chopping them off, so I scheduled a haircut. One of the days I used the leave-in, I straightened my hair. It was the best experience I had straightening my hair. It was less tangled and had a great softness and shine. The only drawback to this product was that it did not do a great job of controlling my frizz. My baby hairs were very frizzy and my curls were a little less spirally than usual. I paired the leave-in conditioner with my regular hair product and got better results. All in all, I would rate Garnier’s Miracle Nectar Leave-In a solid 8/10. It worked really well when my hair was straightened, but less well with my curls.