Yes To Carrots Anti-Frizz Serum
Serum is a little greasy, so I have greasy frizz
I tried using different amounts of product but it still didn't do the job. There are other products you don't have to have shipped that work much better.
October 31, 2012
I've been wanting to try this since the day I first read about it. This past weekend I was able to get my hands on a bottle. After my shower and towel drying my hair, I applied it to my hair. I wasn't able to style my hair, and I usually let it air dry. But upon three or so hours after it's been on and my hair almost dry, I must say I see NO frizz. It's really amazing. I recommend anyone with major frizz to use this product.
October 16, 2012
YAY for Yes to Carrots!
Not only does this product completely annihilate frizz and flyaway strands, Yes To Carrots Anti-Frizz Serum coats every strand with a nourishing, non-greasy formula that adds much needed moisture and shine to hair that gets blow-dried and flat-ironed almost every day. My hair says YAY for Yes to Carrots! =)
October 3, 2012
LOVE this product, got it about 2 weeks ago and have seen a difference in my hair since. I have straight hair and it really helps with flyaways and frizz.
September 4, 2012
No more fluffy curly hair
This product works very well on my 2nd day hair to help tame the fly-aways and redefine my curls. It goes on like a thick leave-in conditioner, not a greasy serum.
August 18, 2012
Great for curly, frizzy hair!
My hair is naturally curly and I like to let it air dry on my way out the door to work. I apply the Leave In conditioner first to add extra moisturizer and then follow with the frizz cream that provides extra hold for my curls. The smell is quite pleasant too- highly recommend for anyone with curls!
August 15, 2012
DO not recomend
The first ingredient is Water. Water will NEVER tame frizz.
If anything, water will make hair more frizzy.
The next ingredients will DRY your hair. They have Cetearyl Alcohol followed by Cetyl Alcohol, Glycerin. NO, alcohol based products are bad for hair!
I am a hair stylist and I was really looking forward to this. I wish I read the ingredients beforehand. I am not even going to get into the rest of the ingredients.
But WOW I would think that such a high brand would focus more on the hair restoration, but Water and alcohol based anti-frizz products are cheap quality and will NEVER get the job done.
I really hope they can re-do this without water and alcohol based products.
August 2, 2012