Jonathan Product Silky Dirt Shine & Define Cream

silky dirt

My daughter recently decided to cut her hair all off. She has been obsesses with the original Parent Trap lately and wanted a Susan cut, I was shooting for a non wig look and told her to try the Robin Wright Penn circa House of Cards. I was a little shocked she wanted to chop it all off, but luckily she loves it.

short hair looks

The one issue with short hair is keeping it styled so she isn’t sporting an alfalfa sprout. I am in love with Jonathan Product Silky Dirt!  Just a tiny bit is all I need and I can smooth flyaways and frizz and it leaves her hair soft, shiny and gives it just enough hold to look great all day. On top of working like a charm this stuff smells AMAZING, think  almond cream puffs. It smells good enough to eat.

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I have also tried this in my long hair and it works just as well to smooth frizz and leave megawatt shine. If you are looking for something to tame your tresses check this out. At under $30 a tube this is also a great deal, you need so little one tube will last a very long time.

Jonathan Product Silky Dirt $26
Perfect to control and smooth hair, this grooming crème will add definition, texture and amazing shine. It is packed with Sunflower Phytoceramides restructures and protects hair cuticles while a gentle smoothing shine blend adds shine and texture. Cucumber/Rose Essential Water nourishes all types of hair. Shea and Wild Mango butters condition and soften, while a blend of Sweet Almond & Soy Proteins improves manageability.

  • Adds shine and definition
  • Provides flexible, moldable hold
  • Smoothes dry and damaged hair
  • Texturizes and controls

Available on the Jonathan Product websiteClick here to find a retailer near you.

 

Disclosure:  I was sent a complimentary sample for review. I was not paid to write this post and all opinions are my own.


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