Aussie Miracle Moist Conditioning Spray Review

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Overall Score

2.0/10

I love Aussie but I loathe liquid leave-in conditioners. Can I impartially deliver this review? I don’t know, I guess I could try. Liquid leave-in conditioners never fail to leave me disappointed. Ironically, liquid leave-in conditioners always fail to provide any moisture to my high porosity hair. I also find its application a messy chore. For “dry, really thirsty hair”, Aussie Miracle Moist Conditioning Spray is formulated with Australian macadamia nut oil. According to the brand, Aussie Miracle Moist Conditioning Spray provides dry hair with a much needed “moisture blast”. It can also be applied to both dry and wet hair, which is odd as it is marketed as a fast remedy for parched hair. Aussie also brags, you only need “one thirst-quenching spritz”. In regard to my hair type, this turned out to be unsurprisingly false. Nonetheless, I can only blame myself as I know what I like and I know what usually works for my kinky curls.

Purchased from Superdrug (£3.12 for 250ml), Aussie Miracle Moist Conditioning Spray smells like most Aussie products. The fragrance is nutty but sweet and pleasant. I believe I only got a few spritz out of this bottle before it fell apart and stopped working. I could have purchased a faulty one or the quality could be exceptionally bad; I will never know, as I have no desire to purchase Aussie Miracle Moist Conditioning Spray again. Immediately after application, Aussie Miracle Moist Conditioning Spray left my hair slightly moisturised and relatively soft. However, as the day progressed, my hair began to feel dry but oily. It was a weird feeling, a bizarre combination. Overall, I am not impressed but I also believe Aussie Miracle Moist Conditioning Spray is not for afro hair or kinky curls. Although I remain an Aussie fan, I cannot recommend this product.

HAIR TYPE: 4A Kinky Curly, Fine, High Porosity

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