What does Aveda Smooth Infusion smell like?
HOW IT LOOKS/FEELS/SMELLS: It’s white and creamy out of the tube but melts into a light gel as you rub it between your fingertips and through your hair. It has a delicate floral citrus scent that dissipates quickly once applied.
Is Aveda Smooth Infusion any good?
But the Smooth Infusion range promises to tame frizz and protect hair, moisturise, and smooth the hair surface. I find the shampoo lathers really well, and unlike the Dry Remedy which I have to rinse really thoroughly, the Smooth Infusion shampoo rinses away really easily which leaves my hair feeling clean and fresh.
Is Aveda good for straight hair?
Aveda Naturally Straight doesn’t help natural hair. I reccomend to people who already have straight hair just may have to use on some stray aways…
How long does Aveda Smooth Infusion last?
After five consecutive applications, your hair will stay straight for up to three washes.
Does Aveda Smooth Infusion have heat protectant?
It serves as a heat protectant.
How do I use Aveda Smooth?
Apply a few pumps of Style-Prep Smoother to your hands and work through wet hair; you don’t need to use a lot to get the results you want. Make sure you’ve worked the product through your hair, then style as usual. Smooth Infusion Style-Prep Smoother helps make your straight styling easier, and who doesn’t love that?
What is Aveda Smooth Infusion used for?
Smooth Infusion Style-Prep Smoother helps make your straight styling easier, and who doesn’t love that? We like to pair it with its family members, Smooth Infusion Glossing Straightener or Naturally Straight.
What makes Aveda products smell so good?
Don’t forget, Aveda draws richly from Ayurveda, which relies on the aromatherapeutic properties of plants. Our aromas are not simplistic (say, a blend of two oils only). And this is due to the creativity of our pure-fumers and the quality of our plant based ingredients.
What is the original Aveda scent?
Scent: Shampure (Aveda-Scent) – Scent Description: The perfect blend of orange, eucalyptus, patchouli and ylang ylang.