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Suave Natural Infusion Awapuhi Strengthening Light Leave-In Cream

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Paul Mitchell and Awapuhi. The two are almost as inseparable as a burger and fries--and there really hasn't been any other haircare brand that's been able to market awapuhi-based formulas with any real staying power; Paul Mitchell pretty much owns that one. However...

The downside of the Paul Mitchell line is that it can be pricey--particularly if you're picking up the shampooo that has to go with the conditioner that has to go with the detangler that has to go with the finishing spray. Oh, and that's on top of the color, wash, cut and blow out you just got--as, after all, you've now got to buy whatever haircare's on display at the salon.

Suave though--long known for its knock-off haircare that in many instances pulls a close second to the originals--has an awapuhi leave-in cream in its Natural Infusion line that's worth a try (and, at just under $6 for 6 fl. oz., it won't set you back too much).

Suave Natural Infusion Awapuhi Strengthening Light Leave-In Cream is exactly what it promises to be: a light leave-in conditioner that protects hair from breakage and imparts a sleeker, frizz-free look and softer feel. If you've got longer hair, Suave Awapuhi Leave-In is a great detangler, and it doesn't weigh hair down. So even if you break the "don't apply at the roots" rule, you're not left with that didn't-wash-your-hair look--it's that light.

Once dry, hair is softer, more manageable and even shinier. So whether you do a blow-out, or let dry naturally and then style later, hair is still easy to work with and there's no residue.

Suave Natural Infusion Awapuhi Strengthening Light Leave-In Cream is available at all local CVS drugstores and even most grocery stores that carry the Suave lines.

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