Yes, I know Frederic Fekkai products have been around for a while, but I never looked at them twice, because I assumed I couldn’t afford anything made by someone named Frederic Fekkai.
But as fate would have it, I got caught in a downpour the other day.
By midday my hair had dried into an exact replica of my sister’s Standard Poodle.
The next day I applied it to damp hair and styled as usual. (It also protects from heat styling, and contains UVA and UVB sunscreens.) Since I have thick, dry hair I also applied it after I dried it. Once again it worked its magic. My hair was super soft, silky and shiny. The oddest thing about this product is it doesn’t feel like there’s any product in my hair. It leaves absolutely no residue, greasiness or synthetic feel. It just makes my hair feel super soft and healthy.
After using it, my hair had so much bounce, that you’d have thought I was on an invisible pogo stick. That’s also my only complaint. As someone with very full hair, I needed to add some oil to weigh down my hairdo or else I’d look like I was in a gravity-free space station somewhere.
Just so you know that I’m not exaggerating about how good this stuff is, on Sephora’s website, it got an average of 4.6 out of 5 stars based on 700 reviews.
So next time you’re in Sephora, ask them for a sample.
If you’re like me, Frederic Fekkai Glossing Cream could be the only thing, this spring, that’ll keep your hair from blossoming into a hydrangea bush.