This shine-enhancing superluxe conditioner is one that The Facts of Life‘s Blair Warner (and likely, Gossip Girl‘s Blair Waldorf) would use on a daily.
Oribe Conditioner for Brilliance & Shine is the kind of rich conditioner you feel working as soon as you squeeze it into your hand. And the results in your hair are obv PHENOM, or we would not be discussing it in this forum. My hair is smooth, static-free and ridiculously shiny and hydrated for 2-3 days. Usually within 48 hours of a wash, my ends dehydrate like the dehydrated pizza served for dinner in the future McFly household in Back to the Future II before it’s hydrated on level 4 by Lorraine Baines McFly.
Just LOOK at the bottle (above, left). It’s pure luxury. I’d posit that Blair would keep it on display in her boudoir at Eastland for use on her “naturally blonde hair.” This would, naturally, annoy the hell out of Jo, who would undoubtedly scoff at the price. And you almost can’t blame her. The price IS a pretty steep $47. But I ADORE the deep-sea indigo monolith packaging. It’s so very 2001: A Space Odyssey. It’s the exact shade of my new fave polish, OPI’s Russian Navy from their Fall/Winter 2007 Russian Collection. This conditioner is WORTH the splurge, dolls.
In other news, Oribe’s Volumista Mist for Volume ($29) has the most satisfying, easy-to-use spritz nozzle ever and produces voluminous locks. In short, this brand rocks the funk.