CLOUD NINEMagical Quick Dry Potion - 200ml
£9.99 per 100mlCurrent price £19.99
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Item number: 6VRFQ
EAN: 8809254803793E.A.N: 8 8 0 9 2 5 4 8 0 3 7 9 3
This Cloud Nine Magical Quick Dry Potion is a luxurious heat protector for your hair.SHAKE. SPRITZ. SHINE.
Add shine. Reduce drying time. With the Magical Quick Dry Potion.
A spray that works wonders. Once shaken, ingredients activate to nourish hair with a lightweight leave-in conditioner, protect from heat, and prevent frizz and flyaways - all while cutting drying time in half. Spray on every time you style for hair that’s healthier. Stronger. Shinier. #WeTheUnstoppable
Reduce heat damage.
Shake the Magical Quick Dry Potion to mix the ingredients together and activate the lightweight conditioners that work to protect hair from heat damage.
Half the time, double the style.
The magical ingredients of CLOUD NINE's Magical Quick Dry Potion work to expel water from the hair shaft allowing you to dry your hair at up to half the speed. Its oil formula helps lock in moisture, reducing frizz and flyaways leaving you with a healthy and glossy finish, every time you style.
Hair that shines.
The leave-in conditioner works to nourishes hair and strengthen it from heat or styling damage, leaving hair healthy and shining and reducing frizz and flyaways.
- Travel Size: N
- Reduces drying time on average by half
- Protects from the damaging effects of the sun with a UV filter
- Nourishes hair over time with a weightless leave-in conditioner
- Acts as a heat protector and shields hair from damage
- Helps tame unmanageable hair
- Strengthens weakened or damaged hair
- Prevents frizz and flyways
- Acts as a setting lotion when used in conjunction with heated rollers and Cloud Nine’s The O