I‘m not one for applying to many products to my hair, in fact, I keep my hair care routine pretty simple! At the end of the day, I love volume and to achieve that I normally keep my hair product free, especially at the roots! However, I always make sure to keep my ends nourished and hydrated with oil treatments from Argan to Macadamia. Just recently I was sent this colour wow one-minute transformation cream and because I always like to take care of my ends to stop them splitting and getting frizzy, I figured this would be great to try out. 
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Designed to help with dry/damaged hair this was right up my street! My hair has been in much better condition as to a couple of years back, but I still suffer from the odd dry ends and frizz, especially when the weather gets colder. The tube is easy to use and contains a lot of product! You just squeeze a tiny amount of the cream into the palm of your hand, and I normally like to rub this together to get even coverage when applying to the ends of my hair. 
The consistency of this cream is nice and thick but doesn’t way the hair down, it leaves my hair very shiny and more manageable. You can use this daily and it helps quench thirsty hair, making this a great option if you have very thick, long hair, but I think this treatment might be too rich for those with thinner hair! I find it very similar to my oils and feel it would be suitable for all hair types, just don’t apply too much. It really brings your hair colour out and transforms dry ends into smooth, shiny locks. 
I have actually seen myself using this not just on my ends but in places I feel fly away’s are more apparent and frizziness, because my hair is layered this can be a problem in damp, humid weather so this cream comes in great for controlling these issues and keeping my hair weightless. It most definitely adds shine and controls frizz, plus it’s paraben free and smells great! Even better the colour wow collection is designed for coloured hair, meaning these work in harmony with your hair and don’t strip out the colour with harsh ingredients. 

What’s your thoughts on this? 

xo, Jenny



  1. The Style Rawr
    11th November 2014 / 9:01 PM

    Eeep! This sounds like something my thick, damaged hair needs!

    Tara x

    • Jenny
      14th November 2014 / 11:09 AM

      It works wonders for thick hair and works nicely! however for thinner hair it could be too heavy but this is similar to my oils and leaves your hair shiny and sleek x

  2. Jenny
    11th November 2014 / 4:53 PM

    Ha,ha I know what you mean! Sometimes its hard to get it just right but I normally just apply to the ends and work up if I feel my hair needs more hydration, this technique normally works and gives me more control xx

  3. Angelina Jason
    11th November 2014 / 12:55 PM

    To be honest 🙂 Their products are all amazing. Looks Gorgeous


    • Jenny
      11th November 2014 / 4:33 PM

      Thanks 🙂

  4. Corinne
    10th November 2014 / 11:22 PM

    This is something I’d love to try – my hair is always so frizzy and finding products that work on it are usually pretty hit and miss!

    Corinne x

    • Jenny
      11th November 2014 / 4:33 PM

      I always find my hair gets really frizzy during winter when the weather gets colder 🙁 this is great for tackling those issues x

    • Jenny
      11th November 2014 / 4:33 PM

      This is great for dry ends, instantly nourishes them <3

  5. Lou
    10th November 2014 / 8:04 PM

    My hair is quite dry too, and I have to use products like this one. Moroccan oil is the one I’m using at the moment, and I love it! 🙂


    • Jenny
      11th November 2014 / 4:35 PM

      My hair always gets dry at this time of year! 🙁 I need to try Moroccan oil it looks so luxurious, its on my xmas wish list! 😉 x

  6. Gemma Magpie
    10th November 2014 / 7:06 PM

    Oh this sounds really lovely.. perfect for a weekly hair treat xx

    Gemma | Miss Makeup Magpie

    • Jenny
      11th November 2014 / 4:35 PM

      Thank you 🙂 and definitely! x

  7. Jess Maryy
    10th November 2014 / 4:19 PM

    Great review! This seems like a really cool product, perfect for my current hair condition which needs a bit more attention. 🙂 x

    • Jenny
      11th November 2014 / 4:37 PM

      Thank you 😀 x

  8. Life's a shoe
    10th November 2014 / 2:09 PM

    what a great post, this sounds like a pretty good product. thanks for sharing!

    life is a shoe

    • Jenny
      11th November 2014 / 4:37 PM

      Thank you 🙂 x

    • Jenny
      11th November 2014 / 4:38 PM

      Thanks 🙂

  9. 10th November 2014 / 12:14 PM

    Love this post! My hair sounds like yours a bit! Mine was very damaged this Summer as too much dying too close together, would have been nice of my hairdresser to tell me bleaching that close together wouldn’t be good but she didn’t and carried one :’) This stuff sounds amazing though!!

    • Jenny
      11th November 2014 / 4:42 PM

      My hair always gets so dry especially in winter at the ends and I end up with terrible split ends so always like a good nourishing product to keep them healthy! And that’s terrible! You would think she would point out that it was damaging your hair! 🙁 that’s upsetting and hopefully you manage to get your hair back to normal! I have had similar problems in the past and feel oils help repair your hair faster and makes it grow 🙂 definitely worth a try! xx

    • Jenny
      11th November 2014 / 4:48 PM

      Thanks <3

  10. Lulladoll
    10th November 2014 / 9:37 AM

    I really like this post! I don’t use many hair products either, I really want to use better shampoo that doesn;’t have sulfate in it but right now I don’t have money to buy more expensive shampoo and my mom just doesn’t want to so I shall have to wait 🙁
    <3 katie

    • Jenny
      11th November 2014 / 4:51 PM

      Thanks and you could try the body shop or lush? they are not high end expensive brands and reasonably prices 🙂 xx

  11. 10th November 2014 / 8:36 AM

    I’m always weary of using projects because my hair gets greasy quickly, but this seems like it could be cool on the ends!



    • Jenny
      11th November 2014 / 4:52 PM

      Its perfect for the ends of your hair and tackles frizz whilst giving much needed hydration x

    • Jenny
      11th November 2014 / 4:53 PM

      Thanks 🙂

  12. 10th November 2014 / 2:50 AM

    So great that it’s paraben free– I feel like it’s so hard to find a cream/gel hair product that doesn’t have paragons in them!


    • Jenny
      11th November 2014 / 4:55 PM

      I know, normally I stick to brands that contain all natural ingredients, purely because I have coloured hair and experienced problems in the past with harsh ingredients stripping my hair and this means having to colour it constantly 🙁 now I just colour my hair every month or 7 weeks x

    • Jenny
      11th November 2014 / 4:54 PM

      Thanks lovely and you too! x