Use your finger to melt the butters and oils, then stroke it onto the ends of your hair to help repair split ends and perfume your hair beautifully. Or, just use it to perfume your hair – you’re allowed!
Shine So Bright
Mend those ends
We've concocted a beautiful balm to prevent split ends and help hair shine so bright. Extra virgin coconut and olive oils, shea butter and fresh free range eggs nourish and improve the tensile strength of hair to prevent and mend split ends. It works wonderfully as a finishing product as well, taming fly-aways and keeping hair in place for a flawless look. Add to that an orange flower, grapefruit, neroli and rosewood perfume and you won't want to leave home without this!
- Egg-cellent!: Eggs form a conditioning coating on the hair. The protein content of the eggs adds lustrous shine to hair and helps increase its tensile strength.
- The scent of a wow-mane: This nourishing balm prevents split ends, but we've been applying it just for the beautiful perfume too!
- Change your habits:For those of you who sit and snap the ends off your hair, melt this balm into those tired ends instead!
= Natural ingredients = Safe syntheticsExtra Virgin Coconut Oil (Cocos nucifera) , Shea Butter (Butyrospermum parkii) , Candelilla Wax (Euphorbia cerifera) , Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil (Olea europaea) , Fragrance , Neroli Oil (Citrus Aurantium amara) , Grapefruit Oil (Citrus paradisi) , Rosewood Oil (Aniba rosaeodora) , Fresh Free Range Eggs , Gardenia Extract (Gardenia jasminoides) , Hydroxycitronellol , *Geraniol , *Citral , *Farnesol , *Limonene , *Benzyl Alcohol , *Linalool
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Q:Can this be used on dyed hair? Will it lighten the color?Asked on 7/22/2013 by Unknown from Hawthorn Woods, IL
A:Shine So Bright does not contain ingredients known to lighten hair, so it shouldn't affect your hair colour!Answered on 9/20/2013 by Brandy from LUSH
A:I have been dying my hair for years and I have been using this treatment for a little over a month now. It does not affect the color in the slightest way.Answered on 9/5/2013 by Ash from San Diego, CA
Q:Should you only use this product when your hair is dry?Asked on 1/4/2013 by Anonymous
A:We do recommend using Shine So Bright on dry hair to avoid diluting it or rinsing it out!Answered on 3/7/2013 by Brandy from LUSH
Q:Can this product be used as a style wax? I'm currently using something to tame my bangs but looking for a more natural approach.Asked on 12/27/2012 by Anonymous
A:Shine So Bright is meant to be used on the ends of the hair as a split-end treatment, however, R&B would probably do the trick for you. It helps to tame frizzies and fly-aways without weighing the hair down!Answered on 3/7/2013 by Melissa S from LUSH Direct
Q:Is this "Shine so Bright" best to use on wet or dry hair? Does it matter? I just bought it today but forgot to ask the lady in the store! Thank you!Asked on 11/16/2012 by Annie from St. Petersburg, FL
A:Shine So Bright works most effectively on dry hair. Wet hair has absorbed water and this hinders the hair from further absorbing the nutrients and other beneficial ingredients found in this balm.Answered on 11/22/2012 by Anonymous
Q:how might this work on cuticles? Lemony Flutter is a greasy, stinky, ineffective disaster for me. I hope this might be a nicer alternative.Asked on 10/23/2012 by Lora
A:I'm sorry to hear Lemony Flutter didn't work out for you! You can definitely try using the Shine So Bright for cuticles, as it contains many softening ingredients. Let us know if it works for you!Answered on 11/2/2012 by Megan from LUSH