The It’s a 10 Miracle Leave-In Product is a highly raved about product. It took me along time to bring myself to purchase it because it retails for $18 for a 4 ounce bottle. I think I found it on sale or used a coupon when I originally purchased it. Then I received the It’s a 10 Miracle Leave-In for Blondes in a goodie bag from an Ulta purchase. So that is why I own both.
It’s a 10 Miracle Leave-In Product claims to be a miracle product that does 10 things instantly…
It’s a 10 Miracle Leave-In Product (original)
- Repairs, dry, damaged hair
- Adds shine
- Controls frizz
- Seals & protects hair color
- Prevents split ends
- Stops hair breakage
- Creates silkiness
- Enchances natural body
- Flat iron spray & thermal protector
It’s a 10 Miracle Leave-In for Blondes
- Tones hair
- Enhances brilliance
- Reduces fading/extends vibrancy
- Adds shine & restores moisture
- Restores elasticity & strength
- Detangles and defrizzes
- Seals the cuticle
- Thermal protector
- UV protectant
- Designed for all blondes
The It’s a 10 Miracle Leave-In Product is expensive. In the USA it is $18 for 4 fl ounces and $36 for 10 fl ounces.
What I think of It’s a 10 Miracle Leave-In Product…
I will warn you right now… this is going to be a negative post.
I instantly hated the it’s a It’s a 10 Miracle Leave-In Product because of the scent. I have no idea why people love the scent, it’s awful in my opinion. The scent of the blonde one is just as bad as the original. I rarely ever use either version because of their scent.
The It’s a 10 Miracle Leave-In Product doesn’t really do anything for my hair. It doesn’t leave it soft or frizz-free. I actually feel like it leaves a residue in my hair and weighs it down. I tried using less, more and was never happy with the result. Plus the scent is unbearable and it lingers ALL day. I assume the thermal protection in both of the versions work, but I’d never know the difference. I much rather use a few products than just this one single product. I don’t like it, it was a waste of my money.
I just don’t understand the hype.
Why do people like the it’s a It’s a 10 Miracle Leave-In Product? Explain… please.
I don’t find the It’s a 10 Miracle Leave-In for Blondes version to be much different than the original. It has a slight purple tinge to it, I assume to help tone blonde hair. Not sure if it has enough to actually make a difference or not. I find the formula to be thicker than the original one and it’s difficult to spray out of the bottle.
The last benefit of the blonde version makes me roll my eyes because it says… ‘designed for all blondes’. Is that really a benefit? I guess it is, but it doesn’t really fit with the other benefits. I also feel like benefit 1, 2 and 3 are basically the same. So it should be called It’s a 7 Miracle Leave-In for Blondes.
I will admit, I haven’t used either of these products on a regular basis because I can’t handle the scent. Plus it’s hard for me to use something continuously that I don’t enjoy.
The only benefit to these products for me is that they are an all-in-one so they have been packed in my luggage quite a few times. I honestly don’t know why I bring either of them along because I dislike them. When packing I tell myself it’s a way to bring less products. But then I end up bringing my favourite products too because I dislike the It’s a 10 Miracle Leave-In Product so much.
Like I said, I don’t understand the hype around this product. It confuses me. It makes me wonder what other products people have tried? Maybe this is the first time they used a product in their hair? That must be the reason, right? I even like the $3.99 Aussie Hair Insurance Leave-In Conditioner Spray more than the It’s a 10 Miracle Leave-In Product.
Have you ever used the It’s a 10 Miracle Leave-In Product for Blondes or the original? Let me know what you think of it.
Also, please share your favourite hair treatments, because you all know I have an obsession with hair products.