Beauty Product Review: Shu Uemura Touch of Gloss Brilliant Melt-In Wax

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Oh to have hair that cooperates! Strands that are defined yet soft, and unbelievably shiny seem like their impossible to obtain–but they’re not. Shu Uemura’s Touch of Gloss Brilliant Melt-In Styling Wax tames and smooths air dried hair, and revitalizes hair that was styled the day before. I just recently discovered it, and I cannot wait to tell you all about. So please keep reading!

Product: Shu Uemura Touch of Gloss Brilliant Melt-In Wax
Details: A low-hold, strand-defining styling balm with shimmery, light-reflecting mica minerals to make hair look shiny all day long.   
Price:
$38
Pros:
The wax is infused with silvery flecks of mica minerals that make my hair appear shiny. It’s sticky when I squeeze it into the palm of my half, but the stickiness goes away when I rub my hands together and run them through my hair. The product is enriched with rose sakura essence and other minerals extracted from Japanese cherry blossom trees. The floral scent is sweet, light, feminine, and so heavenly! The end result is amazing smelling hair that is glossy and soft with ends that look refreshed and defined. 
Con:
I wish the price wasn’t so high.
Final Say:
I use this product to tame and smooth my slightly frizzy air dried hair when I don’t feel like blow drying that day, or as an energy-boost for hair that I styled the day before. In both instances, it makes my hair look fresh and shiny. (Note, I don’t use it when I’m blow drying because I’d rather use a heat protectant.) I’m not sure what I did before this product. Please try it and let me know what you think! P.S. A little goes a long way–I have below-the-shoulder-length hair and use only a pea-sized amount each time. 
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