Beauty Jury; EACH Week, Real Puts the Latest Beauty Products to the Test Using Our Very Own Jury Made Up of Real Women. This Week, We Asked the Girls at Nicola Harris Beauty in Allerton to Get Their Tresses Tip Top and Test the Latest Hair Conditioners

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Beauty Jury; EACH Week, Real Puts the Latest Beauty Products to the Test Using Our Very Own Jury Made Up of Real Women. This Week, We Asked the Girls at Nicola Harris Beauty in Allerton to Get Their Tresses Tip Top and Test the Latest Hair Conditioners


TESTER: Clare McNealis, 23, beauty therapist from Childwall.

PRODUCT: Avon Advance Techniques Daily Results Quick Touch Leave-In Conditioner, pounds 1.35. VERDICT: This is a light and creamy conditioner which feels very cooling as it's applied. It has a gentle, fresh fragrance. My hair is quite dry so it did feel good to leave the conditioner in. It absorbed quickly, leaving no trace, and my hair looked and felt good.

RATING: 7 out of 10 TESTER: Joanne Locke, 35, beauty therapist from Childwall. PRODUCT: Weleda Rosemary & Ginger Moisture and Shine Conditioner, pounds 7.95. VERDICT: This is a 100% organic conditioner which smells amazing. The rosemary and ginger give it a real zing. While the product is rich and creamy it is absorbed rapidly and it left my hair feeling healthy and great and smelling wonderful too.

RATING: 9 out of 10 TESTER: Amy Brodie, 26, beauty therapist from Norris Green.

PRODUCT: Boots Rosemary and Mint Conditioner, pounds 1. VERDICT: I loved the mild smell of the mint and rosemary, although it was possibly too subtle. The conditioner is very light - a little too light for me as my hair is very dry - but to be honest it worked as well as any other conditioner I have ever tried. …

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