If I’m being honest, I’d forgotten what a hair chameleon Anne Hathaway has been over her 20+ year career. She’s experimented with an assortment of different hair lengths, colors and styles—each looking just as flattering as the one before. From ombré lobs and blunt bangs to her famous pixie cut (after shaving her head on camera in Les Misérables), Hathaway’s hair has seen it all, yet somehow looks as glossy and healthy as it did over two decades ago. What’s the Oscar-winner’s secret? There’s one product Hathaway’s colorist Joel Mowen says is an absolute must: leave-in conditioner. And then there’s one he unambiguously calls his favorite: Oribe’s Supershine Moisturizing Cream ($73).
As with every Oribe product, the Supershine Moisturizing Cream’s ingredients are top tier. The formula contains Oribe’s Signature Complex: extracts of lychee, edelweiss flower and watermelon that protect hair from the sun, pollution and heat styling. Wheat amino acids hydrate and nourish. And lest you think a leave-in cream means a heavy or greasy cast, this conditioner won’t weigh hair down. Whether air dried or blown out, the result is ultra-soft, smooth strands.
“Magic in a Bottle”
“Trust me when I say that this product is pure magic in a bottle,” says one shopper who adds their hair is now soft, shinty, healthy and lustrous. One reviewer whose hair is “very fine” and who doesn’t normally use leave-in conditioner says “just a small pea size amount” of product “does wonders for my frizzy hair.” Other reviews call Supershine “brilliant” and the “holy grail” hair product. While it’s undoubtedly on the pricier side, one review shares the small investment is worth it. “…Less expensive products I used to have to pile on my hair to get results, but this, used sparingly, does the job.”
For healthy hair no matter what your hair type or how often you switch styles (a la unsung hair hero Anne Hathaway), shop Oribe’s Supershine Moisturizing Cream here.
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