L’Oreal Professionel Force Vector Serie Review and Photos
I’ve promised a review about the newest line from L’Oreal Professionel – Force Vector. If you want to find out more about the line and 5 products read this post because I just don’t want to repeat everything here.
About the Force Vector Serie
“New Force Vector counters this damage with Glycocell, the latest in haircare technology from L’Oréal Professionnel. Glycocell combines Incell technology and Royal Jelly Extract to deliver targeted strength and reinforcement to fragile, weak hair. Incell strengthens the natural cohesion of the hair and increases its resistance to external stressors, for long-lasting conditioning results. Royal Jelly Extract is a nutrient-rich substance produced by bees that provides concentrated essential amino acids and vitamins to the hair. Together these technologies are designed to reinforce hair that has been compromised due to external aggressions, leaving it stronger and more resistant to breakage. “
I’ve got three products our of 5 because I don’t need Force Vector Reinforcing Anti-Breakage Conditioner and Force Vector Reinforcing Anti-Breakage Thermo-Active Treatment.
This means what I got:
- Force Refill Intense Reinforcing In-Salon Treatment
- Force Vector Reinforcing Anti-Breakage Shampoo
- Force Vector Reinforcing Anti-Breakage Masque
And now I will tell you my impressions about each product that I’ve been using since November.
I finished this shampoo last week and already got a drugstore one and I miss the L’Oreal Shampoo a lot so I will be getting the new one soon. But this time from the other serie (I am thinking avout Volume Expand).
First of all I have to tell you that I have a thin and oily hair. My hair really looked so much better, thicker and healthier when I was using this shampoo. The bonus is that I absolutely love how it smells and you need a small amount of shampoo to wash your hair.
There is only one negative thing. My hair gets oily very soon after this shampoo but I can’t say that I mind that because I wash my hair every 2 days. My hairdresses told me that it is because the shampoo contains some oild that “cover” the hair.
Also I wanted to see the result that this shampoo gives the fine hair so I asked my friend to try it and to tell the result. After using this shampoo for a while my friend told me the same! Her hair looked amazing but she had to wash it more often.
So I guess it’s better to use it when you have dry hair.Also I would recommend you to get this shampoo from an on-line shop because you will have to pay more in the salon just like I did.
Force Vector Reinforcing Anti-Breakage Masque (200 ml),£13 or$30.00
For some reason I am not the biggest fan of masks and I never use conditioners. When I use these products my hair gets oily very soon and I just don’t see any stunning effects. I can say the same about this mask. But no matter what I think I keep using it because I hope that I will see the results in the future. As for my friend, she absolutely loved the mask!
Force Refill Intense Reinforcing In-Salon Treatment (15ml), $15
I am not sure if you will be able to get this product because it is a salon exclusive. But I know the administrator of the salon I could buy it. But I was told several times how to use it!
This is what is written about this product:
Force Refill Intense Reinforcing In-Salon Treatment is a new intensive haircare treatment offered exclusively in L’Oréal Professionnel salons. Applied evenly through thoroughly washed and towel-tried hair, this reinforcing treatment helps fortify the hair fiber against damage from external stressors. Incell Max technology delivers the maximum level of reinforcement and strength with the highest concentration of Incell of all Série Expert products.
I think it is a bit early to talk about the results because I’ve used this product only once (you can use it only once a month) but my hair looked much better after I used it even once.
I absolutely love L’Oreal Professionel hair care products and this line was not an exception. I loved the condition of my hair and the results. But I think this serie would work better for dry and damaged hair.
And what is your favourite L’Oreal Professionel treatment? What do you think about this serie? Would you like to try it?