Rusk W8less Leave-In Treatment is a multi-12-in-1 versatile miracle treatment that addresses all of your hair needs. It adds shine, smooths and detangles, reduces frizz, seals and protects colour-treated hair, prevents split ends, and prevents hair breakage. This lightweight treatment will not weight down your hair but instead will boost it's radiance and give you healthy looking locks with each use.
- Anti-frizz, split ends, hair breakage, and tangles
- Protects colour
- Adds radiance, shine, and smoothness
Who is it for?
- All hair types
What does it do?
- Adds shine and moisture
- Detangles, reduces frizz and smooths
- Protects from damage
- Repairs split ends
- Apply all throughout clean, towel-dried hair
- Massage in and comb through gently
- Do not rinse out
- Style as desired
The RUSK® brand was born on the gritty streets of Glasgow, Scotland, by the culture-defining hair-cutting, color and styling master artist, Irvine Rusk. Modernized and perfected over the years in salons across the globe, RUSK® styling and color products retain the antiestablishment attitude of its founder, while performing in a way that professional hair artists have come to rely on as everyday must-haves in their tool kit.
RUSK® believes that professional, reliable product performance and results, combined with affordability, is a right, not a privilege. From RUSK® Deepshine® color products with beautiful, rich, shiny, pure pigment color, to W8less® hairsprays that add extreme hold without heaviness, to the feel-good, natural Puremix hair care line, RUSK® covers all salon needs
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