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[K-Beauty] Mise en Scene Damage Care 2-in-1 Mist

Mise en Scene Damage Care 2-in-1 mist is an old favorite of mine.

Mise en Scene is a brand of drugstore Korean haircare products. They make a rather extensive range of products.

I wanted to let you know about the Mise en Scene Damage care 2-in-1 mist today.

This was one of me and my roommate's go-to products in 2010 to help our damaged hair. It's definitely not top-of-the-line, but it does the trick.

There's an oil suspension in the bottle, not that obvious in the pictures I took, sorry.

The oil component includes argan oil and royal jelly extract to give your hair a silky/smooth appearance. The product is supposed to protect your hair from heat damage, help with detangling, and help make your hair softer to the touch.

I can't really attest to heat damage since I don't use a hair dryer or straight iron, but for my dry, very straight hair, it definitely does help with making it feel softer and appear silkier/smoother.

How to use:
Shake the bottle to mix the contents.
To dry hair, from the mid-way mark to the end of the strands of hair, spray the mist about 2-3 times.

To buy:
You can find Mise en Scene products on Amazon. Please click through my affiliate link below to purchase (I may get some money from Amazon for your purchase. I use this money to create new posts.)
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This is my number 1 favorite product. I use it once a week. I am going to write about it next week, probably but I thought I'd take the opportunity to link it here, too. It's great for a weekly treatment. It's definitely one of those things I buy every time I go to Korea and keep stocked in my Korean apartment.

 <-- This is actually my second favorite product, but since I ran out before I was able to photograph it for you, the post has to wait for me to restock my supply on my trip to Korea next month.

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