hair felt

hair felt

[′her ‚felt]
(materials)
Felt made of cattle hair; used as insulation in buildings.

hair felt

A non-woven felt usually made of cattle hair; once used as thermal insulation in buildings.
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My hair felt swishy and volumised - completely warrants the price tag.
I left this beautifully fragranced masque on for just two minutes and, after drying, my hair felt immediately softer and stronger and it even seemed to smooth split ends.
com/uk) MY hair felt bouncier and beachier immediately after a spritz of this and I loved the natural texture that didn''t look or feel like I had used any product.
Previously, women with curly hair felt the only way to achieve defined, frizz-free curls was to load up hair with a hard gel which ultimately resulted in a stiff style," L'Oreal Paris Consulting Hairstylist Johnny Lavoy says.
It eliminated the oils in a flash and my hair felt clean and smelt freshly washed.
After one application my hair felt and looked smoother and shinier without feeling heavy or lank.
My hair felt like wood, but they assured me that this means it has worked," says Kelly.
A day after using it my hair felt lank and I felt like I needed to wash it again.
Investigators reported Lice Asphyxiator was well tolerated and subjects had favorable comments on how their hair felt after treatment.
75 for 300ml) Hair felt soft and moisturised after using this but no more so than any of the other products.
The yurt (gher is the proper Mongolian name) has been the traditional home of nomadic peoples in Siberia and Mongolia for centuries, and these tentlike houses, formed from yak hair felt, grasses and wood, can still be seen dotting the high steppes and tundra of those areas today.