Vector Force Leave-in by L’Oréal Professional

Loreal Vector Force ReviewI realized two things midst photographing this picture. A)This tube has been used everytime before I blowdry, for a little over a year and it’s only halfway through. Hoarding things I don’t need will nag my guilt gland to death, hence, I don’t think I will get to use any of those lovely new types of heat protectants anytime soon (Rare Blends from Ojon, have been eyeing that one!)

B)All the products mentioned in this post are from L’Oréal Professional line. So naturally, I feel the need to put it out there – this is not sponsored.

Vector Force is a cream heat protectant. I like using this right after a hairwash, when the hair is damp and towel dried. It pays (in a good blowdry) to take some time to coat it evenly with fingertips, excluding the scalp. The consistency is quite runny, one has to wonder who thought of putting it in a tube. Since it dispenses from a flip-top, puddle in cap is going to happen. The product basically will help someone looking for frizz-control, moisture along with heat protectant. The smell is not very pleasant, but it doesn’t linger either.

It tends to tug a bit on dry hair and won’t spread as easily as it does on wet hair. Using it after styling is a no-no unless you just need to moisturise the ends or brush away baby-hair.

It’s currently unavailable in the UK. In India, from

3 thoughts on “Vector Force Leave-in by L’Oréal Professional

  1. Interesting! I’ve only used the spray variety of heat protectants before. If it doesn’t weigh your hair down I might add it to the list!

    1. Now that I know how much I need, It doesn’t weigh down my hair. I have actually come to prefer this over sprays. Thank you for stopping by 🙂

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