Cutler Shine Tattoo Spray is Fit For A Princess

I was recently asked how to get amazing magazine shiny hair. I've been trying to find the same thing all summer. Sure, I've found things that make my hair look naturally healthy and shiny, but not Kate Middleton shiny.


That is some shiny hair! I know there is a lot of eye trickery involved with this glorious photo. I know her hair has been conditioned perfectly, styled professionally, lit by a lighting artiste' and sprinkled with Princess dust. But that doesn't stop me from lusting after lustrous locks.



So far, in all of my hair travels this summer, the closest thing I've found to getting this kind of shine without a team of pros following me around is Cutler Specialist Shine Tattoo Spray. This spray is heavy duty, so use it wisely. After learning that a little goes a very long way, I've taken to spraying it into my hands and then lightly applying it to my hair with my hands instead of spritzing.

Shine Tattoo contains shea butter, jojoba and sunflower oil to condition your hair, while protecting it from heat styling. This even offers a bit of sun protection as well as protection from free-radicals.

If you are looking for high shine and have medium to thick hair, this may be just what you want! My fine-haired friends can benefit from this as well, as long as you remember to use it sparingly.

Pick it up for $23 from Lock & Mane.

Sent for review. Cutler doesn't test on animals.

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2 Comments:

  1. This sounds great! I've been looking for a decent leave in treatment/styling product for shine too.

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  2. This looks really good, thanks for the suggestions. I'm going to create a link to the blog I just started, Divas Have Curves.



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