Product review: Living Proof Perfect Hair Day Night Cap Overnight Perfector

If I’m being honest, I’ll admit that one of the greatest perks of being an online Sephora customer is the free samples and the sample sizes of products you can add to your order with your Beauty Insider points.

Granted, the sample sizes are pitiful, but hey, you get to try out fancy schmancy items you likely would never have otherwise.

I’ve been adding the Living Proof Perfect Hair Day Night Cap Overnight Perfector to my cart, with my points, for quite a while now, and I figured it’s about time I do a review on the product. Especially since if you were to take a look at my Sephora order history, you would see the product quite frequently.

The Living Proof Perfect Hair Day Night Cap Overnight Perfector really is exactly what the name says – an overnight perfector. While I’ve never purchased the full-size product, the sample is enough for me to know that this stuff is the shit. I apply it to ends of my hair after I’ve had a shower when they’re still damp, and comb the product through afterwards.

According to its description on the Living Proof website, this product is “An easy-to-use weightless overnight treatment that works on damp or dry hair to provide up to one week of more shiny, vibrant, manageable hair overnight.”

I can’t attest to whether or not the product holds true to its promise for an entire week, as I typically like to wash my hair a little more frequently than that. But, when I put this stuff in my hair overnight, you can bet that the next day my locks are silky smooth, luscious and shiny. And they stay that way until I wash my hair.

A four-ounce bottle costs $30.00, but if you’re leery about investing in a full-size, try to find a sample, if possible. I doubt you will be disappointed.

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