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Marco Pelusi Color Anti-Frizz Leave-in Conditioner Review

Marco Pelusi Color Anti-Frizz Leave-in Conditioner Review

Not too long ago I had the chance to try out the Marco Pelusi Color Anti-Frizz Leave-in Conditioner. This product is supposed to contain a color guard to help protect your color treated hair.

Marco Pelusi products are cruelty free.

About Marco Pelusi Color Anti-Frizz Leave-in Conditioner
This signature product is an exclusive anti-frizz formula that repairs, restores and rebuilds, leaving the hair and scalp comforted and protected. An ultra luxurious, light and airy leave-in conditioner expressly formulated to replenish the hair’s own natural reserves to boost condition, as well as haircolor longevity, vitality and tone. Tames curly, coarse hair while allowing for easy comb-thru and a smooth, healthy appearance.

  • naturally derived from coconut, cetrimonium chloride is the most potent anti-frizz element available to moisturize and neutralize static electricity; effects last for up to 72 hours even when rinsed with water
  • usp grade vitamin e, one of the most powerful antioxidants available from nature, protects the hair from hostile environmental factors, including pollution, aging and stress
  • apricot essential oils fight dryness and cell dehydration
  • natural moisturizing factors, including sodium pca, volumize the hair

$35.25 for 8 fl. oz.

My Thoughts
While I can’t speak as to how well it helped my color to stay in place, I can say that it does a wonderful job of making my hair feel soft and silky. Previously I’ve only used spray leave-in conditioner. This is a pump style. I recommend starting with half a pump and combing that through damp hair. If you need more, add half a pump at a time. Once you blow dry your hair, it will feel silky smooth, as well as be protected.

To me, this has a nice light scent that fades quickly. If you wash your hair once a week and only use a half pump, this product will last you for at least 6 months. Seriously, a little goes a long way!

For me, since I have hair that’s on the thin side, and sort of fine, I was pleased that it didn’t weigh my hair down. I love the way it makes it feel super soft.

If you are a fan of leave-in conditioners, you will love this one!

What’s your favorite way to protect your hair and keep it soft?


  • Cruelty free
  • Great formula


  • If you don’t like pump style leave in conditioners, skip this
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    • http://www.geniabeme.com/ Eugenia

      I adore leave in conditioners! I like to make my hair as soft as possible!

    • http://theplasticdiaries.com Kimmi @ The Plastic Diaries

      I do avoid leave-ins where possible because my hair is so fine it weighs them down but this one sounds lovely.

    • Amber

      Between you and Jen, you are forcing me to try this brand lol… ;)

    • http://www.cosmeticsaficionado.com/ Cosmetics Aficionado

      I have curly hair that needs lots of moisture, so I of course love leave-ins lol :)

    • Noelle

      I’m so afraid to try leave-in conditioners but this just looks so amazing!

    • Allison @neversaydiebeauty

      I don’t use leave=in conditioners too often because they do seem to weigh my hair down. That said, this is appealing because of the built-in color protection especially as summer arrives and I’ll be outside more. Wish it had a lower price tag in case I don’t like it. I’ll search for a sample size!

    • Cosmetic Sanctuary

      I love leave in conditioners! My hair is thick and needs it!

    • http://www.manifestdestany.com/ Destany

      I’ve never done much with my hair. I have super fine here that rarely holds curl, but I have a lot of it! It’s a tug of war most of the time just for a ponytail :/

    • http://www.beautybymissl.com/ beautybymissl

      I like leave in conditioners, but I prefer those spray ones.

    • http://loveforlacquer.com/ loveforlacquer

      Love leave in conditioners! Will definitely try this one!

    • Jessica InTruBeauty

      I love Marco Pelusi products!

    • http://www.blushingnoir.com/ Brooke @ Blushing Noir

      I like them for the bottom part of my hair. I can never have enough moisture there!

    • http://makeupbykim-porter.com/blog Kim Porter

      I use a leave-in by Miss Jessies

    • http://libbyspinkvanity.blogspot.com Kimberly

      I wish hair products that advertise a fragrance would have the smell at least last a day. But, I use a lot of leave-in products to keep my hair healthy and hydrated.

    • Angela Sherman

      I’d try it! My hair has been so dry with this weather.

    • http://beautylitfromwithin.blogspot.com Nidia Doherty

      I don’t color my hair (yet) so I don’t need to spend extra for a color-stay conditioner, but I do like leave-in products. Can’t be without my products!

    • http://www.mynewestaddiction.com/ Laura

      goodness…. to answer that question would take all day!

    • Anastasia

      I normally use plain argan oil as my hair softener, but I also have a ton of little samples lying around, and I use them all from time to time.

    • cindyprimebeauty

      I tried the shampoo and it really revs up my color!

    • http://www.slashedbeauty.com/ Miranda Mendoza

      I wonder if this would work on my thick, frizzy mane! I love that it has a pump.

    • FabZilla_Kath

      Sounds interesting! I have long, wavy and tad frizzy hair so I like to use something that makes it darn soft

    • http://www.honeygirlsworld.com/ Honeygirlk

      This sounds like something I would try… always looking for products that make my hair nice and soft.

    • http://www.painted-ladies.com/ Sheila Arkee

      I’m not a leave-in kind of gal, but this sounds great.

    • http://www.everydaybeautyblog.com/ EBBlogAshley

      I love leave ins, especially for my dryer ends.

    • Betzy Carmona

      This would work wonderfully on me

    • myCosmeticBag

      i love leave in conditioner, my hair gets so dry that i really need it in my life.

    • http://www.citizensofbeauty.com/ Citizens of Beauty

      I love when anything makes my hair feel soft and silky.