Magnolia Leaf Wax, On; Dull, Dehydrated Hair, Off
MAGNOLIA LEAF WAX / (mag-no-lee-ya leef waks) / n. / 1. / The hydrolipidic film on the foliage of Magnolia macrophylla, a deciduous tree that is native to the Southeastern United States, parts of Southern Europe and Southeastern Asia; / n. / 2. / A thin, transparent shield that protects dark green, heart-shaped leaves from external aggressors like extreme weather, dehydration, and UV damage; / n. / 3. / Possessing light-reflecting properties to boost shine and seal cuticles when applied to hair, e.g., “Add radiance to dull, dry locks with magnolia leaf wax.”
Klorane Conditioner with Magnolia Wax, $14, available beginning November 1 at select Duane Reade locations.
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