So far I've used this pretty much everyday for 2 weeks, excusing the lazy days when I can't be bothered to use any products. I squeeze out 1-2 little drops of this from the lid, which is similar to MAC's Brush Cleanser. I then run my fingers through the lengths of my hair and put the remaining product through my hair line and my parting, where I get the most flyaway hairs. I then blow dry as normal, and brush it with my Tangle Teezer.
This does a great job at taming my flyaway strands made from dreaded brushing when wet, not using a heat protectant as much as I should, and wearing it up a lot. It also makes my hair really soft and gives it that 'ready to swish' feel, however if I used too much I think it would make it a bit greasy (but not sticky). You can use this when your hair is dry, but I haven't been brave enough to try that yet. The Defrizz is supposed to give humidity-proof hair yet the cold horrible weather hasn't let me test this out. I did notice no gross residue or sticky feeling when it rained though, which I was wary of when using an oily product.
Overall I really like this, and will definitely see about repurchasing when it's all gone. I like that this doesn't have a very perfumed scent, and that it's one of those 'use only a tiny bit' products meaning it'll last for centuries! I have really enjoyed using this, and will continue to use this from now on. I think it may have even gained holy grail status. I'd really recommend it if you have pretty unmanageable flyaway hair, it keeps your hair looking newly cut (even when it's anything but)!
You can pick this up from here, at
£19.40 £13.58 for 125ml.
You can also buy the travel sized version (50ml), which I have for £8.58 instead of £12.26.