Curly hair is a nightmare. If you argue against that then it's obvious you have hair like Cara Delevigne. Unsuccessful in finding any decent photos of my hair, I resorted to this selfie to show the extent of my curls and therefore why this Kerastase is so crucial. Since the age of about six, I've been using this as a conditioner every time I wash my hair and although it's billed as a mask which should be used purely as a treatment, it leaves my hair so soft and manageable that whilst my mum continues to pay for it, I will continue to use it as often as possible! It is a pricey £20 at the Gorgeous where I buy it but I only use a small amount per wash so I guess it lasts 2 months a pot? Combined with a Tangle Teezer it cuts down the time I have to spend tugging through my curls and the over all result is always a lot shinier and softer than with any other conditioner I have used including Aussie, John Frieda and Charles Worthington but for the odd occasion these three all work reasonably well on hair as tough as mine. I would recommend this for curly haired individuals like myself or as a nourishing treatment for anyone with dry or frizzy hair as it such a wonder product.