I was sent the TRESemmé Beauty-Full Volume Line a while ago from TRESemmé Canada. I wasn’t asked to review it or anything but kinda wanted to share my thoughts about it with you. I’ve seen so many good reviews about it online and I didn’t have the same experience with it as others did.
I can’t remember how or why I tried the Clairol Hair Food Moisturizing Hair Mask. I think that someone recommended it to me. I know I didn’t buy it “just because”. I’m just glad I discovered it, I think I’ve been through 10 bottles since.
The Clairol Hair Food Moisturizing Hair Mask is inspired by pampering and relaxing ingredients known to hydrate and condition the hair. It’s paraben free, mineral oil free and made in Thailand.
I qualified for another VoxBox from Influenster and it was for more hair care products from L’Oreal. Last spring I had been sent the Fibralogy Line and didn’t really like it and I still have the half used bottles under the vanity. This time I was sent three products from L’Oreal’s Advanced Haircare Extraordinary Oil line. I didn’t have high hopes for them as I’ve never been fond of L’Oreal hair products. But I was pleasantly surprised by this line. 🙂
The It’s a 10 Miracle Leave-In Product is a highly raved about product. It took me along time to bring myself to purchase it because it retails for $18 for a 4 ounce bottle. I think I found it on sale or used a coupon when I originally purchased it. Then I received the It’s a 10 Miracle Leave-In for Blondes in a goodie bag from an Ulta purchase. So that is why I own both.
If you didn’t know already, I have an obsession with hair products. I have loads of them and can’t seem to stop myself from buying more. I’ve been doing better at resisting, but it’s difficult.
I was contacted and asked if I wanted to try the Lisap Easy Build Hair Reconstruction System. So as you can image, I said I’d love to. I received the system over a month ago and have been using it regularly since. I’ve come to the end of the bottles so it’s time for a review.