Friday, May 21, 2010

A "small" plug :)


Please forgive the billboard sized logo. I didn't know how to make it smaller. :)


So, about a month ago I got a little email asking me to take a survey and see if I qualify to be a Dove Hair Ambassador. If I qualified, they would send me a full sized bottle of their newest hair product: Damage Therapy Daily Moisture Daily Treatment Conditioner. (Longest title ever known to mankind.)


In return, I would offer my honest feedback to them, give away the samples they would also send me and tell my friends about it.


Enter you.


I qualified so they sent me the cutest little box filled with the big bottle of conditioner, a welcome kit and a bunch of samples.


Now, a word about my hair. It is thick, course and naturally curly (read: frizzy without gobs of product). I usually keep it pretty long, have highlighted for years and flat iron it almost every day. So you can imagine the damage I have inflicted. A while back I decided to stop highlighting and let it grow. I just got the last of the nasty, brassy blond cut off the ends and, while it's shorter than it's been in a while, it feels healthier than it has in a VERY long time.


So when I tried this product I knew there wouldn't be fireworks because it had just been cut...and there weren't really. BUT, it made my already healthy hair feel like silk. Truly. I kept begging Josh to feel how soft it was and I couldn't keep my hands out of it.


I did nothing different. I shampooed, put the conditioner in for the same amount of time you would for any conditioner, rinsed and fixed it like normal. I used no additional products. BUT the results felt like I had gotten a conditioning treatment at a salon. Seriously, I don't know how they could do it any better.


So, there's the opinion of a hair product junkie (you should see my cabinet). If you want to try it for yourself, go here and get a free sample.


And if you try it, let me know what you think! Happy Damage Therapy Daily Moisture Daily Treatment Conditioning! :)

1 comments:

Mama Llama said...

fun! I need to try this.

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