Sunday, October 30, 2011

Suave Professionals Almond & Shea Butter

Sorry Bloggers for the delay! 


Thank you for being patient. I am not that busy anymore, so expect more reviews/swatches to come.

Product: Suave Professionals Almond & Shea Butter Shampoo and Conditioner 

Price:
 $1.84 at Target (14.5 oz.)

Comparable to: Salon proven to moisturize as well as Aveda Dry Remedy (6.7 fl oz, $24.00)

Description as stated on website:

Moisturizing shampoo is infused with 100% natural almond and shea butter, which are known for their rich emollients. It replenishes as it cleanses leaving your hair well-nourished and beautiful.

Moisturizing conditioner infused with 100% natural almond and shea butter, which are known for their rich emollients. It replenishes and leaves your hair well-nourished and beautiful.

My thoughts:
  I like this a lot. I have been using Dove Damage Therapy Intensive Repair Shampoo and Conditioner for about 2 years now. Its good, but its pricey ($5.00 depending on where you buy it). I also use the Masque ($6.00) and the Intensive Daily Treatment Conditioner ($5.00). That gets pricey, very quickly.

The only reason why I chose that particular Dove was because it says it is good for people who straighten their hair every day and blow dry it...it reduces breakage and split ends. 

However, this Suave shampoo and conditioner is a moisturizing line. If the hair is moisturizes, especially your ends for us hair straightening fanatics, your hair is less likely to break off which means less split ends and therefore, means your hair will grow longer.

For under $2.00 a bottle, this works better than my Dove. My hair feels softer, shiner and silkier. I have less frizz than i did with Dove. I don't think I'm going to go back to Dove. And the best part, i don't have to use all the extra things (mask and daily treatment conditioner).



Tuesday, October 11, 2011

SmartLash as featured on The Doctors

SmartLash is the #1 eyelash enhancing product.

Read the article here.

Watch Video of SmartLash on "The Doctor's" below:

FYI: Cruelty Free Companies and those to avoid

I was recently told that Sally Hansen (owned by Coty) tests their products on the eyes of rabbits. I was shocked!

I did some research and found a list of the companies that are cruelty free and those to avoid and thought I would pass it along.

Click Link for full list: PDF Format
Cruelty Free Companies (Do Not Test on Animals): Abercrombie & Fitch, Almay, Aveda, Bare Essentuals, Bath & Body Works, Conair, ELF Cosmetics, Eco Tools, Jane Cosmetics, LA Colors, MAC, Smashbox, Urban Decay, Victoria's Secret, wet n wild to name a few.
Companies to avoid (Do Test on Animals): Avon, Dove, Estee Lauder, Garnier, Herbal Essences, Johnson & Johnson, L'Oreal, Lancome, Mary Kay, Maybelline, Max Factor, Neutrogena, Olay, Pantene, Ponds, Redken, Secret, Shiseido, Suave, Walgreens to name a few.


NOTE: I am not saying whether I approve of animal testing or not. This is just information that I am sharing. Regardless if you buy the products from either category is none of my business.

Wednesday, October 5, 2011

Upcoming Reviews and/or Swatches!

Hello Beautiful!

Keep your eyes out for the following reviews/swatches, coming soon!
  • Napoleon Perdis NP Set: Pasarella Powder
  • Pixi Flawless Vitamin Veil
  • Boots No7 Intelligent Balance Foundation Mousse
  • Several Hairdryer reviews.
Sorry for the delay guys.