Don’t you just love good timing? I certainly do. My hair was just on the receiving end of some good timing this past week. Let me explain. I hadn’t had a split end in years. In fact it had been so long I forgot how terribly annoying and heinous they look. Then I started to get color happy. I had always been too indecisive to color my hair but since meeting my new hair guy (love him) I have been experimenting with color. I got so into the whole color thing I had my guy changing my color every couple of weeks. It really took a toll on the old ends leaving them split, literally.
A head full of split ends without a clue how to repair them is never a good look. So you can imagine my delight when a big ole box of TREsemme Split Remedy products landed at my doorstep. Here is what was in the box …
– TRESemmé® Split RemedyTM Shampoo
– TRESemmé® Split RemedyTM Conditioner
– TRESemmé® Split RemedyTM Serum
– TRESemmé® Split RemedyTM Conditioning Spray
– TRESemmé® Split RemedyTM Conditioning Treatment
Like a kid on Christmas I broke into my new “toys” immediately. I washed and conditioned then followed up with the conditioning spray, treatment, and finally the serum. What I loved most about the products is the scent, or lack there of. I’m not a fan of overly perfumed hair products because they never seem to react well with my hair dryer. I was also a fan of how light the leave-in products were – no greasy or stickiness going on.
This product line boasts up to 80% improvement after 3 uses. I’m two uses down and can already feel a difference. Seriously. My hair always looks a little cray right after I wash and style it but after using these products I have to say, the hair is looking pretty darn good.
Oh and I have to mention this, my favorite thing about TREsemme is the price! This product line is completely affordable, which leaves me with more shoe money and you know I like that.
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