Frequent readers know that I spent my winter holiday in the Rocky Mountains as I do every Christmas. In fact, we typically make the trek there a couple times a year. I even leave a few basics there to make packing easier including hair products.
This year when I arrived, I discovered I had either not left my products or had used them up on my last visit but forgotten to make a mental note of it. Instead, I found the products of whomever had stayed in my room last. Specifically, they had left Suave Professionals Shampoo and Conditioner in the Humectant formula. Since I normally use an expensive salon brand that had to be ordered online, I was kind of stuck with this Suave stuff for this visit.
Here's a bit about my hair ... I have long frizzy curly auburn hair which I flat iron straight. It took me forever to find a shampoo and conditioner that worked really well on it. Once I did, I stuck with it for several years regardless of the price or inconvenience of ordering it online because it worked.
I prepared for a holiday of bad hair and began using the Suave Pro Humectant stuff. It came to my complete surprise that it worked really well. In fact, when I returned home I even mentioned how surprised I was at how well it worked on twitter. Why hadn't anyone mentioned this stuff to me before?
Suave's PR team wasn't surprised it worked. They've been hearing these reactions for a while now. In fact, they conducted some side by side reviews with these products and the salon comparable a while back and Suave Pro came out glowing. Suave asked if I'd consider sharing my experience in a review and sent me some additional Suave Professional products to try including items from their Sleek line. I was really happy with the results of those products in my unruly hair too.
The best part? I can now load up on hair products, while grabbing diapers, socks, and soy milk at Target. My hair does what I want it to do without the hassle of ordering hair products online and without the expensive price tag too.
Reminder: Don't forget to enter the Suave Kids WashThemGrow.com sweepstakes ending Feb. 22nd. See my previous post on this for further details.