The Beauty Within



April 2013



Blowpro Daily Repairing Shampoo and Conditioner

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Damage Control Daily Repairing Shampoo and Conditioner
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There’s a gazillion salons specializing in blowouts all over the country nowadays. In a city like New York, where I’ve been living for the past 9 months, it’s practically a norm for women to get their hair blown out once and professionally styled once or twice a week. Others go for special occasions like big dates or weddings. When a close friend of mine suspected the big date her then-boyfriend was taking her on was going to end with a proposal, I immediately sent her off to one just in case she was right (and she was – they’re getting married next month!).

I can’t quite afford to hit up a Blow or any other blow dry salons on a weekly basis, but I still blow dry my own hair at home almost everyday. Like with all heat products, by blowing out my hair daily I’m subjecting it to more damage. The key to making sure my hair stays protected so it doesn’t get dry and brittle? Damage Control Shampoo ($17 for 8 oz. / $8 for 1.7 oz.) and Conditioner ($17 for 8 oz. / $7 for 1.7 oz.) from the innovators at Blow.

Damage Control Daily Repairing Shampoo and Conditioner

Damage Control Daily Repairing Shampoo and Conditioner

Blow is the first blow dry salon in the US. As innovators of this industry, they’ve created a line of products, blowpro, formulated with a Pure Protein Blend and Phytokeratin Complex, designed to leave your tresses light weight, voluminous, healthy and ready for ultimate blowouts. These products are also free of any harsh sulfates, parabens and sodium chloride that can strip the hair and scalp of its natural nutrients, and they’re cruelty-free!

I use the Damage Control range to keep my hair shiny and frizz-free even though it’s ideal for damaged and coarse/frizzy hair. I figured it’s better to take a preventative approach before my hair really gets damaged! Plus I’m particularly in love with the conditioner. It’s formulated with 100% organic shea butter and can be used both a daily conditioner and a leave-in treatment mask.

If your hair is not so damaged and coarse/frizzy (or if you’re not paranoid about damaged hair like me), there are two other ranges to choose from: Blow Up Daily Volumizing Shampoo and Conditioner for those looking for more voluminous hair and Hydra Quench Daily Hydrating Shampoo and Conditioner for those seeking extra moisture. All of them have a light refreshing scent that’s not so perfume-y or overpowering. You can find them at www.blowPro.com, Ulta, Nordstrom, Beauty Brands, and fine salons nationwide.

Speaking of blowouts, what’s your secret to achieving the ultimate blowout at home? I want to know!

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