I have a love/hate relationship with my hair. It seems that I love to abuse it and then hate it when it reacts to the abuse. Well, between sun, sand and salt water, various home coloring ventures and an omnipresent pony tail, my hair sustained some serious damage this summer. I seem to enjoy taking my hair to the point of no return and then finding some miracle cure.
Well, miracle cure I did find! Carol’s Daughter Hair Milk resurrected my hair from a lifeless wreck to lively luscious locks. My crazy frizzy hair is now manageable, shiny and despite the multi-coloring effects (I need to see a professional), it’s actually stylable.
Why I love Carol’s Daughter Hair Milk:
Last but not least, my former employer Sephora named it one of their Best Products for 2008. All the beauty experts in the world just can’t be wrong.
- It’s chalk full of good stuff — soyybean oil, sweet almond oil, shea butter, apricot kernel oil, wheat germ oil and essential oil of lemongrass.
- It’s not heavy
- It revives the hair
- Controls frizz and enhances curls
- It smells great naturally
And it lacks all those ingredients that we just don’t need:
- Synthetic Fragrances
- Synthetic Dyes
Plus how can I go against what O Magazine had to say?
“Even women whose relationship with their curls is harmonious most of the year find themselves at war when the mercury and humidity rises. The lush blend of nut oils and shea and cocoa butters in Carol’s Daughter Hair Milk fortifies coarser, tighter curls, which tend to be the most parched and vulnerable to breakage.” – Stephanie Tweito Jacob, O The Oprah Magazine
So, have you Got Milk? If not get some (Carol’s Daughter Hair Milk that is) and drink up. Your hair will thank you.
I give Carol’s Daughter Hair Milk 5 blings!
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