Beauty biz – because we’re worth it!

Once in a while an amazing hair product grabs my attention. 

So far I find this hair product from L’Oréal Paris Absolue-tly amazing .  It could be the best and easiest hair coloring kit ever invented.  It met all the requirements. Easy to apply, non-messy (a real plus) with little to no odor. But the BEST THING about it – drumroll…..it’s reusable!  The formulas are preserved in airtight tubes so you can stash the device away and re-use it as needed.

Look no further

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Hair products for the most part seem to escape my interest so I concentrate on reviewing makeup and skincare products.  It’s not that I don’t like them or need them but my routine is relatively unfussy and I don’t like to use much product – my hair is fine so too much product will weigh it down. Whenever I ‘m at my hairdresser she ends up putting mousse, then a color enhancer, then a little Moroccan oil  (I love that oil) and then ruins it all by using hairspray.  I keep saying “no” (I do not like hairspray overload) but she does it anyway.  It looks great for one day and then it will take some effort on my part to get it to looking like I just left the hairdresser.  And I hate to put a lot of effort into my hair.  Maybe I should care more but I don’t want to spend a lot of time fussing. I haven’t been to a hairdresser to color or highlight my hair in a long time preferring to do it at home.  I found a few easy root touch up kits and even a highlighting one. The drawbacks are that they tend to get messy (I have a white sink & tub) and there’s always waste.

This new hair dye from L’Oréal has been selling in Europe for quite some time so we’re really lucky the company finally decided to send it this way.

 Here is what the company says:

L’Oréal  Preference Mousse Absolue is the first automatic and re-usable hair color that’s, dare we say, quite the revolutionary product. After 10 years in the making, L’Oreal Paris has devised a canister with dual chambers that seamlessly combines the color dyes and color developer together at the push of a button.

 See, I told you!   Have you tried it? 

 

 

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