All Prose. No Cons.
I couldn’t have predicted it any better
or worse. The timing that is…and the fact that my hair would lose some of it’s natural lustre and manageability.
Who would have thought that I could have hair products customized specifically for me, with my name on the bottle?
just in case anyone who comes over makes the mistake of using them. Never mind the length and the roots. That’s another story.
Early in March, at the very beginning of learning about Coronavirus, I received an offer I could not refuse. It came from a company I hadn’t heard about before. But it got my attention. Because…well..custom made and all…
As far as beauty products are concerned, hair products were always at the very bottom of my list. Not sure why that was but I would use pretty much anything. It was never a priority like skincare and makeup was. But now that’s all changed. I’ve become a prose convert.
Created in Paris. (Gotta trust the French when it come to these things). Bottled in Brooklyn.
I was intrigued. The people at Prose got my attention with not so little details such as…clean, cruelty free ingredients, refillable bottles, thought to packaging, guidelines for how to use each product and finally; scent. The customization process even includes the aroma profile you can choose, which ranges from floral to citrus to woodsy. My oil has an amazing almond scent. You are one in a million. So is your hair.
Let me tell you. You have to first fill out an application longer than one for a job interview
from what I can remember about job interviews and answer all kinds of questions regarding the quality of your overall hair condition and health in general.
Questions like how much hair regularly falls out and how much of your scalp is shown when hair is parted down the middle? This apparently tells you about your hair density. Even diet. Yes! All the answers help to formulate each product exclusively to your needs.
The whole Prose line is customized to your specific hair.
It’s amazing. My hair life as changed. Find out for yourself. Here’s the link:
Ask for a discount and tell them where you heard about it.