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    Hair Products Reviews Are Hard to Come by

    If you’re like me, you’re probably hard pressed to find hair products reviews. I mean the legitimate ones, that have real users report on their experiences with various hair products that we all need for our daily hair care regimen. This stuff can get expensive. I often end up sticking with my tried and true favorites. Yet I’m sure there are lots of hair products out there that might do a much better job, but I’m not willing to go out on a limb unless I have a recommendation from another hairdresser or read a legitimate hair products review somewhere.

    “Hair Products Reviews, Where are They?”

    Problem is where? Folica does a pretty good job, but only carries hair products reviews on stuff that they carry. Amazon has some reviews on the tools that they sell. The hair styling magazines aren’t much help either, as I’m sure they are trying to stay away from critical reviews of a potential advertiser.

    I just spent a half hour poking around and I came up with nothing but rip off sites that claimed they had hair products reviews, but ended up being just rip off artists trying to get me to buy something off of their site.

    Do you know of any hair products reviews sites out there that I could link to from time to time? If so give them a boost and post the URL in the comments or send it to me as an email.

    Occasionally I run across a newspaper piece like this one from Colorado Junction Daily Sentinel. In it they have several of their staff test Pantene Pro-V Restoratives Time Renewal Replenishing Mask and report. Slim pickins, I know, but we gotta take what we can get.

    What we tested: Pantene Pro-V Restoratives Time Renewal Replenishing Mask.

    Cost: About $5.

    Where: Widely available.

    Product claim: “Dramatically quenches parched strands, leaving hair supple and restored.”


    Here’s what we thought:

    JAMIE STEPHENSON, 27 Grand Junction Visitor & Convention Bureau marketing department administrative clerk. My hair turned out soft and healthier looking with less fly-away, which is hard for me to achieve since I change hair color frequently. It is a very heavy mask and I thought that was also great because I have very thin, damaged hair. The mask helped to tame those pesky little hairs that even gallons of hair spray doesn’t seem to prevent from tickling my face and annoying me all day. I also liked the product directions: Apply and leave in for five minutes. While others may see this as a disadvantage, I loved it!


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    1. Hi Sara:

      Thanks for the great heads up.

      Comment by Barb — February 7, 2007 @ 4:03 pm

    2. Great review site

      Comment by sara — February 5, 2007 @ 7:31 pm

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