Thursday, June 23, 2011

Review: Pristine Beauty Locks of Fame Shampoo and Conditioner

I used to roll my eyes when my mother would make me take leftovers out of a tupperware and put it in a pretty bowl. Food is food, right? Well, not exactly. Presentation can make a huge difference in how you perceive a product and how much you enjoy it. Fortunately, Pristine Beauty is one of those companies who really understands presentation. Not only is their packaging chic and in the style of old Hollywood glamour, but their products also lived up to my high expectations. Read on for the details on their Locks of Fame Shampoo and Conditioner.

  • Smells like heaven (a.k.a. lemon/vanilla/tangerine reminiscent of Skittles)
  • Conditioner detangled my long hair nicely
  • Very natural ingredients
  • Fun and classy packaging
  • Left hair soft, shiny, and manageable
  • Pump bottle isn't the most efficient dispenser for those with long hair who need a good amount of conditioner
Pristine Beauty is an amazing company and these two products really impressed me. I had no idea that a shampoo and conditioner could be so pure and perform so well. I look forward to washing my hair now that I can use Locks of Fame. I'd highly recommend these products to anyone looking to add a little fun to their hair care routine.

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