Happy Sunday! Today I’m comin’ at you with another review of a product sent to me for testing by Influenster (Note: I received this for free for testing purposes, but all opinions are my own.). For those of you who don’t know, Influenster is a program that sends out various goodies to regular folks (like you and me!) for testing and feedback. It’s free to join – just create a profile and answer the questions/surveys they send you from time to time – and free to test. You pay for nothing; companies are looking to create buzz and receive honest feedback. My first Influenster campaign was #HelloKeurig back in December, and I was sent a brand-new Keurig 2.0 to test out. I was sold.
This time around, I’m participating in #JAdoreDessange, a campaign around the Dessange Paris line of hair products. I was sent the Oleo Miracle Treatment:
The collection consists of the Replenishing Shampoo, Replenishing Conditioner, and Replenishing Oil, all of which contain precious oils designed to smooth and hydrate hair without weighing it down. I was excited to receive this particular collection, as I am constantly on the search for products that counteract the notorious Florida humidity, and eliminate the frizz it causes.
Since receiving these products, the weather has ranged from rainy, to hot and humid, to cool, and to windy. So far, I really like this treatment. It has managed to make my hair soft and shiny, and has been able to tone down some of the frizz that comes with the more humid weather. And it doesn’t make my hair feel greasy or weighed down. However, I don’t love it enough to actually pay for it (Target.com lists the price range from $9.99-$11.99 for each item). I just found other products that I’ve fallen in love with that make my hair have a greater slip that will be taking my money when I run out of these products (such as Ouidad). But these products are worth testing out at least once, as they do what they claim. I washed my hair earlier today with the system, and combed it out with a hair pick like I usually wear it. Overall, the frizz has been cut down significantly (sorry I don’t have a “before” pic with which to compare):
Have you used Dessange before? What did you think?