Today I’m reviewing the hair care products that I’ve been using for the past few months.
Here’s a quick reminder of my hair type – Straight, course and thick. I have a small section that is bleached and covered in vegetable dye. My biggest concerns are frizz (thanks to Seattle weather) and keeping my hair healthy since I occasionally heat style and bleach.
Nourishing Shampoo & Nourishing Conditioner
According to the company, these contain coconut oil to fight frizz, vitamin rich mango oil to moisturize and açai fruit oil to provide antioxidant protection.
Smell Bent has gone all DJ and launched remixes of some of the brand’s “classics”. St. Tropez Dispenser Apres Soleil is a summer beach scent.
The St. Tropex Remix opens as a sticky, sweet honey with coconut oil. The honey is animalic as hell. And there’s a hint of retro jasmine tanning oil. It’s a very sweet, beachy scent with a hint of salty ozone. And it’s funky. I mean, there’s honey, leather and musk. This is meant to smell a little raunchy.
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I’m familiar with the Juara line because of their skincare and body products. It’s a high-quality line inspired by Indonesia. Their face cleansers and body butter are addictive. One of the things that you’ll notice about the line, if you try their products, is their fragrance (well, and how soft your skin is). I’m sure that the Juara Candlenut perfume was made because people loved how the Candlenut Body Crème smells.
Candlenut is a fresh green tropical floral with warm coconut. The… Continue reading
I have always felt like something was wrong with me. I get no datura and absolutely no “noir” from Serge Lutens Datura Noir. I read the reviews and I often think that I’m sniffing the wrong perfume or that they are sniffing the wrong perfume. Or we’re all sniffing the wrong perfume! So, I have 2 reviews. One from a cool November and another from a warm July. I have a feeling that Datura Noir is one of those that smells differently in… Continue reading | 9 Comments
Costamor is a perfume house inspired by the scents of Costa Rica. Costa Rica is known for its beaches and Beachwood is the beach scent in the collection.
Beachwood opens up as Earl Grey tea. It’s the bergamot but it really does smell like warm, steeped tea in water. There is a salt-aquatic vibe to Beachwood. This saltiness is subtle and mixed with coconut water. The heart is a fresh neroli, coconut water and driftwood musks. It’s probably an issue with my skin, but… Continue reading