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April 6th, 2011

 

Climate Control by TRESemme

imageI'll admit I am obsessed with the weather and even receive a daily report - sometimes hourly- depending on severity of the forecast. I use it as a gauge on how to dress and how to style my hair for the day. It acts as a "how much should I fuss barometer".

With warmer weather approaching- I promise sunny skies are ahead- hair takes on a whole new role. Low humidity means it's going to be a "good hair day"; high humidly, blowouts are not worth the effort. TRESemme surveyed women and here's what they learned: 58% of women say that humidity and rain makes them most prone for a bad hair day, and when the forecast calls for one, more than half of those surveyed pull their hair back into a ponytail.

To fight the ever-changing forecast TRESemme has launched Climate Control. This new collection creates a barrier between hair and the weather, locking out humidity, UV rays, static and wind, allowing you to take the guesswork out of your morning routine.

I tested it first hand and had a fabulous blowout at a chic, downtown salon. I walked out with a full head of billowing waves, only to find the next day it rained, but my hair still lived up to a great style.

I must mention the scent and price is delovely! All products in the collection are priced under $5.00 and remember that line, "Gee Your Hair Smells Terrific"- that response will top the list.

Available at mass retailers nationwide and Walgreens.com.
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