Pearl Jam Rocks, But Eddie’s Hair Needs A Little Vitalogy

Eddie+Vedder+Hair Pearl Jam Rocks, But Eddies Hair Needs A Little Vitalogy
Last night, Señor Spoiled Pretty and I saw Pearl Jam in concert. After 18 years, they still sound incredible and put on a ridiculously amazing live show. But one thing I couldn’t ignore was the state of Eddie Vedder’s hair.

In the heyday of grunge, Eddie’s wavy locks were glossy and lush. Last night, however, Eddie’s hair looked fried and – ironically – grungy. I realize that Eddie’s a surfer and could give a rats ass about split ends. But that didn’t keep this beauty junkie from wanting to bum rush the stage, armed with one of my new beauty finds.

elasticizer Pearl Jam Rocks, But Eddies Hair Needs A Little VitalogyEddie is a prime candidate for Elasticizer, a pre-shampoo conditioning treatment from Philip Kingsley that dramatically heals your hair after just one use. It delivers a dose of moisture to the core of the cuticle – leaving hair silky, shiny, and supple. Suitable for all hair types, Elasticizer won’t thicken hair or weigh it down. It provides UV protection too, even after washing – helping prolong the life of color treatments.

Just apply to wet hair, concentrating on mid-lengths and ends, and work through for a minute. Then shampoo and condition as usual. For severely damaged hair, cover with a plastic cap for 20 minutes before shampooing.

Elasticizer is available at philipkingsley.com.

2 Comments on Pearl Jam Rocks, But Eddie’s Hair Needs A Little Vitalogy

  1. Jessica
    June 21, 2008 at 1:53 AM (7 years ago)

    Eddie does need it, but I love him anyway!

    Reply
  2. Daneen :)
    June 22, 2008 at 3:11 AM (6 years ago)

    I love him, too. Eddie, if you’re reading this and decide to give deep conditioning a try, I’ll happily volunteer.

    Reply

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