Remember Salon Selectives? The popular brand of the ‘80s and ‘90s that made women feel like they just stepped out of a salon? Well, Salon Selectives is hoping to capitalize on nostalgia and get back into the hair grooming game.
“The re-introduction of Salon Selectives represents a great opportunity for our company,” said Dr. Eugene Zeffren, CEO of SSB, the company that distributes and markets Salon Selectives. “Our research shows that the brand still has over 80 percent awareness among our target consumers. These women don’t just remember the Salon Selectives name, they retain a host of other positive associations, including the apple scent and the customized hair care message – they can even sing the jingle.”
Starting in March 2008, Salon Selectives will be returning to the shelves with updated packaging and new formulas – but will retain trademarks such as pink bottles, apple fragrance, and customization.
There are 18 items in the line, with three shampoos, five conditioners and 10 styling and treatment products – ten of which are now available for purchase on drugstore.com. And according to Women’s Wear Daily, the marketing plan includes TV and print ads that will run startng beginning in April.
I so hope they resurrect the old jingle. Speaking of which, check out this old-school Salon Selectives commercial I dug up on YouTube. Perhaps this will jog your memory…
Elle and Eufora hair care are developing a new all-natural clarifying shampoo, and they need your help deciding what to call it! Come up with the perfect name, and you’ll not only see your idea printed on thousands of bottles (launching in May), but Eufora will donate $500 to the environmental charity of your choice and give you a Eufora product gift basket worth $500.
All entries are due by February 1st, 2008. One entry per day allowed. Click here to enter.
I normally wouldn’t advocate spending more than $15-20 on shampoo or conditioner; but when you have hair with behavioral problems like mine, well, sometimes you’ve gotta pay the cost to be the boss.
Philip B White Truffle Shampoo and White Truffle Nourishing Hair Conditioning Creme impart moisture, elasticity, and shine to chemically processed, dry, or damaged hair. The miracle broth of 23.2% pure botanical extracts (white truffle, lavender, comfrey, thyme, hops, and nettle) instantly disciplined my mane. Usually when I use a new hair product, I need to blow it dry and style it before I notice any difference. With this shampoo and conditioner, I felt the difference in the shower! The only thing I can liken it to is Ritalin for your hair.
At $54 and $75 – stay with mehere – these products cost 3 and 4 times what I, a beauty junkie, would typically spend on shampoo and conditioner. But considering how much I generally pay for hair serums, lotions, and potions promising to make my hair behave – I will gladly dig deep into my pockets to fund this addiction.
Yesterday, on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, the hair mystery was finally revealed. Head & Shoulders has a new look, a new scent, and an array of new conditioners.
The shampoo range includes:
Citrus Breeze – Provides an uplifting clean for fine/oily hair. Classic Clean – Deep-cleansing formula leaves hair looking and feeling thoroughly clean. Dry Scalp Care – Moisturizes hair and relieves dry scalp and itch. Extra Volume – Provides volume and body for fine hair. Ocean Lift – With sea mineral essence, invigorates scalp and hair. Refresh – Provides a cool sensation leaving your scalp feeling refreshed and hair clean and manageable. Restoring Shine – With natural plant extracts, restores natural shine to dull hair. Sensitive Care – Hypo-allergenic formula with Aloe soothes sensitive scalps. Smooth & Silky – Smoothes dry, frizzy hair to restore a silky smooth look.
The new conditioner collection includes:
Classic Clean – Improves scalp health and provides balanced conditioning for soft, manageable hair. Dry Scalp Care – Provides a moisturized flake-free scalp and protects dry hair from damage and dryness to reduce split ends and breakage. Smooth & Silky – Improves scalp health and calms dry frizzy hair to restore a silky smooth look.
Remember…healthy hair begins at the scalp, so click here to find your perfect combination.
In advance of the launch of a new hair care product, a leading company is allowing Americans to try the shampoo/conditioner system for free and to guess the brand of the mystery sample. If your great hair days are few and far between, the answer to beautiful, healthy hair may be just a click away. This unique hair care system’s true identity will be revealed on December 17 on The Ellen DeGeneres Show.
For a free sample of the mystery product, more information, video testimonials, and a chance to win a free vacation at a luxury resort in Arizona, log on to HairMystery.com.
“Whether you are flying out the door or flying around the world, running to work or running on the treadmill, this line will work for you.”
The entire line consists of 2 groupings – a hair care group and a body care group. Each contains 3 products, in individual bottles, held together with an overcap and an undercap. All bottles are flip-top and can stand up on their own.
The hair care trio consists of body wash, shampoo, and conditioner. The body care trio consists of body polish, shave gel, and lotion. Both sets are currently on sale for $12.
Want something for nothing? Well, you’ve come to the right place. I am so excited to announce Spoiled Pretty’s latest giveaway – generously sponsored by Face Boutique!!!
Face Boutique grew out of a quest to create products for young skin that really work, remain free from chemicals, smell divine, look great in the bathroom and, finally, leave everyone with a clear conscience. I think Spoiled Pretty speaks for many satisfied customers when I say, “Mission Accomplished.”
Spoiled Pretty is teaming up with Face Boutique to give away a whole lotta beauty booty.
Four runners up (yeah, you heard me right) will win a bottle of Hair Laundry Shampoo (valued at $16).
To enter the giveaway, leave a comment in the comments section below by 9 pm EST on Sunday, November 11th – be sure to include your name and email address. Or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you’re uncomfortable posting your email address below.
Winners will be chosen at random from among the entrants. On Monday, November 12th, I’ll announce the winners’ names. Please, only one comment per person; duplicate comments will not increase your chances of winning. Contest is open to U.S. & Canadian residents. Good luck!