Lately, my hair has been looking quite dull. But I was getting tired of piling on shine products, just to have them build up and weigh down my hair. I’d heard glowing (no pun intended) reviews of John Frieda’s Luminous Color Glaze – so I decided to buy a bottle to see if it also deserved the Spoiled Pretty stamp of approval. I’m happy to report that my $9.99 was money well spent.
Luminous Color Glaze is the first easy-to-use, at-home treatment from John Frieda Collection that delivers the results of a professional salon glaze, right in the shower. This easy-to-use gel-creme formula turns the light on dull, lackluster hair – adding a hint of glossy color and multi-dimensional shine.
Immediately, I noticed that my hair was more visibly shiny, and silky – to boot. After 3-5 uses, it promises increased shine, a hint of glossy color, and subtly blended grays. After 6-8 uses, you’ll notice multi-dimensional shine, rich color, and gray hairs concealed.
Luminous Color Glaze is not a permanent hair color, so it will not lift or lighten color. Ammonia and peroxide-free, it’s safe for damaged or processed hair.
John Frieda products are available at your local drugstore.
Pining for something pretty? Tell Sephora what you want! Each week, the beauty superstore will fulfill someone’s holiday wish, giving them their most coveted product (valued up to $300). So make your wish…with a pinch of luck and a dash of hope, you could be the fairest – and most fortunate – one of all.
To make your wish, click here.
Have you entered Spoiled Pretty’s giveaway, sponsored by Face Boutique? If you haven’t yet, or this is the first you’re hearing about the contest, click here for more information.
Everyone loves to win free beauty products, right? Why shouldn’t it be you?!?!
Hurry…the giveaway ends at 9 pm EST on Sunday, November 11th. Good luck – and may the biggest beauty junkie win!!!
The Good – Bliss Snow Wonder Body Butter
Y’all already know that I have much love for Bliss Body Butter, a hand and body moisturizer that “instantly drenches dry skin to leave even the scaliest sort feeling seriously soft.” Just in time for the holidays, Bliss has introduced Snow Wonder Body Butter – a limited edition scent. Infused with the an avalanche of antioxidant arctic berry, vitamins A and E, Snow Wonder’s crisp scent recalls the “fresh fragrance of just-fallen flakes.” This winter, soften and smooth skin with a subtle shimmer…you’ll get a flurry of compliments, trust me!
The Bad – Bliss Clog-Dissolving Cleansing Milk
On their website, Bliss promises that the Clog-Dissolving Cleansing Milk “does exactly what it promises. So whether your face suffers from the typical t-zone traffic jam or is oily all over, this marvel of a milky wash will keep it ‘in the clear’. A must-try.”
Don’t ya just hate empty promises? The gentle, low foaming texture of the cleanser was nice…and the citrusy scent was pleasant. But when it came to the clog-dissolving part, I saw nothing of the sort…the condition of my complexion is no better and no worse than before I began using this product. It does cleanse nicely, but for $28, I expect it to do more than merely remove my makeup.
The Bubbly – Bliss Snow Suit Gift Set
For less than $30, you can purchase the Snow Suit Gift Set – which includes travel sizes of the Bliss Snow Wonder Body Butter and the Snow Wonder Bath+Shower Gel (this foamy body wash evokes a clean, crisp, winter day – without the ‘brrrrr’ factor!). Makes the perfect gift for a friend, loved one, or yourself!
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$10 off an order of $50 or more
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Use copon code SAVEMORE at checkout.
Offer valid through November 11, 2007. Click here to go shopping!
Beauty doesn’t last forever, and beauty products have an even shorter shelf-life. But how many of us actually toss cosmetics once they’re past their prime? And we wonder why our skin is a mess!
If you’re like me, you’ve got too many beauty products to count – so how can we be expected to know when our treasures have turned to trash? Timestrips are postage stamp-sized labels you stick on your cosmetics, which accurately monitor elapsed time and temperature. Simply activated, the indicator changes color when your makeup is no longer safe to use. So no more guessing if your mascara has met its maker.