Tiempo de renovación. Or, you know, Pantene’s Pro-V Restoratives.
The last time Bossy prayed at the temple of Him, the two women who work in the salon got Bossy aside and told her about the magic of Pantene’s new line of conditioners.
Now: Bossy has been following-up shampoos with Pantene’s Daily Conditioner for the past two years or so, where Daily Conditioner equals Bossy washes her hair the way women in Paris did in 1862, which means rarely.
But the product pictured above is newer and more impressive, and is meant to be used as a more sporadic conditioner, because it really does the job.
And this product, which is available for many different hair types and is drugstore inexpensive, brings to mind the pricey stuff belonging to a certain perky star with a very clean shower.
MariaV saysApril 16, 2009 at 7:42 am
I’ve been petting the Pro-V Restoratives in store. I’ll give it a try next go around.
I’m currently hooked on Herbal Essences Hydralicious. Inexpensive salon level treatment.
I have to wash my hair every day because of night sweats.
The Cube Monkey saysApril 16, 2009 at 8:21 am
I will try anything at this point.
Since hitting middle age, the frizzies are horrible!
Debby saysApril 16, 2009 at 9:09 am
Thank you becuase that orange tub stuff was DAMN expensive!
Little Miss Sunshine State saysApril 16, 2009 at 11:01 am
I just took pictures yesterday for my upcoming post about hair products.
My hairdresser finally convinced me that if you have curly hair you MUST use good products.