Frizzy Hair Savers

Tuesday, 16 August 2005

hair products

You all know what my hair is like. Recently I've come across these two products which have helped tremendously to keep my unruly mane under control. The one in the tub called Alfaparf (I still catch myself raising an eyebrow at that name) is a hair mask for thick, dry hair which I bought for RM90 from a shop in Low Yat. Leave it in your hair for about 10 minutes after shampooing and towl-drying, then rinse off (it's a weekly treatment, depending on how damaged your hair is). The other product by Pantene is a leave-in hair moisturiser--a nice, non-crispy alternative to hair mousse or gel to keep frizz at bay, which you can buy from Guardian for just over RM7.

I'm well-pleased with the results! Would strongly recommend these to anyone who has a head of fly-away or stubbornly independent hair.


#1Gravatar imageMei says:

I took Pantene’s Leave-in Hair Moisturiser to my Vietnam trip in replacement of my regular hair-conditioner and for the next eight days, had really nice hair despite just using a shampoo and that. 🙂

#2Gravatar imageLeeAnn says:

Hi there

Glad to know that you like Pantene Leave On Moisturizer.
Will let my client know about that piece of info 🙂


#3Gravatar imagekOtAk says:

my sis says the Pantene Hair Treatment conditioner (in a jar-type container) is really good too. It goes for about RM14 me thinks 😉

*wonders what to do with my thin, dry, fly-away hair*

#4Gravatar imageeve says:

Looks like I am not the only person who has used Pantene Leave-in hair conditioner and is satisfied with it and blogged about it!

#5Gravatar imageeve says:

hiya! read your tag at my blog. it’s [here](

Pantene should consider paying us $ for this ad!!!

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