Dessange Paris Review

I was sent products from Influenster to test out. The products were from the brand Dessange Paris for blonde hair. I’m not a true blonde but was curious about using the product on my dyed blonde hair. The product smells amazing and didn’t leave my hair feeling dry. 

I tested out the shampoo, conditioner, and their brass color correcting creme. The color correcting creme is quite effective. I was impressed at how my hair looked a little more platinum. I don’t think the picture fully gives it justice but just an idea.

   

 

I also discovered that they have a salon in Chevy Chase, MD. The salon looks awesome.

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The Short Haircut Wave

I been on.  I think that this wave is amazing. It is time to let your real hair shine is what I think is happening. We are giving guys and even women a false look into how we actually look or should actually look.

If you can rock a short haircut, it’s no stopping you. A lot of celebrities have taken the leap. Some of these celebrities are Beyonce of recently, Rihanna of recently, and Miley’s hair has just been to die for. I just did a random tweet yesterday about hair and teeth which was totally inappropriate but was called for. I hear the price of weave and it makes me cringe sometimes. Why add and not just make what you have look fabulous.

Take a look at Beyonce’s new leap! I think it looks great and no I’m not a Beyonce stan but I call out what I like.

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GOOD HAIR


Ok so I went to see this movie and I saw a lot of interesting as well as controversial things.

One of the controversial things being that curly hair is not pretty to some and that hair needs to be relaxed or straightened to be beautiful.

Second interesting thing in the documentary, every young celebrity they interviewed for the movie had WEAVE in their hair, I was shocked at some because I thought some of it was theres…..so all these ladies out here complaining…embrace what you have and make it your own.

Lastly I had a convo with one of my coworkers which is of the caucasian race, an older lady who actually first told me about Good Hair. I was telling her how the movie tries to portray that all black woman want straight hair or want to wear weave and that now we will always be asked if our hair is real or not from a white woman. She told me that within the caucasion race they have other things to worry about like weight. I found that to be very interesting because in the African-American world, weight is looked down upon if you are skinny. I can definitely attest to this because growing up I was EXTREMELY skinny and was teased A LOT…but you know what I can now still shop kids sections while everyone else is spending $50 on bras so I am loving my slimness. Ok off topic, but my point is that all races have their things that they worry about, so don’t think that the movie Good Hair is going to have other races thinking that all African- Americans wear weave beacuse there are caucasian women that wear weave as well, for example Paris Hilton.

I just want you guys and girls to go see Good Hair and to know where the weave is actually coming from, I found that to be the MOST interesting thing about the movie. Some people do not know where human hair comes from…..I’ll leave that to the movie to explain. =)