Carrot-Tin – Paul Mitchell’s Keratin Cream Rinse

You know when you’re reclined into the wash basin when you get your hair washed at the stylist –  and you never see what product they are using?

Over the years, I’ve been enticed by the wonderful scents – I’ve used S-Factor, Goldweil and Bedhead products only because they smelled so good!

The older I get the more I reminisce.

Back in the day when my hair was long and down to my jean’s pockets, I would swish around my hair just to smell the after affects of my shampoo.

Some people will remember that -when Clairol’s Herbal Essence first came out, the tv commercials featured a model swinging her head around in love with smelling her own hair.

Or, I used to really love to use Faberge Organic’s Honey Wheat Germ – still a fresh smell but not so spicy. I think their slogan was…if you tell two friends, and they tell two friends…and had a multiplier photo montage onscreen.

Or products like “Gee, Your Hair Smells Terrific” or Wella Balsam – I could go on.

But I won’t.

For holiday, my stylist Hillary J of Winan Studio gave me Paul Mitchell’s Keratin Cream Rinse.  I was having one of those days that I had to blast out of my ballet class, shower quickly and get on the road so I had washed my hair really good and put in the Keratin Cream Rinse in to rinse out later in the shower.

Well-my hair was so soft!  Hillary J had used the product on me before, but me in the chair I never knew what it was-but I recognized the scent.

I like to use conditioners as leave-on treatments on some days – or days I’ve been out in the sun-though rare -it helps to have a little help in the hair department.

k

PS

Winam Studio has moved to Kaimuki on Kokohead if you haven’t heard–