Just a couple of days ago I received this beautiful package...
The box itself will heighten anyone's curiosity with its elegant look and the text "Discover the Change." Even my mom wanted to know as to what the box's content was when she saw it, but opted to wait for me to open it.
When I opened it, I saw this...
I saw three cream conditioners from Palmolive Naturals and of course, their beautiful ambassador, Ms. Megan Young!
If you look close at the variants, you'll see that all three conditioners aim to improve the state of straight hair, which is awesome because my hair is currently straight and long... well, my hair tends to have big waves but it's mostly straight. :P
The package includes a press release regarding the products, and the packaging's new look:
Achieve Hagod-Worthy Hair
With Palmolive Naturals Cream Conditioner
For some, it may seem like a mere habit. But for most women, hagod is a sign of confidence—a gesture that implies she is in control and ready to take on whatever is in front of her. It shows that she is comfortable with herself and how she looks. The hagod is an expression of a great hair day.
With hair that’s silky straight, doing the hagod becomes a natural, unconscious tendency for women. Stroking it from root to tip becomes a pleasurable and irresistible experience that is satisfying to do over and over.
As Palmolive Girl Megan Young puts it, “My hair is silky straight, I can’t stop doing the hagod!”
Now with its fresh new look, Palmolive Naturals Silky Straight Cream Conditioner makes it possible to have silky straight hair that’s hagod-ready throughout the day*. Its formula, infused with micro-moisturizers, penetrates deep into hair making it 8x straighter**.
It’s time to make the switch to Palmolive Naturals Silky Straight Cream Conditioner. For silky straight hair, choose the right conditioner and do the hagod!
Share your Palmolive Hagod on www.facebook.com/PalmoliveNaturals and use the hashtags #PalmoliveCreamConditioner
Have a great hair day!
* when used with Palmolive Naturals Shampoo & Conditioner vs. non-conditioning shampoo
** when used with Palmolive Naturals Shampoo & Conditioner vs. non-conditioning shampoo; when blow-dried
I usually have my hair around shoulder length to maybe 4 inches long from my shoulder. Now my hair is longer, almost mid way from shoulders to spine. My hair stylist said that I look good with long hair so I try to maintain it for as long as I can. Unfortunately, having long hair can be a challenge to maintain. My hair gets weaker and I also get frizz. I try to apply hot oil weekly to make it smoother and healthier but I also need daily conditioning.
Good thing this package was sent to me so I can try products that is hiyang to my hair. I saw the purple variant that's for Frizzy/Wavy hair and I just thought that it's PERFECT for me. It aims to make hair silky and straight.
I've used it for the past two days and this is what my hair looks like.
Frizziness lessened! (I'm at the office there and yes, we do have some stuffed toys lying around LOL)
I think I'll use this one next, which is for Normal Hair, for maintenance because it focuses on making the hair healthy and smooth.
Ugh! I also think this one will be good for my hair since it's for dry/coarse hair. My hair isn't like that, but my hair did get damaged when I had it colored. It's intensive moisturizing qualities will help with that.
Palmolive Naturals actually has other variants so do check them out. If you have the same hair concerns as me, then the three products mentioned in this article might be the ones you should consider trying out. I'll update the post when I've tried all three conditioners! :)