Tuesday, December 23, 2008

lucky number 7

A few months ago, I read an Allure magazine article about a new hair product called No Frizz by LivingProof. In my quest for frizz free hair, I'm always willing to try new products.

No Frizz actually had something new to add to the plethora of hair product out there - instead of using the same old frizz technology, they came up with some sort of new smart person thing, PolyfluoroEster.

If you're interested, you can read all about how it works on their site.

Anyway, I decided to order one to try. After I placed my ordered though, I received an email from them saying that they were going to be on QVC that weekend. Of course I totally had to watch! It was pretty interesting but I was mainly interested (and annoyed) with the fact that they were offering TWO tubes for a lower price. I was starting to feel ripped off for buying it so hastily on their website. But to my surprise, when I received my package a few days later, they sent me two (one for wavy styles and one for straight styles) as a thank you for being a charter client!

It doesn't end there.

About a month ago, I received another email from LivingProof calling for volunteers to test out their shampoo/conditioner line. Of course I volunteered. Unfortunately they had a huge response and I wasn't chosen. But then as a thank you, they sent me another tube of the stuff!

It still doesn't end.

Last week, I received a random package. At first I thought it might be a Christmas gift from someone so I looked at the return label and realized it was from LivingProof again. I opened the package to find that they sent me four tubes of the product. Two for me and two for me to share with friends!

Isn't that crazy? I got seven tubes for the price of one!

Dang it. I have no excuse for bad hair days now.

As for a review of the product, I really like it. It has a really light, bright scent and it actually works! It doesn't leave my hair greasy or weighed down. The one drawback is that you have to use quite a bit in order to saturate your hair, but I don't have to worry about that because I have a ton of back up now!

3 comments:

Brooke said...

'Tis the season of giving and now sharing.

Hand over the loot sister.

Savvy Mode SG said...

wow cool.

e said...

I wonder if I was a charter customer for Kinoki foot pads, if they would have sent me a butt load of them? I'd have the most toxic free feet!