I try to avoid silicones in my hair products since it weights down my long, wavy hair like nobody’s biz. I typically rely on Lush Shampoos and Conditioners since they lack silicones but sometimes, well, my hair kinda digs ‘em and off to silicone-land I go!
You’re probably using a ton of products that weight your hair down daily and make it heavy, greasy, oily, or just lackluster. It happens.
Here are some of my favorite products to detox and clarify hair to give it a nice, light, fluffy feel.
Carol’s Daughter long known for their fresh from “mum’s kitchen” skincare has some mighty fine picks for soothing dry elbows and knees, soothing and conditioning hair, and of course just all around good for you products to take care of your entire body.
Just not your face.
Carol’s Daughter Acai Skincare Collection is the brand’s first venture into the facial skincare world and has launched with some interesting offerings. Now we can officially say that Carol’s Daughter will literally take care of your skin and hair from head to toes.
Take a peek!
The Muse has some wild hair. Wavy, curly, long…tis wicked untamed and crazy. To tame it I use a bit of gel, slick it back, slap it in a bun, and place a headband on. It keeps my hair under wraps and under control when I’m working because I can’t stand to have it in my face when I’m at work.
My hair is typically dry and craves a rich conditioner however I also like to keep it free from silicones so I stick to using Lush hair care to keep everything under control. Per my norm routine I clarify my hair once a week with Lush Big as this gets my hair super squeaky clean.
Although I wash my hair every day its still has a fair bit of build up such as oil, product build up (the gel I use), etc…it gets heavy, lackluster, and just difficult to deal with. Lush Big deals with all these problems and gets my hair back under control again however it’s seriously drying, like scary hay hair!
Recently, I got a chance to test out the new Carol’s Daughter Rosemary Mint Purifying Shampoo and Conditioner. I honestly didn’t expect much but I came out of it thinking I had to tell you all how much you need it!
in Bath and Body Works
, C.O. Bigelow
, Carol's Daughter
, Dianne Brill
, Estee Lauder
, Fab Favs
, Harajuku Lovers
, Jo Malone
, Soap and Glory
, Victoria's Secret
, Yves Saint Laurent
As we head towards the closing of this month I’m catching up on all my favorites this year. Some are oldies but goodies and some were released in 2009. Whatever the case may be they ended up on my year end review list because they stood out and were a favorite for me throughout the year, an item I reached for daily.
Join me today as I give you the run down of some of very favorite scents this year.
Jump ahead for it!
The Muse is still very much a kid at heart which is why the new Carol’s Daughter Princess Tiana Beauty Collection is calling out to me. Last year Disney approached Carol’s Daughter to launch a hair and a bath line for their new movie, “The Princess and the Frog”. Today that dreams comes to life with The Princess Tiana Beauty Collection line.
The collection includes Beauty Within Shampoo ($10), Inner Shine Conditioner ($10), Dream big Hair Detangler ($10) and Sharing Means Caring Bubble Bath ($8).
The line is quite affordable and sweet for little ones in your life or in the Muse’s case she’s all about hauling it for herself.
I like cute stuff, sue me.
Visit www.carolsdaughter.com for complete collection details.
Carol’s Daughter has been known to capture my heart a time or two with their incredibly unique fragrances. So the case may be with the brand new fragrance introduced from Carol’s Daughter.
Carol’s Daughter Pearls is one of the best scents to date I’ve tried from the collection. According to Lisa Price she loves creating fragrances that are unique and unforgettable and truly that’s something she does well. Pearls is a soft blend of lemon verbena with a beautiful finish of apricot and peach. The blend has a complex way of morphing from a fruity scent to a warm sugary blend to a soft floral with hints of jasmine, rose, and violet and plenty of warm vanilla and caramel too! It quite reminds me of Fresh Lemon Sugar but far more complex with it’s various notes. The scent is very warm, sweet yet nothing too crazy, and very feminine and flirty. I love the scent of lemons in my perfume and this is a heavy note of lemon with a nice underlay of warm vanilla, sugar, and hints of caramel which slowly morphs into a fine floral. It’s quite interesting, very unique, and truly a special fragrance. Even though the fragrance is an EDT it still manages to have great throw and lingers quite strongly as most Carol’s Daughter fragrances do.
I’m reviewing Carol’s Daughter Pearls today since Mother’s Day is right around the corner and there is a very special limited edition collection available that’s a steal, a deal, and something that will make your mum (or you…hey we all need spoiling!) very happy.
Available for a very limited time is the Carol’s Daughter Limited Edition Pearls Gift Set for $49.50 which includes a Carol’s Daughter Pearls Eau de Toilette 2.5 oz and a Carol’s Daughter Pearls Body Creme 1oz. The two items come housed in a gorgeous little keepsake jewelry box with a dome lid and a little gold clasp. I still have the creme and perfume stowed away in it but you can remove them and use the box to stash away your jewelry or small treasures as it’s really a nice, sturdy keepsake box.
Carol’s Daughter Pearls Fragrance is actually $45 USD so you can spend a few dollars more and get the gift set with the body lotion for a better deal. It also ships free when purchased from Carol’s Daughter directly. Sephora also has it in store and in stock.
Carol’s Daughter Pearls is very Muse Approved for purchase. Do head to your local Sephora to check out, I’m positive you’ll fall in love with it as much as I did. It’s simply a gorgeous scent. It makes a rather great gift for Mother’s Day but the Muse can understand if you want to keep it all to yourself!
Discover more about the Pearls collection by visiting http://www.carolsdaughter.com