Posted in Acne, ME, Products, Random, Reviews

The leopardess who changed her spots

This leopardess we are talking about is every girl who has been plagued with the problem of acne and it’s after effects – blemishes!

For every girl a breakout results in different experiences:

  1. Either wanting to be noticed only neck down
  2. to not wanting to leave the house until her face clears up
  3. a self-confidence killer resulting in total loss of interest in even wanting to look good until the acne lasts.

Before you begin reading this : this is not a blog post for girls suffering with acne to get relief from. This is a shout-out to everyone who tries to give obvious advice to girls who are victims of acne! You must stop torturing us! It’s bad enough already!

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Product Review: TRESemmé Shampoo & Conditioner #TRESemméRampReady

TRESemmé’s promises Ramp Ready hair for us all with the new range of hair styling products. I was lucky to receive my sample of their product thanks to the contest that IndiBlogger has come up with. TRESemmé Shampoo + Conditioner

I loved how this was such a beautifully thought through campaign by IndiBlogger & indeed one of their best campaigns up until now, in my opinion. When I saw the link to the contest, what interested me almost immediately was that it was for TRESemmé & who would not want to try out their products for free? The bigger bonus was blogging about it and winning the prize. I was obliged to blog for them 😉

I was lead to the contest main page, that asked me to apply for a sample & then pick a hairstyle from the awesome Youtube page for TRESemmé that was introduced to me by Diana Penty who even gave me a customized pass (with my picture on it) to virtually enter backstage and figure how the models had their hair TRESemmé Ramp Ready.

The variant I chose was the TRESemmé Salon Silk Moisture Shampoo & Conditioner. Continue reading “Product Review: TRESemmé Shampoo & Conditioner #TRESemméRampReady”