Naturally, as soon as I decided to start this, I got sick. Over a week later and I'm starting to feel like myself again, but it really put a damper on getting this done. Still, while I was sick, I had a lot of time to sit around and do nothing - and so more movie reviews will be coming your way. In the meantime - shampoo!
I do a lot of subscription boxes - generally keeping it to under two per month. Before staving away from the beauty boxes, I ended up with a backlog of shampoo. The Dessange Paris Purifying Clay Balancing Shampoo came in one of the Target beauty boxes. Sometimes I get one, sometimes I get two, sometimes I get none. This happened to come in a box that I got two of - and boy am I glad I did! The Target beauty box is typically under $7, though in recent months they've started getting greedier with their pricing and have expanded to the provision of other boxes. This shampoo, however - it's amazing! I have never been impressed before when it comes to shampoo, but this time I was wonderfully surprised. Each box came with a full sized bottle of shampoo - 8.5 ounces. The shampoo is pricey - if you're going to buy it on its own, you're looking at $9.99 for a bottle this size. As someone who has never spent more than $3.50 on a bottle of shampoo - this is a bit much for me, but considering how well it works, and the fact that one bottle lasts me a month, it may be worth it for me to get this normally. My hair is very oily - ridiculously oily. With normal shampoo - Suave, VO5, and even Herbal Essences, if I don't wash my hair every single day, it looks like someone dumped a bottle of canola oil over my head (I can say this with certainty as this has actually happened in the past - don't do this, it's a terrible idea. Don't let your friends talk you into this either). This shampoo, with its clay base, allows me to go two days between using shampoo - I don't as a general rule, but sometimes life happens. Kiddos happen. My hair has never been more manageable than it is when I use this shampoo. It's amazing.
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