Pureology’s Perfect 4 Platinum Brilliant Shine Kit
I’ve always envied the vibrant, silky smooth hair of models seen in advertisements. No matter what I do, my hair always seems to look dull, with no volume and lots of frizz. I recently gave Pureology’s Perfect 4 Platinum Brilliant Shine Kit a try. The system is infused with protein-rich Keravis and plant extracts, and was created to help repair damage, while strengthening and softening hair. With the arrival of summer, the harsh rays of the sun are bound to wreak havoc on hair, so finding a great product to combat my frayed tresses is high on my beauty priority list.
What the kit includes:
o Perfect4Platinum Shampoo (8.5 oz) and Condition (8.5 oz) featuring Zero Waste Packaging
o Highly concentrated ZeroSulfate® 250mL shampoos offer 70+ shampoos per bottle
o100% recyclable bottles feature the latest FDA-approved, 50% post-consumer recycled High-density polyethylene (HDPE) materials for unparalleled safety and environmental sustainability.
o Perfect4Platinum Shampoo (1.7 oz), Condition (1.7 oz) and MiracleFiller (0.5 oz) and ReconstructRepair (6 packets)
Why I like it:
- The shampoo is a super chic shade of chrome blue and has a sweet citrus floral scent. It lathers really well and rises off easily.
- After rising out the conditioner my hair was noticeably softer, so I didn’t even think it was necessary to use the ReconstructRepair hair mask the kit comes with; but, I did and it’s a great product. I like that I only had to leave it in for 5 minutes and rinse. The current hair mask I use requires me to leave it on from 15-30 minutes.
- Even though the product is targeted towards blondes (especially those with highlighted hair), its nourishing power did wonders on my brunet locks, revealing silky-smooth, shiny hair.
The Pureology Perfect 4 Platinum Brilliant Shine Kit will be available in salons nationwide for $61 in June, and in conjunction with the product’s launch, Pureology will be donating $20,000 to support Global Green USA with its mission of fostering a global shift towards a sustainable and secure world. In addition to donating to Global Green USA, the brand continues to implement green initiatives by using 100% recyclable bottles; using Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) certified cardboard boxes made from 100% recycled fibers; and, by adding educational messages on all the boxes. Learn more here»
This entry was posted on May 29, 2012 by delialicious. It was filed under Beauty, Hair, Social Awareness and was tagged with Forest Stewardship Council, Global Green USA, Hair, Pureology, Recycling, Shampoo, Sustainability, ZeroSulfate.