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A glowing review for Cure.Ology Colores shampoo and conditioner

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Cure.Ology Colores shampoo and conditioner for treated hair


In a previous piece I told you how I discovered Cureology Beauty Premium Hair Care Products while le browsing and filling my swag bag at an Oscar gifting party Secret Room event the Montage Beverly Hills. By the time I hit Cure.Ology’s table all the samples were gone. But alas, company rep Kayla Crawford kept her word and sent me some travel sized shampoo and conditioners that I sampled yesterday.

One of the elements that attracted me to the product is that they are sulfate-free and since I get regular Keratin and Brazilian Blowout treatments and color my hair this is important selling point (you shouldn't use products that contain the additive after those treatments).

Okay so yesterday after my workout at Crunch in WeHo, I did my normal shower and steam, but this time I washed my hair with the Cure.Ology Colores shampoo and loved how silky the solution made my hair feel as I worked up a good lather. Next I applied the Colores Conditioner and sat in the steam bath for about 15-minutes allowing it to absorb.

The results were amazing. My hair felt silky and had just the perfect glow. I’m sold on the product and now have to get the larger size and try some of their other products which are all made from purified water, natural botanicals, and organic extracts.

According to Kayla Cure.Ology’s benefits are:

• Added volume, thickness, and body to hair
• Maintaining color
• Preventing photo-aging of hair fibers
• Moisturizing dry hair
• Adding shine
• Repairing brittle hair and split ends
• Preventing premature hair loss
• Protecting against sun damage



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