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Physique's The Real Deal for Curls Review

Physique's The Real Deal for Curls Review - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Dec 27, 2006
( Rating: 5 Star Rating)

You know those ads for gel or mousse or shampoo that say they can tame your curls? Well, so far they've all been a bitter disappointment. Then along came Physique's curl defining series...

Okay, I have heard it all before too. You know those ads for gel or mousse or shampoo that say they can tame your curls. Well, so far they've all been a bitter disappointment. So when Physique, created by Procter & Gamble, claimed it could "enhance curl definition in naturally wavy hair to create the styles you want." I was like... whatever! And it's not exactly cheap - about $7 or $8 US for a bottle of shampoo. Well, then I got this sample in the mail...

You simply can not ignore a free sample, so I gave it a try. Guess what? It worked! Physique sent me the Curl Defining Series Shampoo and Conditioner and it really did define my curls. Recently my hairdresser had an accident with the scissors and chopped my hair way too short. For me, the shorter my hair is the crazier and curlier it gets. Well, this stuff really got rid of the fuzzies that have been plaguing me and I am actually starting to enjoy the shorter 'do.

The whole theme of Physique products is that they combine science and hair care. They have a fabulous Web site that gives you the lowdown on all the products and even has tips on how to use 'em. Be sure to check out the 20 hour challenge.


Have your tried one of the Physique products? about it.

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