Pump up the volume this fall with VOLAIRE.
I received these products in exchange for my review. As always, all opinions are my own.
Not being a natural blonde takes it’s toll on me when the summer ends. Between bleach, the sun, and the water, my hair feels like straight straw. Woof.
So when it comes time for the weather to cool down, I switch out my shampoo and conditioner and try something new. It’s good to shock your hair so it doesn’t build up residue and resistance to the products you’re using. So this fall, I gave VOLAIRE hair care a try.
Never judge a book by it’s cover but absolutely judge products by their packaging. I think it’s important to have nice packaging and I love this entire line. They’re all the same color family and similar in shape and size. They passed the first test!
Next I was intrigued by the shampoo, because it didn’t come like any of the other shampoos I’ve ever used. It almost loos like a hairspray, right? But when I used it, it came out just like any other shampoo. Creamy and smooth! Both the shampoo and conditioner left my hair super soft and smooth, much needed after all of the damage from the summer months.
So what’s so special about VOLAIRE?
“VOLAIRE uses AIRWEIGHT TECHNOLOGY to infuse hair with tiny bubbles of positively charged microspheres filled with nutrient-rich ingredients that attach along each hair shaft to create extra space between strands – so you get truly incredible volume – without adding any weight.”
I will be honest and say I didn’t notice a super huge difference in the volume of my hair. But that may be because I already have so much volume to my hair! I really did like the products though and I would recommend you try them if you’re looking to increase volume. I think these types of things work differently on everyone since everyone’s hair is different. But overall, I was impressed with packaging, scent, texture, and how my hair looked in the end.
You can currently get this entire system for only $29! Such an amazing deal right?! Head to the website for more info!
what do you think?