Want to have sexy hair? Who doesn't? Sexy Hair hopes to let you do just that — in an ecologically friendly way.
Perhaps best known for its "big red can," a high-volume hair spray, the original Sexy Hair's vampy, in-your-face Pussycat Dolls-esque advertising was never my thing. But now, I'm taking another look due to the introduction of an organic line of sulfate, petrochemical, and paraben-free hair products aptly named Sexy Hair Organics. See what I thought of these new products when you
With seven new items in the lineup, I went for the shampoo, conditioner, and mousse. Fragranced with mimosa, lily, and sage, the aroma is very faint and natural, which is great if you don't like highly perfumed products. As for the results, my hair felt soft and tame with frizz-free results. My scalp, however, didn't react quite as well. I was left with an itchy feeling all day — I suspect one of the natural oils didn't do so well, as it was more of an allergic reaction than dry scalp, though.
If you're looking to give these midpriced products a whirl, stop in at one of the following locations: Regis, Ulta, JCPenney, Fantastic Sams, or Trade Secrets.