Review: Hair Rituel by Sisley Revitalizing Smoothing Shampoo

Generally I do not purchase Sisley products. The reason is simple, its the price range. That being said every sample I’ve tried from them has been excellent. I’ve tried their cream in that pump can’t remember the name its been a while, the eye makeup remover(which was very gentle and lovely)the black rose mask(which I eventually bought)and ofcourse the exfoliating thing(also cant remember name but it was great)One thing’s for sure everything they put out there is of great quality as far as I know-and tried I haven’t tried their makeup line but it looks quite lovely too. This review is pretty much a brand spotlight meets review! I did not really like their black rose cream–it just didn’t work for me but hey you can’t always win-

I’ve been seeing the hair rituel products being brought up not only by beauty editors but by others and I really liked what I read and got my hands on the sample–or samples of it. I have not tried the conditioner but heres what I thought of the shampoo:

– the texture of the shampoo is very creamy easy to lather

-smells light and fresh

-rinses out nice

-has macadamia oil in it which I think is great

-rinses out nice

-price could be cheaper

I rate this one a 8/10 its very gentle and if you have the funds to afford it I say give it a try its nice.

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Great Colors, Great Quality: Jin Soon.

I love nail polish. I love nail polish so much that I would hoard them. I’d generally purchase the YSL ones or the Chanel ones up until late 2012 or so that’s when I started trying the drugstore ones and other brands. Chanel, YSL and Tom Ford polishes got way too out of reach pricewise but I’m willing to pay under 25 for a bottle…but that’s only if its great polish. That’s where Jin Soon comes in. The first shade I ever owned from the brand was a gold top coat like polish called Gala if I’m not wrong. Then I bought mica a crazy shimmery dark charcoal-ish color which was great for autumn but I wore both colors all year long. I loved putting Gala on top of green OPI polishes. Then I found the soubrette shade…it was love at first paint. LOL. It was so unique it was not burgundy it was pearly but dark not quite purple…just perfect. I call it my good luck polish and I wear it a lot. My current favorite that I added to my collection is cantata. The cantata polish is so elegant its perfect for day or night all year round its a pearlescent gray. I’m using this shade for my upcoming dental appointment! I always try to get my hands on epidote but its always sold out! Wishlist!

Brand Spotlight: R+co

I’m currently obsessing over just about all products out by R+co haircare. I found out about the product through the sample of the smoothing shampoo and conditioner I got years ago. I took it on vacation to sunny Hawaii and yup, that was the shampoo that kept my hair from getting crazy frizzy. I was like oh man I wished I had more on me.

Now years later, I own the oil, the pre shampoo treatment, the smoothing shampoo+conditioner, the motorcycle gel, and the styling crème I am going to try this weekend. I’m really a recent convert and I love it. they have certain theme for their scents per product too. I believe there must be 3-5 scents in total. Its very unique the package and quality is great. If I had more $$, my haircare would be mostly R+co stuff.

My favorite of all of the products so far is the smoothing set, and the preshampoo treatment(which smells like a vacation in a bottle)