Let's swim with the fishies!

Friday, August 26, 2011

So as I wait for my friend to fly in Toronto I had decided I wanted to do another avant garde make-up look. For some reason I was thinking about the pisces zodiac sign and koi fishes so I kind of went there. I'm still not perfect at photography make-up as the colour was more vibrant in person but whatever. I still like it.

I've been using this new condition by Tashodi, anyone out there heard of it? I picked it up at a local Winners and liked all that it had to offer.

  • made in canada
     Tashodi products are made in Canada, but we also source local ingredients & packaging as much as we can.
  • fair trade
     We buy fair trade certified ingredients as much as possible. Fair trade ensures farmers get paid a fair price for their crops, and that there is no exploitation.
  • naturally therapeutic
     We select ingredients carefully to ensure quality & therapeutic effectiveness.
  • free of sulphates
     Sodium laureth sulphate is a common foaming agent that is both a pollutant and skin irritant. Tashodi products are made with natural foaming agents.
  • free of parabens
    &nsbp;Parabens are common synthetic preservatives that have been connected to a number of health problems. This is why Tashodi products are naturally preserved.
  • naturally fragrant
     We use plant-based fragrance in the form of essential oils. Not only do these oils smell magnificent, but they contain healthy phyto-nutrients.
  • green power
     Our manufacturing plant & office is Bullfrog-powered, which means products are made using wind, solar & hydro power, and business practices remain green.

    I don't tend to focus too much on things like this but I really liked that it was made in Canada so I bought it. I was really surprised at how well it moisturized my hair! I rarely use heating tools on my hair nor do I put in product often so you'd think my hair would be super slick and amazing, but no. My hair is crap. I've bleached and dyed my hair countless times but I've stopped around 3ish? years ago and let my natural colour grow in (which is what you see in the photos). I should do a hair timeline with all the colours I've had. haha ANYWAY, my first time use I gave my usual Joico to my mother and started using this. I love it! My hair still needs more but this is exactly what it needs.
    I bought it for 9.99$ (STEAL, originally 30!!!), THANK YOU WINNERS!
    Sophie will be back soon and I'm going to force her to post about her trip and show us all the goodies she bought (she already sent me a preview pic and I'm JELLY!).

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