Monday, February 11, 2013

2013 Grammy's hair style with Organix moroccan sea salt spray & surf paste

 Oh hello Gorgeous!
Quick-what was your favorite Grammy stage moment last night on CBS? I loved Carrie Underwood winning, again! She looked so gorgeous and she gave glory to God for her talent. Amen. I can agree to that.

Now I think Carrie Underwood could have got this beautiful beachy wave look using these products from Organix. These 2 are perfect for couples on Valentine's day for his and her looks-or  for packing to a spring break getaway! So if you aren't recreating Grammy red carpet hairstyle looks, maybe create some hair love and travel style! Remember, this brand is made in the U.S.A-so support them!

Organix Moroccan Oilstylers, you can achieve the highly sought after post-beach mane without ever stepping foot on the sand. Organix’s new sea salt infused Moroccan Sea Salt Spray and Surf Paste utilize the moisturizing effects of Moroccan argan oil and sea kelp to ensure tresses are fully hydrated from root to tip. Regardless of hair type, both products help you create a sexy and voluminous head of beach- bombshell hair year round.
Moroccan Sea Salt Spray ($7.99)
·       Weightless and texturizing leave-in mist creates perfectly undone, beach-goddess waves
·       Sea kelp moisturizes while Moroccan argan oil boosts shine
·       Texturizing sea salt adds volume and fullness to any hair type
·       Spray onto damp hair, scrunch and air dry, or mist over dry hair for extra texture and curl
Moroccan Surf Paste ($7.99)
·       Texturizing paste allows you to shape and create your own beach vibe style
·       Conditioning Moroccan argan oil and sea kelp infuse hair with moisture
·       Sea salt adds separation with a matte finish
·       Pull paste through damp or dry hair then twist and sculpt
Like all Organix® hair care products, the Moroccan Oil Stylers are gentle, sulfate-free and housed in bottles that are eco-friendly and manufactured from materials containing recycled post-consumer resin. All labels are printed using environmentally-friendly inks and compostable label film made from annually renewable resource corn, not from petrochemicals. 

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