Needless to say I’m beyond flattered and extremely thankful for this opportunity, but I’m also SUPER excited to try all of dpHUE’s goodies from the generous gift basket they sent me!
MY FAVORITE dpHUE HAIR PRODUCTS:
What most of you don’t know however is that I have been purchasing and using dpHUE root touch up on my own for months now, and I love how I can keep my hair looking great and free of grays between appointments. After all, who has 2+ hours every 3 weeks to get roots done?! Not to mention the cost of salon visits. “dpHUE Touch-Up is finally a real solution for that pesky regrowth! Extend time between full hair colors. Salon-quality, permanent hair color that doesn’t wash out or fade. 100% gray coverage. Kit includes everything needed for 2 root and hairline touch-ups.” Retails for $30 and offers two applications in one box. Note: Since I have loads of hair I found it I need to use the whole kit for one application. Still a great bargain compared to salon prices.
A little history for ya: Back in 2011 Donna Pohlad, a mother of three was frustrated with having no time in her jam-packed schedule for long hair salon appointments to do root touch ups, and didn’t want to compromise quality of hair dye. Donna saw an opportunity to create a salon quality product that would help the busy ladies like her keep their hair gorgeous, healthy and looking great between salon visits. Donna teamed up with Justin Anderson combining her business savvy with Justin’s expertise and years of experience, and dpHUE was born.
The dpHUE product I was most excited and curious to try is the ACV (Apple Cider Vinegar) Hair Rinse – and I’m officially a HUGE fan! I already use apple cider vinegar on our salads for years because of all of its health benefits – Read 13 benefits of apple cider vinegar. And curiously I recently found out that ACV is also a great natural option to treat/wash your scalp.
After rinsing I applied a little bit of the dpHUE’s RENEW hair mask therapy to the ends of my hair only. If your hair is straight or you don’t have lots of hair, you can definitely use the AVC rinse alone. My hair is super thick, full and it’s pretty damaged so I always like to use a mask. The Renew mask is thin so it won’t weight your hair down. I sprayed ACV leave-in hair therapy before my blow out to protect it from the heat and finished styling it with dpHUE’s Oil Therapy – a combination of Argan Oil, Shea Butter and vitamins A & E (which stimulates hair regrowth while keeping it healthy!). My hair was super shiny and glossy with lots of movement after I washed. I had a photoshoot for Anthropology Indianapolis the next day and got extra compliments on my hair from all the girls!! So happy 🙂
My root touch up color is dpHUE’s 7.01 Cool Dark Blonde as you can see it blends pretty nicely and lightens my hair just a smidge, enough to give plenty of depth while covering all my stubborn grays!! ????
Another product I’m excited to try is dpHUE Color Boosting GLOSS+ Deep Conditioning Treatment which “enhances and illuminates color treated or natural hair with semi-permanent hair color, providing a freshly colored result in as little as 3 minutes. Leaves hair soft and shiny with no peroxide, no ammonia and no mixing. For more intense results: leave on hair longer (20 mins.), or apply to dry hair. For less intense results: apply to damp hair, dilute GLOSS+ with dpHUE conditioner.” I’m planning on trying the brown when winter hits town!!
To keep my hair a nice cool blonde brass free I’m using the Cool Blonde Shampoo, dpHUE offers a conditioner too but I always opt for a treatment mask. Mainly because I don’t wash my hair super often so when I do (once or twice a week) I want to give it a great boost of strenght and shine!
Finally, I’d love to invite you to come and hang out with both Justin and I at Ulta at Hardegan Street on October 11 from 5-7pm.
I would LOVE to see you all there, let’s make it a night ladies!!! Cheers 🙂
Also, stay tuned for more reviews as I work my way on trying every single dpHUE product. Feel free to ask any questions you might have on the comments below and you can RSVP to myself as well and I’ll forward to Kirsten if it’s easier.