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Sexy Hair Wishes Come True With Hair Products From Folica

This post is sponsored by Folica.com. All opinions and hair woes are my own. 

I tend to feel my sexiest when I know my hair looks it’s best. One of my intentions for 2013 is to step up my hair care game and give my hair the pampering it deserves. I’ve recently invested in a couple of new products and discovered how much easier it is to get healthy, manageable hair when you have the right hair styling products at your disposal.

(FYI. A few weeks ago I bought a hair dryer. My first real hairdryer. At 32.)

I was excited when I stumbled across Folica.com. With over 60,000 great hair products, more than 300 beloved brands and over 70,000 customer ratings and reviews, Folica.com is basically a one-stop shop for all your hair needs.

With the holidays coming up, Folica knows your hair is your most important accessory. That’s why in November and December they’re offering a special promotion where everyone wins up to $50 to spend on hair styling products at Folica.com. From November 23rd to January 1st, everyone can cross great hair off their wish lists when they enter to win a credit for hair products at Folica. 1 in every 100 wins a $50 credit to spend instantly on hair care. If you’re more of a visual person, here’s a 20 second video that explains it all:

 If you need to stock up on your favourite products or maybe (like me) need to upgrade your styling tools i.e. purchase a hairdryer that doesn’t make a weird sound like it’s going to catch on fire every time you use it, this is a good opportunity to save a bit of cash off of your purchase. Cash that can then be spent on other things like Christmas presents, vodka, or Xanax – whatever you need to get you through the holidays.

The people at Folica asked me to share a few items that are on my ” Holiday Hair Wishlist.” So, here we go:

1. Macadamia Natural Oil Luxe Travel Bag: 

I’m hoping to do lots of traveling in 2013, so a luxe travel kit full of high quality hair products would definitely be something I’d put to good use. I’ve used the Macadamia Oil shampoo before and it totally rocks – especially on curly, wavy hair like mine. I’m curious to see what their other products are like. Plus the bottles are super pretty and look like art sitting in your bathroom (so much so that you might have a hard time throwing them out once they are finished. True story.)

2. Sedu Revolution Clipless Curling Iron. 

I already have two ceramic curling irons – one with a clip and one without, however when I tried my friend’s Sedu curling iron I fell in love. It heats up super fast and gets hot, hot, hot which means soft, silky curls and less time spent in front of the mirror.

3.  Remington i_Light Pro Intense Pulsed Light Hair Removal System: 

I was totally serious when I said I wanted Santa to bring me a at home laser hair removal device. As someone who has already spent way too much money on pricy laser treatments and waxing, it would be nice to have a convenient and cost-effective alternative that I could use in the comfort of my own home.

4. Sedu Revolution Pro Tourmaline 4000i Hair Dryer. 

Until a month ago I was under the impression that all hair dryers were created equal. I have a small, travel sized Braun hair dryer that is seriously from 1988 which I never use because it just turns my hair into a giant frizzy puffball. Flash-forward to a month ago when I tried Ange-Line‘s super fancy Ionic hairdryer and fell in love with how soft and silky it made my hair (I seem to be falling in love with a lot of hair products lately!) I ended up purchasing my own Ionic hairdryer a few weekends later. However, if I hadn’t purchased one I totally would have grabbed this Sedu dryer because it’s very similar and looks super awesome.

5. Profiles by Belson 14-Roller Ceramic Hairsetter:

Folica let me pick out one of their products to try for free so I chose this 14 piece ceramic hairsetter by Profiles Spa. When I want to straighten or smooth out my hair, a flat iron gives too harsh a look. My fabulous hair stylist in Toronto suggested that I try hot rollers instead. When I lived with Lindsay I often saw her using hot rollers while she watched Netflix – we joked that she was wearing her “hot hair hat” Her hair always looked fabulous after. Now I have my very own “hot hair hat” and I can’t wait to try it out! (Review coming soon!)

Which hair products are on your sexy hair wish list this season?


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