Secrets of Red Carpet Beauty: Belegenza Hair Products Feature the Most Unique Ingredients!
One of the most innovative hair products that I have ever seen — partcularly at a celebrity suite– is the Belegenza Hair Line.
Organic and natural products aren’t always the same and what you think is an organic product often has other non-organic even synthetic ingredients that aren’t so great for the hair or skin.
Noted Houston hair stylist, Alan Eschenburg was determined to create a hair care line that is really different. He wanted to eliminate all of the harsh or unnecessary chemicals, the synthetic ingredients that actually don’t do anything to help promote beautiful, healthy hair.
Belegenza: Extraordinary Hair at Emmy Beauty Villa
A video interview with Alan Eschenburg.
It means no phthalates, parabens, formaldehyde, silicones,Paba, mineral oils or petroleum related ingredients– and why? They aren’t adding to your hair or your body. What Alan has created is a quality group of hair products using food grade quality ingredients (not that you want to eat them but you could) that are all good for your hair and your skin.
Why is this important? You want to have great hair and if you do anything like color or use any kind of tools, you do damage to your hair and make it more vulnerable. Even if you don’t do anything to your hair, the sun and weather take its toll on your hair as well. How to remedy that? Try Belegenza products. I did and I was surprised– beyond surprised — to find that this line lives up to everything they claim and more.
My hair (which takes a beating) has looked and performed better than it did in the videos shot during the Emmy events (talk about bad hair days– that was it!) . The products are really effective and you use less product to achieve more. This is truly a case of less is more and it saves your money as well as your hair.
Where to find it? Lots of upscale salons across the country are carrying this line but you can also find it at www.belegenza.com
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