Hey, Lynn here, stylist at Picasso Salon & Spa with this month’s Picasso’s Pick. I’ve been a stylist for over 30 years now and working with clients at Picasso Salon & Spa for over 5 years. This month I thought I would pick a product that I love and use myself. With that in mind, this month’s Picasso’s Pick is Colorproof Thickening Blowdry Spray.
Colorproof Thickening Blowdry Spray is great for giving a boost to your blow drying without weighing your hair down. Fine hair is vamped up with this heat-activated, miracle body builder that weightlessly plumps each strand. The volume and density of your hair will expand while it smoothes for touchably soft, noticeably thicker hair. Colorproof Thickening Blowdry Spray has maximum color protection and heat protection up to 450 degrees without dulling the hair. Your hair will feel thicker, fuller and stronger.
Not only do we love the product, we love the company. They use a unique product development process that allows them to deliver best in class products with the highest quality and newest ingredient technology. All ColorProof products are formulated to deliver all the good benefits, and none of the bad. They are cruelty free, sulfate-free, salt-free, gluten-free, paraben-free, phthalate-free, PABA-free, carcinogen-free, MEA & DEA-free and Keratin-free. ColorProof uses recycled packaging wherever possible and products are 100% vegan.
Colorproof Thickening Blowdry Spray has jojoba and pea proteins to strengthen and heal from within while smoothing and protecting against breakage. Hydrolyzed corn starch grips to hair fibers to plump each strand while expanding volume and density. For these and all the good benefits of Colorproof Thickening Blowdry Spray, spray it on clean damp hair from roots to ends. Then, blow dry with your favorite round brush.
So next time you are here at Picasso Salon & Spa looking to leave with hair that’s shiny, beautiful, vibrant, healthy and youthful-looking, ask your stylist about Colorproof Thickening Blowdry Spray. Then, make sure you mention that you read about it in Picasso’s Picks.