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June 23, 2013

Re-Touch and Re-sexify (Long) Hair with Vitress

Whenever I tell my friends and "hair stylist" that I am planning to cut my hair short, they would always tell me to not do it. It is as if I am planning a crime.

I have been sporting a long hair for so many years now because (1) I am always too lazy to go to salon, (2) I thought having a long hair is easier to manager because I can easily style it and (3) well, I am a bit coward to try different hair cut - so I stick with long hair. Back in College, I had a really short hair - like boy-cut short hair. I promise I wouldn't do that again.


The biggest change I did was braving the salon, and spending more than 8 hours to have digiperm. And I love it. Seems like everyone loves it.



But then again, I got bored with the usual curls. I thought of cutting my hair short, but I just cannot do it. See first paragraph.


Click Read More to read more about (long) hair problems..

I planned of learning how to do different hairstyles and braids (there are so many in Youtube.com), but I just feel that I do not have the talent. Good thing that my talented coworker loves playing with my hair (for my advantage).


But wearing different hairstyle everyday did not resolves the issue, there are so many hair problems that I had ever imagined.


  • The Heat
  • The ever changing climate
  • Hair Fall
  • Frizzy Hair
  • The smog and the smell of BBQ!!!
  • Hair damage 


I am ready to give up the hair - especially that I felt that the usual shampoo and conditioner are not enough, until Vitress sent me this -


I never realized I would ever need to use Vitress. I have seen the brand from the stores, and even saw Solenn endorsing it. Opening the package makes me realize Vitress will be the saviour -


The Vitress Hair Polish set got everything that I needed. I love its consistency which is like your normal conditioner. It can be easily applied and non-sticky. Plus they smell suuuper good!



1. Vitress Hair Polish Long-Lasting Fragrance is perfect for commuters! I know exactly how it feels braving the traffic, pollution and smog and arriving at your destination with your hair smelling like BBQ! This should solve the problem.

2. Vitress Hair Polish Sun Protect - with Sun Defense System is for those who spend much time under the sun. Probably those who are always in the beach too.

3. Vitress Hair Polish Strengthening with Vita Strength Formula - I am loving this product because it makes my hair stronger and prevents breakage especially that I have such long hair. This smells good too!




The other set, Vitress Hair Cuticle Coat wraps and seals each strand to protect it from damage and break. Also, it gives hair instant and intense shine, softness, smoothness, protection, and manageability.


I have tried the Vitress Heat Protect Cuticle Coat when I tried curling my hair. Its main purpose is to protect your hair from harmful effects of curling or ironing your hair. I love that it can be easily applied - just squirt a few drops in your palm, rub your palms together and apply in your hair before curling or ironing.


For those who always have their hair dyed, styled and permed, they might want to use Vitress Hair Repair Cuticle Coat that helps restore damaged hair and prevents damage from chemicals. I think I might need to start using it too.

Unruly and frizzy hair can be tamed by using the Vitress Instant Relax Cuticle Coat. This should give your hair a little bounce and body.

Looks like I would need to add Vitress to my toiletries list every month. Okay, so I have decided, I am keeping my long hair. Solenn Heusaff will agree.




Are you using Vitress? 
How do you keep you hair healthy and shiny?



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