Friday, April 15, 2011

Friday Fabulousness: New! From Not Your Mother’s Haircare

Check out these three new launches from Not Your Mother’s Haircare…

Three New Product Launches from Not Your Mother’s Haircare
Creative and Cool Hairstyling Products for Fabulous Tresses

Three new Not Your Mother’s haircare products are scheduled to hit stores this spring. Having quickly gained popularity among trendsetters and beauty aficionados Not Your Mother’s is very excited to add these products to their current lineup of salon-quality products.

New for spring 2011

Rise & Shine – A Silky Smooth Shine Mist: Use Rise & Shine as a finishing touch for a glossy shine and a silky touch. This alcohol-free salon-formula will leave your hair healthy, shiny and polished. Application: Spray lightly after styling for a glossy, vibrant shine.

Girl Powder – A Volumizing Hair Powder: This powerful powder is the fastest way to maximize volume and add texture directly to dry hair. This salon formula will have you and your hair large and in charge! Application: Shake a small amount of powder onto dry hair and roots. Lift and fluff through with hands for instant volume.

Clean Freak – A Refreshing Dry Shampoo: Clean Freak is the ultimate quick-fix as it absorbs excess oils, cleans without water and refreshes your hair instantly. Application: Spray generously on roots and throughout hair. Brush through to diffuse powder and watch it absorb any excess oils. Style as desired and enjoy your newly freshened hair.

About Not Your Mother’s: Not Your Mother’s is a collection of fun, hip hairstyling products offering high performing salon quality at value pricing. The line launched in 2010 with six essential hair styling products with top quality ingredients and technologies to help create any unique style. All of the products are available at a suggested retail price of $5.99 each. For more information, retail locations and shopping links visit


  1. Oh, I love Not Your Mother's!!

  2. Cool - I got this info in my email, but I haven't gotten a chance to try it out yet. Nice to hear from someone who has used it. :)