Maddyloves got in touch with the representatives of Unite Eurotherapy and they kindly sent a few bloggers some hair products to test out and review. Unite Eurotherapy products are vegan, light weight products that are free of parabens and sulfates. I've been using these products for one month now so I feel like I can give some thorough feedback on these products.
The three hair products I received were (from left to right): the Expanda Volume Root Energizer, 7 Seconds Condition Leave In Detangler and the Expanda Dust Volumizing Powder.
On the bottle it says that it lifts and supports from the root to create volume to the hair - even for the finest of hair. The product is in the form of a foam. The directions are: with damp hair, shake well and spray 5-6 inches away from the root moving 1-2 inches up the hair shaft. Sold at Unite for $27.50.
My thoughts: I really enjoyed using this product. The smell is pleasant (crisp and fresh), not sticky, and light. After spraying on the foam, I blow dry my hair upside down. My hair was fuller at the crown. I even got complimented on my voluminous hair one day from a stranger when I was shopping Downtown. However, I felt like the product's voluminzing effects wore off during the day as I was out and about running errands. Nevertheless, this was my favorite product out of the three I received. I'd give this a 4/5.
On the bottle it says that within 7 seconds, your hair will be tangle free and feel nourished with protein and moisturizers. It says that it seals the cuticle and protects your hair from heat - perfect for chemically treated hair. Directions are: after washing your hair with shampoo and conditioner, spray the detangler onto damp hair and comb through then style your hair (with more products but in this case, I usually blow dry my hair). Sold at Unite for $26.25.
My thoughts: It is a great leave in conditioner. It left my hair feeling really soft after I blow dried it. It has the same pleasant smell (crisp and fresh) and it did not leave a sticky or heavy feeling in my hair. However, it didn't really detangle my massive knots that formed at the back of my head after a day worth of running around town (stupid wind and stupid thick/long hair I have). It did detangle smaller knots though. I'd give this a 4.75/5.
On the bottle it says the powder adds volume and texture to your hair. It adds that a little goes a long way. The directions are: lightly sprinkle onto the roots for added texture.
My thoughts: Okay? And then what? So I used common sense and used my fingers to comb upwards through the roots of my hair to create some volume. It definitely added texture to my hair. The white powder disappears on my roots when I fluff up my hair and the roots feel stiffer due to the starch from the powder. It gave my hair some volume as well. I suggest sprinkling the powder under the hair of the intended area for texture and volume instead of right on top of the hair - I found this way gave my hair more volume if the "stiffer hair or powdered hair" was at the base. This product was the most interesting because I have never used any powdered products in my hair before. I would give this a 3.5/5. Sold at Unite for $26.25.