Sunday, 6 January 2013

Review: Park Avenue's Beer Shampoo

I'm so tempted to start this blog post with a 'Dear All'. Just for the heck of it. :D

Anyhooo, hope you guys are having a good 2013 so far.
Mine has just been the usual with the only change being my love for chocolates and everything sweet has increased manifold in the last few days and at the same time I've been looking for healthy breakfast/lunch recipes on the internet. I know, hopeless is an understatement. :D

Anyway, coming back to the point, after hearing a lot about this Shampoo from one of my cousins, I have been looking for it for a few months now and last week, when i went to supermarket nearby, i spotted this. One last piece remaining and i *HAD* to pick it up before the aunty walking towards the Shampoo aisle did. Small joys, you know? 

I have been using this for a week now and I have to tell you, it's FABULOUS! Instead of making this a long boring post, I'm just going to quickly put down the +ves and -ves for you guys.


The Good Things:

1. Price - Inexpensive: 160 bucks for 200 ml.
2. Packaging - Absolute win! Why would someone not love a beer bottle? ;)
3. Fragrance - The shampoo smells like beer. Duh! But it doesn't make your hair smell beer-y post the wash. The smell stays on only till your hair dries post which all you have is soft, smooth, voluminous hair. Brownie points for this! 
4. Makes hair less frizzy
5. Leaves hair smooth, shiny and soft post every wash
6. Mild enough for everyday use
7. No conditioning required post wash

The Not-So-Good Things:

The only not-very-good thing I can talk about is the availability of the shampoo at the supermarkets. It took me almost 3 months to grab a bottle. (oh, I have now asked the Supermarket guys to save a bottle for me every month. Yes, I'm brilliant like that) 

Without a doubt, this is my favorite shampoo at the moment. Which one do you use? 

Until the next post. 
M

9 comments:

  1. I've been looking for this one for around a month too!Although I just want it coz the bottle would look cool in my loo...am using a drugstore one which is supposed to miraculously cure dandruff in a month right now! :p
    ~Shreya

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    1. Haha. :D Flipkart has it. I just got to know yesterday. Maybe you can order it from there. :)

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    2. Thanks...looking into it...even babylips is out of stock everywhere.. :p

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    3. its been discontinued on flipkart :(

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    4. I just saw. :( Do you have a Health & Glow nearby? Heard they have stock.

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  2. I saw this at a supermarket near home too n thought I'd go back home to Google reviews on it. Thanks a ton for yours, I shall run and buy one asap :)

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    1. Aww. Anytime.
      I hope you like it. :)

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  3. Palmolive Anti-dandruff Shampoo is my favourite right now. Mostly because the harsh winter usually means dandruff! So PADS is a good preventive. This beer shampoo seems to be an Indian make, so I can't find it here.:-( I love your blog btw!

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  4. I want to try this out! Really genius what with the bottle shape and packaging and all!! I keep using lots of different shampoos on my hair which is why my hair sometimes is so crappy in condition. :-/

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