There are lots of interesting ways to get cake in your hair. Squeeze bottles are one way.
With Satin Sugar Revitalizing Shampoo and Replenishing Hair Conditioner, Leave-in & Styling Aid, you'll have delicious citrus-cream scented Cake in your hair. The shampoo cleanses thoroughly and the conditioner hydrates lightly, as well as serves as a light leave-in conditioner.
My rather dry hair was peckish for more conditioning (in fairness, it's never been satisfied by a leave-in), but for hair with a more manageable appetite, Satin Sugar ($20 each) should hit the spot. The shampoo is enriched with raw honey, jojoba oil and protein-building amino acids, and the conditioner is fortified with wheat and soy protein. The recipe leaves out parabens, pthalates and petrochemicals.
If you want Cake in your hair, you'll need to be a BeautyGeeks subscriber (click here to become one if you arenâ€™t already)who lives in Canada. Send a CAKE SATIN SUGAR e.mail with your name, age, address and phone number (only to be used to provide the prize) to firstname.lastname@example.org. Best-before date is Friday September 18th.
Now I have a craving for pineapple upside-down-cake. No reason.
Cake Beauty is available at Indigo and cakebeauty.com. Image courtesy of Cake Beauty.