"Good hair day? That's so Hair Box #1. This new Hair Salon box gives you every hairstyle in your arsenal - from romantic waves and classy blowouts to sophisticated ponytails and more - a mega health-boost for salon-quality hair!"
"We've all been there, done that. No matter how much time we spend in the morning perfecting our tresses, inevitable situations (hate you, humidity and frizz) your hair has a mind of its own and shows a frustratingly sad ending to our hair-y story. But, arm yourself with this box, and you'll kiss stubborn frizzies goodbye and say hello to a world of health locks, stunning shine, and mega pro-quality hair care."
"Load up on this box, and you'll have everyone asking where you get your hair care done!"
The directions on the card say to apply the outbath treatment to dry hair while the directions on the package say to apply to wet hair. So I did both. The scent was wonderful, like a high quality salon treatment. I can't describe it better than that, other than my husband detected light notes of citrus, vanilla and coconut. On dry hair it did leave my hair a little nappy. On wet hair, it left a wonderfully soft feeling. The baobab oil was very thick and coated my hair nicely. I can't tell how well it's working, but I'm going to keep using it to see if I get any results.
The Hair Salon box was part of a group of kits that Memebox promoted as part of a "Golden Ticket" giveaway. Each one would contain a ticket with some value but there were many levels of winners including a $1,500 in Memeboxes grand prize. I of course, got a golden ticket worth $3. I'd be more excited if there weren't a bajillion $3 codes for Memebox online already.
THE VERDICT: The premise of this box was great, but the execution lacked. I liked the filler and therapy shampoo, thought outbath treatment and baobab oil were just okay, didn't need the hair loss treatment, and HATED the waterless shampoo. This was not one of my favorite boxes, but it was a rare miss for me.