Wednesday, October 21, 2009

Gurl Giveaway: ApHogee ProVitamin Leave-In!

Hey ya'll, It's that time again.....gurl giveaway time! So....this week I'll be giving away ApHogee Pro-Vitamin Leave-In Conditioner. I've been using this stuff since March when I noticed that my ends were A LOT thinner after a relaxer. If you missed it here it is. So I chopped them off. I like healthy thick ends and that thinning crap was not the business. This leave-in makes my hair feel so strong and I also get a lot less breakage. It really saved my hair. If your hair loves protein (like mine does!), then this is the giveaway for you. :-) Might I add this is a great time to try it if you've been wondering about it!

Here's how I use the ApHogee ProVitamin: 1. After I wash and condition, I spray this throughout my hair concentrating the most on my ends. 2. Since this is a protein leave-in, I put my VO5 conditioner over this to soften my hair back up. 3. Run some coconut oil through my hair and that's it!

On to the good part.....Here are the rules.

1. Leave me a comment on this post stating why you deserve the ApHogee ProVitamin.

2. The contest will end at 11:59 est. time on Friday, Oct. 23th

3. The winner will be randomly selected and announced on Saturday, Oct. 24th

Good Luck to all of my HG's!!

7 comments:

Chosen said...

I deserve this Aphogee leave in because as a lady with relaxed hair I know how easy it is for the ends to become thin and see-through..and what works for me is the correct protein/moisture balance and protective styling!

I would love to add this to my regimen!

.:.Simply Shay.:. said...

I deserve the ApHogee ProVitamin leave-in because I've recently re-committed to taking care of my hair to prove to myself that I can have longer and healthier hair. My hair had grown significantly over the summer, but the ends were a mess; I have a serious breakage problem.

But I put on my big girl pants and, with my next relaxer, got my ends trimmed. I'm at neck/chin length. AGAIN. womp-womp.

Also, I'm a sophomore in college at a prestigious university, which means I'm broker and busier than most, so regimen and staple products are limited by my time and money. And P.S.--I'm lacking a good leave-in and this sounds like the one for me.

Mhm, what else?!?
Oh, random reasons I deserve it:
--I'm turning 20 on Monday! (the 26th!)
--I love your bloggggg ♥

I'm crossing my fingers!!!

Carmesha said...

I deserve the ApHogee ProVitamin leave in b/c I am currently transitioning to natural and maintaining the two textures is soo hard. I'm 4months into a 1yr tranistion, so I need a good leave in to strengthen my hair at the line of demarcation. Hope I win!

tallMocha said...

I deserve the Aphogee Pro Vitamin leave in because I love the ingredients and it seems like a perfect protein/moisture balance. I've been wanting to try it for some time now and your blog post definitely makes a good recommendation for it. I experience A LOT of breakage on my ends, just like you were. I do not want to cut my hair and hopefully this leave-in along with regimen will help avoid that.

I follow you on Twitter and on hairgurl.com Loves it!

I'm an accelerated nursing student and could definitely use a free, high quality product since we are not allowed to work in the program! :(

Blessings!

mzhoneythang said...

Quite frankly my ends just need help...when I dry my hair, my ends are scraggly, I also want them to be strong so I can grow my hair to the length I want it to be. Nothing's really worked so far, I'm just trying to keep them off my clothes. Your blog is great by the way!

blkprincess87 said...

Besides the fact that I've been hearing a lot of good things about the Apoghee line I think I deserve to win this because I also have thin hair. I'm doing a lot of things now to protect my hair and to help make it stronger but I'm still having a couple problems as far as split ends and breakage. So I'm ready to try just about anything to get my hair to a healthy state.

Courtney!;* said...

I too have heard good things about Aphogee, but have never tried it. I don't really have a protien leave-in, so I think this would be great to try.