Friday, July 6, 2007

50% More Volume?

On my last visit to Costco, I bought a giant bottle of Pantene shampoo that promised "up to 50% more volume". Of course I figured that it was worth a try...so I've now been using it for the past three weeks. Its such a massive bottle...at least I won't have to buy shampoo again this year... Does it look like I have 50% more volume?

obscure hair reference: "...After all, I'm worth it." Anyone remember where that line was from?
-Rick Rockhill

8 comments:

dickiebo said...

Depends where you are looking, pal!

K-A said...

"... After all, I'm worth it." It sounds like an old L'Oréal commercial.

Steven said...

With k-a on where the line is from "Preference."

When a shampoo claims to provide more body, what comes to mind is a shampoo that attaches oils to the hair, creating build-up. Hence more volume.

brodie said...

you are worth it, rick. but do you condition too?

Mags said...

I'm not sure about the volume, but you hair sure is Shiny!!!!!

Devilbluedress said...

Oh I'm wicked. Or maybe it's too early in the morning. I read the line before fully scrolling down, and wondered exactly what you were putting a picture up of...

Your hair looks good.

Blue the Spa Girl said...

Um, well, yes, and it is incredibly shiny. Well done, good purchase!

Canadian flake said...

lol Costco really is a great place isn't it? Where else can ya go to buy a years worth of shampoo and milk in the same place...lmao.

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