May 26, 2015

Kick Your Hair Conditioner up a Notch with Pravana Nevo Color Enhancer

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It’s not a hair dye…It’s not a shampoo…It’s a Conditioner! It’s the new PRAVANA NEVO Color Enhancer Treatment and it’s works wonderfully. I always know when I’m midway between hair colorings. The dull brassy color says it all and I always notice when I’m driving. When the sun is shining and I look in the mirror I can see that my color is already fading and it hasn’t even been three weeks yet. Everyday shampooing, heat styling and sun exposure definitely takes the life out of your hair. Would you like to freshen it up?

PRAVANA NEVO Color Enhancer Treatment has done wonders for my dull faded color treated hair. PRAVANA NEVO Color Enhancer Treatment is as easy to use as a conditioner because that’s what it is.  It contains a color enhancer to boost your color leaving you with fresh, soft and vibrant hair color again. Simply choose you color enhancer (there are 5 to choose from), shampoo, lightly towel dry and add your treatment. Leave it on for 1 to 2 minutes and rinse out. I have been using PRAVANA NEVO Color Enhancer Treatment once a week and I am very pleased with the results.

What I like most about PRAVANA NEVO Color Enhancer Treatment is that there is absolutely no mess in the shower when rinsing out the treatment. There is no staining on my hands or towel, you risnse out like you would a regular hair conditioner. PRAVANA NEVO Color Enhancer Treatment enriches your hair with soy protein.

Choose your color, Honey Blonde (enhances golden tones), Brilliant Copper (enhances orange tones, Radiant Red (brightens red tones), Deep Burgandy, saturates a deep red/violet tone and my color, Cocoa Brunette (reinforces natural brunettes).  You can find PRAVANA NEVO Color Enhancer Treatment at select salons. Visit pravana.com to find a location near you.

All Nevo products are 100% biodegradable, 100% vegan and contain absolutely no Sulfates, Parabens, Sodium Chloride, Phthalates, Gluten, Propylene Glycol, Cocamide DEA, Cocamide MEA, animal bi-products and animal testing.

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