Pammy Blogs Beauty: Shu Uemura Holiday 2017: Super Mario Brothers Hair Collection

Thursday, December 28, 2017

Shu Uemura Holiday 2017: Super Mario Brothers Hair Collection

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Shu Uemura Holiday 2017: Super Mario Brothers Hair Collection 

Go on a Beauty Adventure with Shu Uemura and Super Mario Brothers!

Here is the story from Shu Uemura... 
On a snowy night in Tokyo, Mario takes you on a brave journey to help Princess Peach by protecting the Mushroom Kingdom’s makeup treasure. Along the way, gather shu uemura colorful makeup and playful cleansing oils to fight against Bowser who wants to see the world in just black and white. Dive into the beauty adventure and dare to win with colors.

For the 2017 Holiday Collection, Shu Uemura collaborated with Super Mario Bros., the legendary Japanese video game from 1985! Let’s go on a pixelated adventure to help Princess Peach and bring peace back to the Mushroom Kingdom with the Super Mario cast of characters and colorful makeup and hair care items!

I had a chance to try out the hair products from this collection. Let me tell ya'll, not only is the packaging super cute and a totally awesome throwback to the 80's, but also the products themselves are amazing! I am a long-time fan of Shu Uemura's Essence Absolue. So, I was excited to experience that product again. Plus, I have become a big fan of the Cleansing Oil Shampoo and Conditioner. My husband is using the master wax and that product is a hit with him! 

My Hair:
Before diving into my review, let me give you a little bit of background about my hair type. I have super thick shoulder lenght hair with a "lob" style hair cut. My hair is somewhat straight but it does have a coarse texture and has a lot of damage from very heavy highlights. Also, I heat style my hair every few days. So, I am looking for products to repair damage and protect from heat. Rarely can hair products be "too rich" for my hair. Typically, my hair requires pretty heavy duty conditioners and a heavy hand with leave-ins to make it feel nourished and to help it look shiny. 

This oil-based formula deeply and gently cleanses your hair by washing away impurities while leaving the hair feeling nourished. This shampoo (and conditioner) work extremely well for my hair type. I feel like I get a gentle and complete cleanse without too much residue nor overdrying.  Retails for $57. 

This conditioner was formulated to feel weightless. So, it is ideal for everyday washing (note: I dont wash every day, so I mean for every time you wash your hair). I do like to alternate this with a heavier conditioner since my hair is super damaged. However, if you have normal hair, this will likely be the only conditioner you need. It pairs beautifully with the Cleansing Oil Shampoo. Retails for $58.

This cult-classic and Shu Uemura bestseller is the ultimate leave-in hair oil and one that has set a high standard from which I compare other oils to. The ultra-rich leave-in oil contains camellia oil for intense hair nourishment and frizz and UV protection. The oil smells amazing and is the perfect "last touch" in my hair care routine. It leaves my hair ultra-smooth and super shiny. It gives my hair an amazing smooth texture and really brings shine back to my damaged hair. Retails for $69.00. 

My husband is using this product as it really works well for his hair type. He has a thick head of wavy hair and this product leaves his hair feeling smooth and his waves looking defined. This product has a flexible (and non-stiff) hold. This leaves my husbands hair managed and shiny. Retails for $39. 

Overall, this collection was a huge hit for both myself and my husband! It is the perfect collectors item for any Super Mario Bros or 80's nostalgia fan! Plus, the products...amazing! Essence Absolue Oil continues to be one of my top 5 (ever!!!) favorite hair oils.

Be sure to grab this Shu Uemura Holiday 2017 Super Mario Brothers Hair Collection while it is still in stock! You will love the products and the packaging is just too cute!

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