Wacky Beauty Products That Actually Work
You may have seen beauty products like vibrating foundation and hair treatments with placenta, but did you know women actually love them?
Lush Cacas Hair Hennas, $22.95Even they admit it -- "caca is French for 'poo'," so why did Lush name their hair color after the potty word? "We wanted to make the point that there are no nasty chemicals in them; they are 100 percent natural, lovely, safe ingredients so you can use them on your pretty heads as often as you like, building up a bright, shiny colour," says their website. "More than anything people want to know if we're crazy, sadists, or both. Yes, we do want you to put this caca on your head and sit there for a few hours, but you won't find natural, synthetic-free hair colour like this anywhere else. Transform your locks with our henna and cocoa butter blocks to finish with stunning colour and glorious conditioning," they continue.
Ok Lush, call it whatever you want. Because at the end of the day, despite the quirky name, women say they swear by this product to give them "beautiful rich red color" and "a boost of thickness afterwards," with the ultimate reward being that you're "actually doing something good for [your] hair instead of damaging it with chemicals," explains one devotee.
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