I’m a red wine over white wine kind of girl. I enjoy a chilled glass of white during the day at a party occasionally, but it’s much more likely that you’ll find me with a bottle of cab on the couch at the end of a long day. Red wine is always there for me, whether I’m laughing or crying or falling asleep and spilling it on my face. It never judges me, and when I run out there’s always more as soon as I need it. Red wine has been a better boyfriend to me than any boy in the world. I never have to worry about having makeup on when I’m drinking it, or clothes, for that matter, and it’s never let me down. And now, in addition to all the magical things we already thank red wine for, we can add one more to the list.
According to celebrity hairstylist and creator of the haircare line, Vine de la Vie, red wine is the secret to his hair care arsenal. Unfortunately, it’s in the product itself, and the haircare line doesn’t just involve you drinking a ton of red wine and waking up with Kate Middleton hair, which I found a little disappointing.
The hair products include a signature wine extract containing active polyphenols, which are crazy little miracle workers that do everything from boost your hair’s strength, detoxify, and even heal damaged strands. On top of that, the wine extract is supposed to combat the very aging of your hair by removing free radicals, which sounds fancy but basically just means it prevents the cellular breakdown of your hair’s healthy cells. The result? A show-stopping, lightweight mane with shine and volume that doesn’t quit. Currently, the line offers a shampoo, mask, serum, conditioner, and leave-in elixir, and all of those come in bottles that look like they should star in their own boudoir shoot.
I’m already ready to grab myself a bottle of cab and start pouring it on my head, although I’m not sure that’s the way it works. But I’ll probably just save myself the mess and order something from this fabulous line. Thanks again, red wine. You really are a superstar..
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