Rapunzel Hair Saga: Carla and Jodie go all out for Gashee

Rapunzel Hair Saga: Carla and Jodie go all out for Gashee : Once upon a time, in the City of Angels, while sitting underneath the hair dryer at a local salon, Carla and Jodie became instant friends. Practically eight years later, the dynamic duo spent endless hours styling each other’s hair.  They loved their hair and willing to experiment with anything to revive their hair.

 

VIDEO: Rapunzel Hair Saga: Carla and Jodie go all out for Gashee

Rapunzel Hair Saga: Carla and Jodie go all out for Gashee

 

 

Meet Carla from Los Angeles.

Carla from Los Angeles loved dying her hair until it became really dry and untamed.

Jodie's extension nightmare

Jodie is also from Los Angeles. As of late she’s been dealing with traction alopecia from three years of wearing hair extensions.

The women experimented with different dyes, wigs, braids, doodads and thingamabobs too. And when Carla told Jodie that she was going to try hair extensions, Jodie sat in the salon waiting area to see her besties’ new long faux hair. Three weeks after Jodie’s extensions, Carla announced her decision to turn her chestnut brown tresses into bleach blonde. 

The Product Junkies and Life Before Gashee

Hairstyles were just the tipping point. The women also experimented with hair products. Jodie would discover a new styling gel, curl cream, hair spray, pomade, hair lotion and share her latest expertise on the new product trends with Carla. Between the two, they had amassed an immense amount of hair products, stylants, hair brushes and dyes stashed in a draw or a cabinet. Some products they loved, others not so much. 

The Hair Horror Stories

The ladies thought they finally found hairstyles to “commit” to. Three years of extensions and bleaching actually wreaked havoc. It wasn’t until Carla’s hair broke off that she even began to notice the extensive damage. 

Though it was just a small section, it was enough to worry. Carla tried the “go natural” approach in an effort to help her dehydrated brittle hair. Despite all her efforts, the frizz, and dryness wouldn’t subside. 

Jodie was also in a similar hair crisis. For instance, her hair extensions had been tugging and pulling on her roots, causing damage to the roots of her hair. 

Although she tried cornrowing her hair and sewed-in the extensions, the weight of the extension pulled on her roots and stressed her hair follicles. And when she tried the glue-in hair extensions, the glue pulled out her hair. The first day without extensions,she was shocked. There were patches of hair on her edges. She’d heard of traction alopecia, but she didn’t think she’d ever had to face such consequences for wearing extensions.

Best friends, Carla, left, and Jodie share similar hair frustrations.

For the last three years, Carla, left, and Jodie, have been dealing with hair frustrations following bleaching, dying and hair extentions.

Frustrated Besties

Hoping to find remedies to revive their hair, the besties ran through another collection of natural hair products, hair tonics, ointments, pharmaceutical medicine and even changed their hair washing routines. 

One evening, while watching television, the best friends watched as Rapunzel’s charming prince climbed her illustrious hair, only to run off with her precious “secret” hair serum – Dr. UGro Gashee. They saw the hair lotion theft play out a number of times and had the same thought – “time to simplify” their hair care routine.

Jodie and Carla's moment of clarity

Watching Prince Charming run of with Rapunzel’s secret hair serum, brought on a moment of clarity for Jodie and Carla. They had to find a way to simplify their hair care routine.

The Dr. UGro Gashee Pandemonium

Jodie noticed people with filled shopping bags of Dr. UGro Gashee, the same product that left Rapunzel screaming bloody murder after the bandit charming prince had galloped away with it.

Carla and Jodie as they approached the store

Carla and Jodie, bottom far right, as they approached their favorite hair and beauty supply store where a flash mob of people rallied at the front.

Standing on her tippy toes Carla was worried the product would run out before they got inside the store. She knew they had to get their hands on Dr. UGro Gashee. They had to see the hype for themselves.

Selfies with Dr. UGro Gashee

Geeking for a chance to get a picture of the Dr. UGro Gashee, the flash mob crowded snapped pictures of the blonde model.

As one of the Dr. UGro Gashee models emerged from the store, Jodie elbowed Carla and pointed at the woman shooting a selfie with him. Jodie gave Carla an awkward smirk as they neared the front of the store, when she realized the woman wasn’t taking a picture with the model but with the bottle of Dr. UGro Gashee Botanical Hair Lotion he was holding. 

 

A picture is worth thousands of words

Running towards Carla and Jodie, a woman they’d seen at the hair shoppe before, gleefully waved her phone showing flashing selfie. It was then that Carla realized that it wasn’t a picture of the model that she had seen her snap, but a picture of the Dr. UGro Gashee Botanical Lotion.

 

Talking about hype, Jodie and Carla got more eager as they realized Gashee was the “must have, magic potion” they’d been searching for.

Hair Troubles?  Simplify your hair care routine. Try the all natural Dr. UGro Gashee hair products – Hair Pomade, Hair Lotion and Hair Supplements: www.ugro.com

 

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