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I went through the Vitress Catwalk and survived

As a kid who had curly, frizzy hair, I grew up with the Vitress Hair Polish and their Cuticle Coat. I didn't really have a lot of options back then, but you know what, it didn't matter! Vitress worked perfectly for my ridiculously thick hair then; it was the only brand that could keep it from flying away in all directions. You know what I mean if we have the same hair type!

Anyhoo, I'm happy to share that Vitress has expanded its line of products, and introduced two new endorsers as well! Manila's "it girl" Solenn Heussaff has been working with the top hair grooming brand for some time now, even creating her own product called the Vitress Solenn Cuticle Coat. She helped formulate it and even co-designed the packaging!

How does she use her very own Cuticle Coat? "After I shower and while my hair is damp, I put a small amount to make it easier to comb. Once my hair is dry, I add a few more drops to boost shine. I also apply it when my hair’s in a ponytail to hide the baby hair that sticks out," says Solenn. It's an excellent tip. I'd do that everyday if it guarantees me hair like hers, haha.

In an event last week, Vitress revealed two news endorsers joining Solenn: cover girl and host Kim Jones and star volleyball athlete Gretchen Ho. Kim loves the Hair Repair Cuticle Coat since it keeps her locks from being damaged by constant styling, while Gretchen adores the Heat Protect Cuticle Coat which she needs for her active lifestyle.

During the same event, Vitress dared a few bloggers to walk the catwalk while their hair is being blown away by huuuge electric fans. I partnered up with Nikki Tiu (only the sweetest and nicest beauty blogger ever!) to take on those crazy fans - how hard can THAT be, right?

Apparently it is quite a challenge. I have super fine, thin hair now so I avoid the wind as much as possible. When I'm out I even face the wind so that my hair will at least be blown back instead of to each side! It's a nightmare when that happens. It's so hard to fix, plus I can't comb my hair because it will just frizz up.

After that hair-raising experience (lol) Nikki and I went to the Vitress station to have our hair transformed. It only took half a minute to put the hot mess that was my hair to rights. It looked smooth and coiffed again!

We stopped to have our pictures taken by the adoring paparazzi. Humor me! Hahaha I didn't think this whole experience would be so fun. If you want to try out the Vitress Catwalk as well, there's another leg happening on August 22 at Eastwood Citywalk Activity Center. Do follow @officialvitress on Instagram to see more info.

So that's what's new with Vitress. ^_^ Congratulations again to Solenn, Kim, and Gretchen and the Vitress team for a successful event!

This post is brought to you by Vitress.

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