The Beauty Bug Gets Tamed

No, The Beauty Bug doesn’t live in Chicago, but it seems like the winds are just as bad here in Boston. What’s a Beauty Bug to do when She spends about 45 minutes drying and styling Her hair, only to step outside and have a gust of wind undo Her ‘do and exponentially increase Her fly-aways? On a recent trip to NY, She discovered a new product which even prompted a fellow beauty blogger to comment on Her hair. “Not that it didn’t look good before”, The Beauty Blogger maintained, “but that product really makes a difference on your hair.”

The product that’s causing beauty bloggers to comment and fly-aways to disappear? Cutler’s Fly-Away Control Stick. A lightweight styling stick designed to protect against frizz while adding shine and sleekness, the product boasts the perfect amount of tackiness without being too sticky. The sticks’ secret ingredient is Tourmaline, a crystal silicate mineral found in many hairdryers and irons that helps to achieve silky, shiny hair. Other ingredients include a special blend of Shea Butter, Pistachio Oil, Coconut Oil, Castor Oil and Sunflower Seed Oil all of which provide superb conditioning properties.

The Beauty Bug’s application technique is as follows- She applies a few rolls of product on Her palms and smooths and styles Her hair accordingly. She then applies a bit more product just to Her fingertips to tame the fly-aways right at Her root.

Once applied, the product isn’t visible or heavy, yet it allows for control and hold. It doesn’t dry or harden, so during the day or after a stint outside in the wind, The Beauty Bug just runs Her hand through Her to re-smooth it and re-style.

Cutler’s Fly-Away Control Stick is available at BeautyIntuition.com for $23.

4 Responses to The Beauty Bug Gets Tamed

  1. HomeSpaGoddess

    It’s like a giant chapstick for your hair;)

  2. Tricia

    This stuff is great! I love it for the flyaways around my bangs. It especially works awesome when you put your hair up in a ponytail and want a clean, put-together look without all those wispy hairs popping out.

  3. Katee

    very interesting looking product! I might have to try this.

  4. Amber

    I have to give this a try! It looks a bigger than Bliss’ Wonder Balm. So maybe not so portable but definitely looks like a winner!

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