As savvy Latinas, we know that every day is Earth day. We love our Mother Earth as much as we love our mamis. Que bueno to find out that Pantene Nature Fusion collection is the first hair care brand to use renewable, sugarcane-based plastic in its product packaging. Bravo!
You’re dying to know how the new collection will work on your hair? Quieres la verdad? To be fair, several Latinas used Pantene’s Nature Fusion for many days and the results varied. Primero la buena noticias. The fragrance was wonderful and the conditioner outperformed the shampoo in feeling good. That’s one point for this Mother Earth friendly product. But um yeah, that’s it.
We are amigas. The truth must be told. Fine hair didn’t fair well. Left it flatter than your tortillas from your Cinco de Mayo fiesta. Curly hair had flyaway hair strands. By the end of the day, it looked like someone had been romping in the hay with primo Pepe. Que pena! The only type of hair that wasn’t a casualty with this eco friendly product was what the beauty industry in the USA considers normal hair. Y que es normal?
Pantene, study our Latina hair. The products are a tiny bit overpriced for underperforming results. After shampoo and conditioner, our hair should feel silky and smooth the way Eva Mendes’s hair appears in your ads. No photoshop, right? Swear on La Virgen Maria that Eva only uses Pantene products to make her hair look that way in your ads and we will shave our heads bald. Mother Nature doesn’t like to be fooled. Neither do we.