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Saturday, December 12, 2009

New in Hair Care: Conair Release & Fekkai News


I was listening to the radio the other day and heard about this, Conair’s Infiniti Cord-Keeper Styler, whose big selling point is the retractable cord of the hair dryer. (I think this is interesting, but haven't hotels already been a big pioneer in this field with all of their wall mounted, retractable cord AND folding hair dryers?? The handle of one I've seen folds inwards towards the dryer part, in case anyone was curious.)

In addition to saving space, it's supposed to fight frizz and reduce static electricity.
Quick facts:
Cool shot

3 heat/2 speed settings

Removable filter

Concentrator

Diffuser

Limited three-year warranty

Unit weight: 2.75 lbs


Fekkai News:
First reported by Specktra:

"Frédéric Fekkai parent P&G announced today that the Fekkai "classics" consisting of the Glossing, Full Volume and Technician Color lines will be merchandised at Walgreens and Target stores starting next year. The prestige Fekkai Advanced line will still only be available through high end stores such as Saks Fifth Avenue and Neiman Marcus.

When the announcement to move to mass market with the Classic line was made by P&G Sephora immediately issued a statement that they are dropping the brand from stores and will carry it for a short time as a courtesy to customers. Shoppers will be able to purchase products through March 2010 in stores and then online only through September 2010 after which the brand will be phased out completely from Sephora."

Buying 20$ plus hair products at the drugstore? Are you sure, P&G, that many women will take the plunge? And no more Sephora? I'm not sure that you made a smart move...

1 comment:

  1. Still not purchasing a 25 shampoo ! lol ..but I do think it could be a smart move since they're making their brand more available to people without sephora or other shopping areas near them.

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