Imagine moments after a samgyupsal date, a grill party, food trip down a smokey street, or even just a normal commute day under intense heat. These situations have one thing in common – they all leave our hair smelling like grilled meat, smoke, or something even worse. This common hair woe is exactly what our favorite It Girl Solenn Heussaff is fighting in her recent action-packed short film with Vitress!
Before we share the hair care tips from Solenn, watch her display her martial arts prowess to tame her tresses here:
The two-minute clip is very relatable for women (or even guys with long hair) who have jam-packed days spent in different places. Although the effects and hair fists are products of the imagination, Solenn’s main weapon – the Vitress Hair Freshener, is a hundred percent real.
Fun fact #1: The CGI (computer-generated imagery) used in this short video involved the same team who worked on the effects in the movie “The Greatest Showman”.
Designed to help add shine and remove odor from our locks through its sweat-activated InstaFresh Technology, Vitress has been the go-to product of Solenn for eight years!
“Vitress Hair Freshener is my lifesaver. I have one in every bag. It knocks off awful smells like smoke or sweat especially during tapings when I’m under the sun. It’s a quick fix with long-lasting results,” says Solenn. “It’s one of my favorite products, really, because not only do you just get that shine, you also get that freshness and it’s very important for us women nowadays, we’re all on-the-go. We go from working out straight to going to a meeting, somewhere else, then sometimes, the smell of your hair can be a little bit disturbing to the people you are talking to or facing so I’m very excited for everyone to try the product!”
Solenn studied martial arts and arnis just for this video, but she also had to keep her tresses well-tamed because of the challenging stunts that she was directed to do. Thus, comes the question: What is Solenn’s secret in maintaining her gorgeous hair?
“There’s not much secret to it. I’ve been in showbiz for 8 years – same as Vitress, and when you’re working in showbiz, you’re always exposed to the sun because [the shoot] is usually outdoors, you’re getting your hair curled and ironed every day so you’re going to get dry hair,” shares Solenn.
“Before this, I was a guy – like I’ve never had any treatments done to my hair. [Vitress] taught me how to treat my hair so I did monthly treatments with Vitress and of course, sometimes, my hair just looks dry on the spot so I would use the Vitress Cuticle Coat. They have several variants – some you can use before you blowdry your hair or while your hair is damp, after you curl your hair, they have variants for that. And now, with the hair freshener, you’ll get that extra confidence as well when you’re heading to the set, heading to work, or to a meeting because not only does your hair look good, but it smells good. The secret is to just really take care of your hair,” she adds.
A lightly scented spray-on product for the hair, Vitress Hair Freshener deodorizes bad smells with its encapsulated InstaFresh technology that releases a fresh, fragrant, and long-lasting floral scent. It effectively fights the smell that sticks to one’s hair, including the smell of food, cigarette smoke, vehicle emissions, and sweat for hours. We’ve tried it on our hair and this 50ml bottle is truly promising.
“We want to show something different. Solenn’s action film debut beautifully captures how Vitress Hair Freshener can fight bad odors that we’re often exposed to and keep it smelling fresh all day long. Unlike the glamorous hair ads, Vitress Hair Fresher opted for an action film to demonstrate its power in quashing hair odor giving you that instant shine and freshness,” says Pam Sulit, VP for Marketing and Brand Development.
Fun fact #2: Vitress Hair Freshener can also be used on clothes since it’s sweat activated!
Can you relate with this common hair problem? Let us know if you’ve already tried the product by commenting on Manila Millennial‘s post on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram!
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