Do you enjoy drinking beer? Did you know how amazing & rejuvenating beer is for your hair? BRÖÖ makes fabulous beer infused products that can transform your hair
I would like to thank BRÖÖ for sponsoring this post
I don’t know about you, but with Fall in full swing I find myself craving a glass of comforting frothy full-bodied beer. And while I certainly love to drink beer now and again (especially with a homemade spicy chicken chili), do you happen to know how absolutely amazing beer is for your hair? For ages, people have rinsed their hair with beer as a home-brewed recipe for strong, shiny, healthy hair and it turns out that the barley and hops used in making beer are full of hair-loving B vitamins, proteins and minerals. Pretty cool, right?
Well, BRÖÖ Craft Beer Haircare has tapped into the amazing benefits of beer (pun intended) and infused their fabulous Shampoos and Conditioners with a blend of microbrewed beer and premium natural ingredients which work synergistically together to rejuvenate, hydrate, and thicken your hair. BRÖÖ has three different hair loving shampoo and conditioner formulas that will totally revitalize your hair this Fall, and I’d like to tell you more about each of them and then tell you how to win a set of all six products for yourself!
BRÖÖ Invigorating Craft Beer Shampoo and Conditioner is an awakening blend of freshly hopped craft beer, peppermint and caffeine that work synergistically together in these revitalizing products. The “invigorating mixology” used in this formula includes peppermint, geranium and rosemary to refresh, energize, and make your scalp tingle. The 100% natural malted mint scent smells minty fresh and not at all like beer. And it’s my favorite BRÖÖ duo because it wakes up my senses in the morning, refreshes my scalp and makes my hair feel refreshed and super clean. I love using it as a hair detox, to get rid of the build-up that I get from using an lot of different types of styling products.
In addition, all of the BRÖÖ products are infused with the extracts of aloe leaf to soothe your scalp; caffeine to stimulate your scalp and wake up your hair follicles, and their proprietary BRÖÖLuxe formula in their conditioners which is a natural alternative to silicone and great for daily hair hydration and rehab. Plus, all of the BRÖÖ products are made in the USA, are all-natural and free of parabens, phthalates, sulfates, dyes, synthetic fragrances, PEGs, polyquaterniums, phenoxyethanol and propylene glycol.
BRÖÖ Thickening Craft Beer Shampoo and Conditioner is an enriching blend of craft beer, barley protein and caffeine combined together to make this nourishing hair formula. The “thickening mixology” in this line utilizes barley protein to lift and add volume to fine flat hair. And the yummy Citrus Creme scent contains delicious notes of orange, grapefruit and vanilla creme which smell almost good enough to eat. I just love the orange creamsicle smell of the Thickening Shampoo and Conditioner and like how it noticeably adds body and volume to my thin fine hair.
BRÖÖ Moisturizing Craft Beer Shampoo and Conditioner is a hydrating blend of craft beer, shea butter and caffeine combined together to make this moisturizing hair formula. The “moisturizing mixology” taps into shea butter to quench, hydrate, and soften dry thirsty tresses. The fragrant Höp Flower scent contains calming notes of lavender, geranium and ylang ylang. I like how this moisturizing duo makes my hair soft and smooth without weighing it down and also noticeably more manageable.
Honestly, I was surprisingly impressed with all of the formulas in the BRÖÖ line. Not only are all of these hair care products incredibly affordable and widely available at mass retailers nationwide like Walmart, but they really work! Plus they are made with clean/better for you ingredients, they amuse your senses and I love how they tap into the benefits of beer to pamper your hair. Cheers to that!
How would you like to win a set of these fabulous Fall hair care products for yourself?! Here are the details on how to enter this seasonal beer inspired giveaway:
- Prizes: 5 Winners will each receive the following 6 BRÖÖ Craft Beer Hair Products:
- How to Enter: Please use the Rafflecopter Widget below for your entries. You can enter daily through tweeting & posting a comment on this blog post
- Restrictions: Must be 18+, US resident
- Contest Dates: 10/6/17 to 10/21/17 at 12 am EST
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Disclosure: This post was sponsored by BRÖÖ. As always, all opinions and luscious mermaid locks are my own.
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An awesome fresh orange-juice massage is just right, for the day and my wife.
A captivating and fabulous soothing-bananas mask my girlfriend likes to use and has a nice effect.
I really like nice hair, and a mix of coconut milk and avocado for great hair care is just wonderful to use.all of the time.
My lady friend likes soft skin, and a,raw asparagus, hydrating avocado and honey facial cleanser is just marvelous for all occasions.
A fascinating and amazing oatmeal mask, my wife definitely enjoys for great skincare.
My wife absolutely loves to use a cool brown sugar and olive oil scrub everyday.
I’ve done an oatmeal scrub before it was easy to make
I haven’t really tried any but my daughter made a face mask out of honey.
I haven’t tried any beauty hacks.
Years ago, I put mayonnaise in my hair to calm the frizzies.
I’ve made face masks with Greek yogurt and different other kitchen ingredients. It worked better than most masks I’ve purchased.
We have used Lemon juice and Mayo from the kitchen..
I have use Apple Cider Vinegar in my hair to remove build-up from hair styling products,
Tried mashed avocado in my hair oh gosh never again. Lol
I have used mayonnaise in my hair as a conditioner and lemon juice also to lighten it in the summer.
My hair needs help
avocado hair mask
Using a mixture of coco powder, sugar, mint extract, and lemon oil to make a DIY lip scrub.
I have used mayonnaise in my hair and also a mixture of juice from a fresh lemon mixed with olive oil.
Lemon juice in my hair before going out in the sun.
I use cocounut oil in my hair never tried beer though i drink it
I have never tried anything from my kitchen in my hair.
the only thing i can think of is i have used things in my kitchen to make a face mask.
i would like to try the BROO Craft Beer infused hair care
i use miracle whip in my hair and olive oil in my hair and thats about it
Mayo, baking soda, lemon, peroxide
I tried lemon juice as i was told it would lighten my hair, but it just dried it out
I have lightened my hair with water and lemons when I was a teenager.
I’ve never tried anything from the kitchen for my hair!!
I have used mayonnaise to moisturize my hair.
I have used vinegar to help get products out of my hair. I have also used beer for shine.
I use olive oil for my split ends,works pretty well!
These products look so amazing and good for your hair!! I would love to try these in the near future! One diy beauty hacks from the kitchen that I have done recently is the coffee grind exfoliator for my skin, I loved how it turned out.
I’ve made hair masks with avocado and olive oil!
Baking soda for brushing my teeth.
I have used coconut oil for my dry hair and when I was young I used lemon juice to lighten my hair.
Mayo in my hair, apple cider vinegar for shine.
I have used mayonnaise as a l hair conditioner. I also have used Olive Oil on mu face.
cider vinegar and lemons – they both help clean my scalp and hair
I have used Mayo as conditioner and lemon juice for highlights! Thanks for the giveaway!
I’ve used Mayo as conditioner and lemon juice for highlights. Thanks for the giveaway!
I haven’t tried anything in my kitchen for my hair or face.
Avocado paste with olive oil and mayo. Trying everything for my hair to look healthy and fabulous.
When I was young, I used mayonnaise as a deep conditioner. It worked great!
Coconut oil,olive oil and an egg in my hair. The results are awesome as I have fine dry hair I am always looking for help
coconut oil, mayo and olive oil 😀
Mayo and yogurt works ok ,but only in small amounts.
Mostly I use apple cider vinegar on my hair! Also honey and oatmeal for face masks.
I have really not tried anything.
My aunt uses mayonnaise as a conditioner for her hair. Her hair sometimes stinks though.
I tried a sugar and honey face scrub. It was messy!!
I have used mayo as a mask! These products sound so nice.
I have washed my hair and used mayo for moisture. Ive rinsed hair with beer. Ive done a lemon mask
All different sorts over the years! Conditioning with mayonnaise, putting olive oil on my fingernails, putting coconut oil in my hair, honey facial masks…
using baking soda to get rid of product buildup on my hair
Oh my! Mayo masks, Vinegar stripping, Lemon for lightening. Avocado and Eggs. You name it!
I did a mayo facial once
I have never tried any thing from my kitchen for my hair.
I dyed my hair and put a toner on it my hair grabbed the toner and I had blue hair. I looked like a smurf!! I used a combination of lemon and lime juice mixed with conditioner to remove it.
I have used my coconut oil for conditioning my hair.
I washed my hair with mayonnaise to moisturize my hair.
I have used olive oil on my hair and a long time ago tried mayonnaise.
First of all-what an awesome opportunity,these shampoo/conditioners are so unique and probably work sooo well…
I have used sugar or oatmeal as exfoliante, I have tried egg whites as nose strips, I have used coconut oil (and mayonnaise-eww 😝)as a deep conditioning treatment. I have tried plain gelatin and skim milk as a peel for dead skin,honey to dry out a pimple…I’m definitely a bit of an amateur alchemist of beauty treatment in the kitchen,lol.
The gelatin/skim milk one is actually pretty effective,and I like oatmeal as an exfoliating treatment too.
The others…not so much *shrugs shoulders*.
I have heard about beer being awesome for the hair,but I haven’t tried it (yet).) My hair is a bit (dry so I would love to reap the benefits of the brew!.
Thank you for the chance to try these cute products! Good luck everyone!
I have use apple cider vinegar on my hair.
I don’t do many homemade beauty hacks, but I do use coconut oil as a makeup remover.
I have used vinegar as a rinse and olive oil as conditioner.
I have not tried any Beauty hacks from my kitchen. I have thought I would try whitening my nails from using dark nail polish by using with hydrogen peroxide or baking soda and something else it seems like. I would have to look it up again obviously before trying.