Late Night HSN Purchase of Carol’s Daughter Products

The title says it all.

Tucking into bed, flipping on the television. Land on HSN. Mindless, semi-entertaining, no huge commitment. Bubbly, not likely to bring nightmares. It was that, or reality TV. I don’t often make purchases (the last one was 2 NFL Snuggies), but I like to zone out to it every now and then. Not long ago Jessica Simpson was on HSN (or QVC?), peddling products with her mom. It was great. The vacant expression and semi-incoherent product descriptions. Good TV. Recently I watched as an older male designer talked up the shirts he was selling (they looked like the geriatric fall preview). The models couldn’t even make the frocks look appealing, but the host and designer pitched on them as  if we were sitting side stage on the catwalk – and kept their faces straight as they did it. They’re good. And this is why I simply would not make a good salesperson. Seriously, that blue, pleated shirt that screams “grandma’s house circa 1980”  is a “must-have” addition to any woman’s wardrobe?

Back to the night of my purchase.

I think, subliminally, I had already heard of Carol’s Daugther products, so I was close to being sold anyway. Strap that in with a dose of fatigue and out comes the white flag of surrender. I just happened to be in the right place at the right time (or vice versa if I end up hating this product). My eyes were glued on the screen as the Carol’s Daughter representative talked, the HSN lady talked, they took a call, they showed hair models, and I dialed like a robot, beep-beep-beep, pressing all the right numbers until I was told my order was complete. The receiver went back on my princess phone, I beat myself up a bit mentally for being such easy prey, shrugged, and continued flipping through the channels.

It arrived today. Simple, yet attractive packaging. Smells pretty nice. But I’m quite sure that my big head of curls is going to eat up these tiny little (pricey) bottles in no time. Which doesn’t make me too happy. See, I’m a JUMBO sized conditioner person. I know, I know, I go to the salon and they talk all this junk about “dime-size, quarter-size” and “you don’t need as much because it is such good product” smack, but you know what? Live with me. Do my hair daily and you’ll see, girlfriend. It takes a handful of change to satisfy the conditioner requirement on my hair. Dime? Quarter? Shoot – sorry. Almost 3 decades and some odd years will confirm that I know my hair, and my hair likes more than a quarter. Thankyouverymuch.

So we’ll see. I’m going to use these products tomorrow, my “Best of the Best” set: Shampoo, Smoothie, Hair Milk & Hair Butter. I’ll let’cha know, good or bad, what I think.

6 thoughts on “Late Night HSN Purchase of Carol’s Daughter Products

  1. Those t.v. hosts really are good. The last time I put QVC on late at night I ended up with a whole box of Richard Simmons DVDs. Couldn’t cancel the order fast enough, so, of course, they shipped and I had to pay to send them back.

  2. Good luck, maybe they will work great for you, but I wish I could say the same. Afetr hearing so much about Carol’s Daughter, and reading the reviews I ordered the Black vanilla shampoo and leave in conditioner, lisa’s hair elixir and the hair butter. I was very disappointed with the hair elixir, it say’s it prevents breakage but my hair started shedding even more once using it and cuse my scalp to have thick scaly dandruff.

    The black vanilla leave in conditioner was nothing but scented water and the shampoo was OKAY, but nothing too scream from the roof tops about. I was at least satisfied with the hair butter, it made my hair very soft. But beware, Her products are not all natural like she calims.

  3. Holly – don’t I know, girlfriend. I’m right with ya.

    Kia – I’ve got 1 more day to work with them. I wash generally every other day, and I’m on Day 2 now.

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