The Nashi Filler Therapy Treatment & the difference it made to my hair
About a month ago, when I arrived in London, my hair-stylist friend Kara Thomas, Senior Director at Hiromiyoshi Salon in Mayfair, had arranged a pleasant surprise for me - the Nashi Filler Therapy Treatment for reconstructing and restoring dying and damaged hair. What I really liked about the product was that besides its reconstructing properties, it was completely natural and free of chemicals and left my hair softer and tangle-free. Following the salon treatment, I have been using the Nashi Filler Therapy Shampoo and Conditioner at home with great results - my hair feels much softer and suddenly more manageable! As soon as I apply the conditioner, it leaves the hair instantly soft and tangle-free and after combing it with my hands a few times, I rinse it and don't bother to comb it at all for the rest of the day!
For those of you who haven't heard of Nashi, it is an Italian brand of beauty products completely free of formulations such as sulphates, phosphates or parabens. The Nashi Filler Therapy has Collagen that gives strength to the hair, Keratin which is protein for the hair, Phyto Stem Cells that are antioxidants and have rejuvenating properties, and Elastin which is a highly elastic protein that allows hair to resume its shape after stretching or contracting.
This is the video of the treatment, shot at Hiromiyoshi Salon, Mayfair, London. I have to admit that when I arrived at the salon, I was completely jet-lagged, not having slept for the previous two nights, and without makeup and camera, which makes this post and the following video as natural as possible. We shot on my iPhone and I think it worked out pretty well. Thanks to Mr. Yucem Salih, the head of Marketing for Nashi U.K., for waiting on me, as I got my hair cut and colored by Kara! Thank you dear Kara - I love my new style and the other day a friend commented that it has been my best style ever!
Note: The name of Mr. Yucem Salih in the video has wrongly been written as Mr. Engin, my apologies - this will be taken care of asap!