BOCA RATON, FL, August 29, 2011 –
Zelo, a professionally formulated keratin smoothing and straightening system designed exclusively for home use, is excited to be a part of the Military Shopping Channel.com (MSC) launch on Sept. 1, 2011.
MSC is an online retailer providing an interactive way for active and retired military personnel and their family members to purchase their favorite products at a discounted price. Featured products will include: Zelo Ultimate Hair Straightening Kit, Zelo Hair Straightening Kit Duo, as well as Zelo Keratin Shampoo (salt and sulfate free) and Intensive Care Conditioner Duo on the new online channel.
As a product committed to improving the lives of consumers by providing safe, professional grade hair straightening at an affordable price, Zelo is proud to be involved in Military Shopping Channel’s debut.
Produced by John Cremens, previously a host on theHome Shopping Network (HSN), MSC is not just a shopping haven dedicated to giving military personnel access to familiar products and helping military families see their dollar go further.
MSC is also an entertainment hub providing a wealth of information about products available for purchase well as unique programming. Many familiar celebrities, designers, and product experts will be hosting shows, including Montel Williams, former naval officer, as well as Martha Stewart and Frankie Avalon. Zelo will be highlighted in a series of clips hosted by “G.I. Jordan” Jordan Maltezo, Army SPC, model, cosmetologist, mother of three, and devoted user of Zelo professional grade keratin products.
Appearing on the Military Shopping Channel.com adds to the growing success of Zelo since their initial product launch on the Home Shopping Network (HSN) in March of 2011. Zelo has been featured in the Time for Me Catalog, had a sellout showing on HSN in July of 2011, and will again be featured on HSN at 11 p.m. on Sept. 6, 2011.
If you are a military member or related to an active or retired military member, visit the Military Shopping Channel.com at http://www.militaryshoppingchannel.com to register, shop, and save.
To view the complete press release, please click here.
Question: What can I add to my ends so they won’t look dry?
One of the most widespread hair battles we all encounter at least once in a lifetime has to do with the ends of our hair. Whether it’s ends drying out and creating unwanted frizz, split ends, or breakage – we all deal with it. This is because as we style, brush, whip our hair back and forth, you name it – the very ends of our hair have seen the most tress stress.
Check out three of our tips for keeping your ends looking fresh!
Trim Your Ends Regularly
It is recommended you get your ends cut at least every six to eight weeks, so if you find yourself fretting over dried and split ends, take a peek at your calendar and try to remember your last trim.
Condition Like It’s Your Job
Conditioning is important – but how you condition is more important. If your ends are looking bad, consider adding conditioner to your ends in the shower before you shampoo, let it sit for five minutes, and then shampoo and conditioner as you usually do. Also, consider adding a weekly moisturizing hair mask to your beauty regimen. Check out our earlier post on avocado recipes for hair to get some inspiration.
Use a Gloss
When all else fails, adding a little bit of hair gloss, such as Zelo’s Velvet Gloss, will add shine to ends and make them look less dry. Be careful to only use a little, because most glosses are very thick and just a little bit will go a long way.