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Do Ted Gibson Hair Sheets Really Work?

Posted Jun 02 2009 4:02pm

DeAnn’s disinterested… I saw Ted Gibson Styling Hairsheets and figured it’s kind of worthless product. What do the Beauty Brains say: gimmick or goody? paul-rudd-naked-sheets-thumb

The Right Brain responds:
Normally I wouldn’t give a “sheet” about a product like this, but after doing a little research I’m going to say that while hair sheets might be a gimmick, it’s not necessarily a bad one.

Ted Gibson Hair Sheets

For those of you who aren’t familiar with this product, it’s towelette designed to be used as “on the go” touch up conditioner. It consists of a non-woven fabric towelette saturated with a water based solution of the several conditioning ingredients including: Hydrolyzed Collagen, Cetrimonium Chloride, Amodimethicone/Cetrimoniumcholride, and Steartrimonium Chloride. It’s essentially like a dilute leave in conditioner.

Are they worth it?

At $25 for 10. it seems very steep. If you have the need for a travel product or like to touch up your fly aways during the day, then this product will certainly deliver this kind of functionality. Whether or not it’s worth the money is up to you to decide. We don’t mind paying more for products that really work and these Ted Gibson Styling Hairsheets certainly stand out in the market as a unique way to deliver conditioning.

The Beauty Brains bottom line

This product doesn’t claim to do anything that it can’t technically deliver. Maybe sometimes it’s worth paying more for a specialty product that offers an added benefit in the form of portability or convenience. We’d put Ted Gibson Hair sheets in that category. (But it’s still kind of pricey!)

What do YOU think? Do you need on the go conditioning and would you pay more to get it? Or do you have any DIY tricks to more your conditioner more portable? Leave a comment for the rest of the Beauty Brains community.

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