Khairpep Launch Event

Last Monday I attended the launch event for a new hair care treatment, Khairpep Transforme at Blondes to Brunettes in Prahran.


The salon is in such a beautiful area and not too hard to find. I might have to pop in for a trim or even just a blow wave when I’m in Melbourne next.


L-R: Two of the lovely girls from Razor Dolls on Chapel st, Yan from Yan Rafael hair and beauty in Elstenwick & Brian from Luxury Beauty Concepts

What is Khairpep?

Khairpep is a leave-in hair treatment, that repairs hair damaged by bleaching, colouring, straightening and perms. It contains K18Peptide and is clinically proven to; strengthen damaged hair, increase hair elasticity and makes hair more manageable & shinny.


Makeup artist, beauty blogger/Vlogger Hailey was the hair model for the day

The Khairpep Transforme masque is intended for thicker drier hair or hair with damaged ends, while the Khairpep Transforme serum is for fine hair, it’s light weight and adds body to your hair.

Both the masque and serum are available at selected salons as a treatment with your cut, colour or blow-wave. For best results it’s recommended that you repeat the treatment at home 2-4 applications. They retail for $79 each for 50ml of product. You use the tiniest amount for each application and it won’t rinse out the next time you shampoo (after an application), so it will last you a long time!

I know, you’re probably thinking that it’s a lot of money for a hair treatment, but Yan (who was at the event and owns Yan Rafael Hair & Beauty in Elsternwick) put it best when he said that if you pay a lot of money for handbags or to eat at a restaurant, so why not pay that bit more to take care of your hair?



Jane from Luxury Beauty Concepts welcoming everyone and introducing us to the Khairpep brand

I am yet to try the treatment out on my own hair, but I will be posting updates/results on my blog as soon as I do. My mum is keen to try it too…and my sis!


Priceline Hair goody bag 2014 + Mini Haul

Last Thursday I picked up the Priceline Hair goody bag 2014, the minimum spend to receive this ‘goody bag’ was $40 (spent on participating brands, see the pic below). I picked up some hair care products that I needed and a couple of other things, while I was there.

Priceline releases 3 goody bags (Gift with purchase) each year. The first one for the year is Hair Care and the other two, Makeup/Beauty and Skin care will be released later in the year.

The Priceline hair goody bag for this year was released on the 13th of February and will be available until  February 24th (or until stocks last)

Priceline hair goody bag 2014

 What I got in my bag (products & shades may vary)

Priceline hair goody bag 2014

Scrunci Bun maker– My hair isn’t long enough to use this yet, so I’m not sure whether I’ll keep it for when it is long enough or just give it to my sis.

Tony & Guy Cleanse shampoo for Brunette hair 250ml– This will definitely get used, as I have brown hair…but it will be a back up because I bought this and the conditioner to make up the $40 to get the bag! haha

Batiste dry shampoo 50ml Tropical scent– I love Batiste dry shampoo and the scent smells nice and summery!

Schwarzkopf Push-Up Volume express mousse treatment 125ml– My hair is dead straight and fairly fine, so I was excited to receive this in my bag. I have tried many volumising products, but am yet to find one that really impresses me.

Colour Xtreme Hair art 75ml in White– I was interested in this product, but disappointed in the colour! White…really? I a guess with some stencils it may look okay, but if I just use it streaked through my hair it will look like I have grey hair!

L’Oreal Elnett satin Extreme hold hair spray 75ml– I know this hair spray is popular among beauty bloggers/vloggers, but I haven’t actually tried it myself. I don’t currently have any hair spray because my hair has been too short to style. Now that my hair is a little longer, it will come in handy. It’s small enough can to put in my bag too!

John Frieda Precision foam colour after-colour conditioner 50ml (sample size)– This was the only product in the bag that is a sample size! The rest of the products you can buy (in the same size) at Priceline. I haven’t coloured my hair in years, but I do remember how soft the after colour conditioners made my hair, so I may still use it.

Pantene 3 Minute Miracle treatment 15ml tube– You can buy this at Priceline, but only in a pack of three. It says it’s for severely damaged hair, which mine isn’t so I will probably give it to my sis or someone else in my family that will use it.

John Frieda Frizz Ease extra strength serum 24ml– Like I said earlier, my hair is dead straight, so it doesn’t need to be ‘de-frizzed’. I think I will be giving this to my mum because she sometimes complains of frizzy hair (hope she doesn’t mind me saying!)

3 hair dye vouchers- I’m not planning to dye my hair any time soon, so I will be giving them to one of my cousins or aunty to use. Two of the vouchers are for two different full-sized hair dyes! (no purchase necessary) I thought that was pretty impressive! The other voucher is for $10 off on John Frieda Salon quality colour.

Priceline hair goody bag 2014

Tony & Guy Cleanse shampoo for Brunettes
Tony & Guy Cleanse conditioner for Brunettes
John Frieda Sleek finish cushion brush
Essence eyebrow designer (pencil) in 02 Brown
Limited edition Batiste summer trio with bonus sleep mask
Halle by Halle Berry Pure Orchid EDP 100ml (not pictured because it was for my mum’s birthday)

Have you picked up the Priceline hair goody bag 2014? or are you planning to?