This winds up the fourth in an initial Brand Ambassador review. Will post more as they are available. Please, stay tuned.
(1) Style Link Heat Buffer (8.5 Fl Oz)
(1) Style Link Smooth Setter (4 Fl Oz)
(1) Style Link Turbo Dryer (6.25 Fl Oz)
(1) Style Link Volume Builder (8.4 Fl Oz)
Style Link Heat Buffer
Heat Buffer does just that. It acts as a buffer between your possibly fragile tresses and a hot blow dryer. But, it's more than that. It also leaves those tresses with a beautiful shine.
Style Link Smooth Setter
Smooth Setter is a smoothing cream and smells better than all of the products that we've perused. It does what it's supposed to do without weighing your hair down. Your hair stays in place and is left with a nice, satin-y finish.
Style Link Turbo Dryer
Turbo Dryer speeds up drying time, which can be really helpful when there are toddlers clinging to your hemline, a sloppy briefcase waiting for your retrieval and a towel on your head and it's five minutes until the time that you have to be there.
Style Link Volume Builder
The Volume Builder is a mousse. Simply put a dot into your palm and work it through wet or dry tresses. Easy to use. Results are fast. Smells great.
Matrix can be purchased at select salons and online outlets.
Matrix is the leading manufacturer of haircare products for the professional salon industry in North America. It manufactures and markets shampoo, haircolor, styling and hair care products sold exclusively through beauty salons. Its product line includes several popular brands, such as Biolage, SoColor, Opticurl and Amplify, which are distributed in 80,000 hair salons throughout the U.S.
In 1999, Matrix had sales of $342 million, with North America accounting for approximately 90 percent of its total sales. Its products are also distributed in Europe primarily in the U.K., Italy and Scandinavia, as well as Australia. Matrix currently employs approximately 1,000 people.
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