Pantene For All Hair Types

Pantene now has shampoos  and conditioners for all hair types. You can learn what your hair type is by using one or all of their four customized tests. and then what shampoo to use to keep your hair treated as it should be.

Previously, hair was analyzed as single fibers or at the bulk hair level, overlooking the intermediary step — studying hair at the multi-fiber, three-dimensional level — a critical factor in product performance that influences how ingredients work on hair. With this new understanding of hair at three critical levels: single fiber, bulk, and multi-fiber arrangements, Pantene researchers identified four distinct hair structures: fine, medium/thick, curly, and color-treated — and changed its entire approach to product design.

I was chosen to be a Patentologist and I took my job seriously researching, studying  and analyzing the hair types of my family. In fact, the power went to my head and I turned into a Mad Scientist.

Luckily my family was able to calm me down and get me to work. I used the tools provided and studied if my mother and two daughters had Fine, Medium-Thick, Curly, or Colored hair.

You can do your own tests with no fear of being afraid of the Patenotologist. Do you own Personal Hair Care Analysis Online sponsored by Pantene.

Once you learn your hair type, then you can purchase the New Pantene shampoo and conditioner that works best for you. New Pantene products are available at your local store. You can also get a free sample from Pantene.

The Pantene Scientific Hair Test kit and a $25 Walmart gift card were provided by Pantene through MyBlogSpark.

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  1. Oh what 33 and I loved your whole presentation…give us more. I remember back in my childhood all the different hairstyles that we had available to us. The curls, oh the fantastic curls look was so hot. Thanks for making me reminence about the 70’s


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