Function of Beauty is a customized shampoo and hair care line, but before I go on with the details of the product, didn’t I already have you at the cute personalized bottles?! 🙂
Founded by an MIT engineer, MIT computer scientist and cosmetic scientist, Function of Beauty is formulated with natural ingredients free of sulfates, parabens, phthalates and GMO’s.
Based on your hair goals and personal preference of fragrance, a shampoo and conditioner is formulated specifically for you. All you do is go to www.functionofbeauty.com and fill out a short questionnaire. The questionnaire asks you about your current hair type and what you are trying to achieve. After it’s all said and done you end up with: 1) Customized shampoo and conditioner formulated to meet your hair goals. 2) The product in the cutest customized bottles. 3) Detailed information of all ingredients used to create your product. 4) A personalized hair care regimen based on your hair profile.
Obviously, I think this is such a genius idea so when Function of Beauty reached out to me asking me to help them build brand awareness I immediately agreed.
The site is extremely user friendly, the customer service is amazing and the product, well, is a function of YOU.
Of course as soon as I got all of the details about the personalized product I wanted to share the love with you so the FOB team agreed to provide a free set of shampoo and conditioner to one of my sweet readers! 🙂
I am giving away a set of shampoo and conditioner to one lucky winner so if you aren’t already following me on Instagram, find me now! All you have to do is complete the 3 steps below!
1. Follow me @style_lynn
2.Like the Function of Beauty photo that I have posted
3.Follow them @functionofbeauty
**for an extra entry tag a friend
Winner will be announced Wednesday, June 8th.
I can’t wait for you to experience the fun ordering process yourself and to hear what you think about the product.
As always, thank you so much for reading!
**Sponsored Post: This is a sponsored post. Thoughts and opinions are 100 % my own.