Tammy Goodson of CurlyChics

You know that old girlfriend you see every now and then in passing? You say hello, exchange numbers and promise to catch up soon but never do? For no other reason than being caught up in life. No bad feelings, just not enough time in the day to keep up with everything you’d like to. Sometimes products are like that old friend. Here are 6 reasons to catch up!


1. You can’t remember the results from last time
You have so many products at your disposal, you cannot recall the last time you used the product much less what the results were. Perhaps it was favorable but who knows? This is a good opportunity to get reacquainted and more importantly document the encounter.

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2. By Default – You’ve run out of your normal/go to products
After careful review of your arsenal, you discover you neglected to re-up on your staple product(s). Instead of panicking, treat this unfortunate circumstance into lucky happenstance and revisit that jar in the back of the shelf.

3. You’re feeling adventurous
Maybe you have some time on your hands and want to push the hair envelope. It is almost like trying a new product – depending on how long it’s been since your last rendezvous.

4. The season has changed
Certain products are climate friendly in nature. If you adjust your hair care regimen with the quarterly rotation change of the earth then it’s time to re-familiarize your coils with an oldie but goodie.

5. You’re feeling nostalgic
Perhaps you opened the somewhat familiar jar and the scent took you back to a place in time. Go ahead and reminisce on old times and embrace the good feelings that come with it.

6. The product has been reformulated
You remember why you didn’t purchase any more of this product; the manufacturer changed the formulation much to your disappointment. You liked the old version and you still happen to have a bottle left.




When was the last time you played catch up with an old product and why?

Sharing hairstories and life experiences from a curl’s perspective. Find Tammy at her blog, Curlychics, on Twitter, and Facebook.