Review: Parnevu Hair Care Products


“Parnevu T-Tree Oil products are uniquely formulated to promote growth, prevent hair breakage, repair split ends, and eliminate dry scalp, leaving you hair healthy, vibrant and strong. Parnevu Extra-Dry products are a complete line of salon-quality, styling and maintenance products formulated to fight the effects of extremely dry hair and scalp.” ~ from Parnevu

Continue on to read my review of three Parnevu products I tried!


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Here is a picture of my hair that my sister took while we were in Mexico this summer. I’ve since gotten a hair cut so the ends are less straggly looking. The humidity makes my hair look more wavey than it usually is, which was delightful.

It’s hard to tell unless you’re up close, but my hair is pretty darn damaged so I’m looking forward to seeing the changes Parnevu bring to my hair.

I plan on posting another picture once I’ve fully used all the products so you can see the changes.

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For review, I received three products from Parnevu featured in the picture to the right. From left to right to products are: a leave in conditioner, a shampoo and a break control serum. 

My hair has traditionally been in good health, but for the past serval years, it’s been dry, fragile and full of breakage and split ends. I was excited for the opportunity to review Parnevu’s products to help heal my hair.

Side note, isn’t my shower curtain fun? It’s the back drop in the picture to the right.

parnevu t-tree  break control maegal

The T-Tree Break Control product, according to the packaging, helps stop breakage and prevent split ends. 

This product is a leave in treatment. It has a cream consistency and smells somewhat like t-tree oil. Don’t worry if you don’t like the smell of t-tree oil, it’s mild enough that would can’t really smell it much. It’s easy to apply to your hair, simply scoop out a dollap into your hands.


parnevu conditioner maegal

The Leave in Conditioner for extra-dry hair is formulated to, according to the package,  help prevent breakage, moisturize damage hair and deep conditioning therapy.

This product is a leave in conditioning treatment. It is a cream consistency, slightly blue in color. It smells slightly tropical, though less so than the shampoo. Like the t-tree break control product, it’s easy to apply by simply scooping out a dollap and running it through your hands.

parnevu shampoo maegal

The Salon Shampoo for extra-dry hair, as the packaging states, is formulated to remove buildup, prevent breakage and it contains natural oils to leave hair moist, soft and silky.

This product is a shampoo. It is slightly pink in color and smells rather tropical with hints of coconut, citrus and flowers. It’s pretty strong in the shower, but once your hair is dry, it leaves a nice, subtle scent. In fact my boyfriend told me my hair smelled good after showing using this shampoo.







All in all, I really have enjoyed these products. Convienietly, I ran out of shampoo the day I got these products in the mail. I have been using the shampoo every time I wash my hair as well as the leave in conditioner and I have been using the break control product a couple times a week. If you have dry or damaged hair, I would certainly recommend you try these products. I am actually starting to notice a different in my hair. It does seems to be healthier looking and feeling.

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I haven’t quite finished all the products yet, so I intend on having them be the first in a new series I intent to start where I briefly revisit products that I have completed or had more time to try out and share my opinions on how I view the product/ use it now. (These will be products I already liked and review and just want to re-share with you all because I enjoyed them.)

Question: Which product would you most like to try from Parnevu?

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