Go to the market, try shopping for a …say bottle of shampoo and then tell me, do you really believe its fun having so many choices? Has our life improved by these?
First the dilemma of the brand. I decided I would pick looking at the company….hmnn P&G is good, so is HLL, hmnn and so are many others…..Plus one company has more than one brand. Uh..
Ok now you narrow down to particular brand based on any considerations….price or whatever (I go by the appearance or even the fragrance at times..heh heh. Makes a funny site in a store…a looney girl sniffing into shampoo bottles. Thats why I like shopping at less crowded hours). but the confusion doesn’t end here.
Which one of the many types now….hmnn lets see now is my hair just dry? Or is it dull and dry? Or dry and damaged? Dry and frizzy?? I guess all of the above options….oh but I also need volume, bounce and shine….oh is there one which combines all the goodies?? And the strength……too. Plus not to mention the split ends…(By now my head is split too) Plus just the shaft is dry….the scalp is like an oil mine in the middle east.
Lets go by the contents. Egg is good for the hair..lets buy this one. But isn’t olive oil good too? And wheatgerm? And lemon? And Rose hips? uh rose hips? REALLY? Amla? Oh ya my granny will swear by that one. Water of xxx spring? Oh now where else will my hair get THAT?
By the end of it I want to pull out my hair. But that will defeat the purpose of buying a nice shampoo. Probably I should buy a strengtening shampoo. So that my urge (or anybody else’s) to pull out my hair won’t be successful.
So by the time I have purchased a bottle I know that
- I have wasted too much time
- I must try all the bottles in the range and chose the best amongst them.
- I am missing on MANY other nice herbs and whatevers for my hair by choosing the bottle I have chosen.
- I DON’T HAVE PRETTY HAIR….waaaaahhhhhhhh.