iGlow Hair Gel - Creates Its Own Light, Without Black Lights
IGLOW hair gel is fast getting a reputation as the coolest hair gel on the planet. Why?.. Well its creates its own light source for starters.Glows in Total darkness (or after sunset) or indoors for 4 -6 hours ... iGlow is a product that is entirely self illuminating , needs NO other light,no recharging, Ultraviolet, Black light... More about the actual glow effect and how this is acheived later in this article. What else makes it so special? Versatility. Thus far, the only other way you could use a Glow in the dark product indoors or out in TOTAL Darkness, was to use a Glow stick, (Toxic and sealed) ,or UV / Black Light activated items... ( switch off the UV, turn off the Glow!), A Blinky ( Battery operated, necklaces writsbands etc..) or rechargable item ( most are mainly toxic, and not meant for use on the skin) iGlow races ahead because of it emit its own light source , and very very cool to wear!. Is it Safe?. Absoloutley. The safety factor is another huge plus for iGlow. The product was specificly formulated for SAFE use on the skin and hair.Tested and approved to FDA and EU safety standards...non toxic, non allergenic, temporary, and the user just washes out after use. This is not a semi permanent dye product. iGlow coats the hair with luminous color, does not dye it. Therefore it is even safe for permed or bleached hair.Plus you dont have to wait for months for your natural hair color to return to normal! Seeing is believing?: A picture is worth a 1000 words as they say, well a video is worth a million.You can see the iGlow Video on www.metacafe.com/watch/530090/ How about pricing? ... Value for money?. I think the price is very fair... and so do tens of thousands of others. No more expensive than other Glow in the Dark products.. and a hell of a lot safer to use, fun to wear, and versatile. (Manufacturers recommended selling price of $.8.95 is quite reasonable for a gel that you can use all year round at raves, music festivals, halloween, xmas, on vacation, concerts or parties and the like. The Manufacturer website have a deal on at present, as an introductory offer... 4 iGlow packs for the price of three.) IGLOW Website: www.voltagehairgel.com i GLOW HAIR GEL - Product Glow Process Description i-GLOW HAIR GEL does not rely on UV, neon or black lights to create glow. Instead, it produces its own light! Tiny, microscopic particles in the gel come together in the mixing process to produce a bright colorful glow that can be seen in partial light and in the dark for at least 4 - 6 hours (technically, this incredible effect lasts more than 24 hours at a diminishing intensity of glow (luminence). The best thing is, while i-GLOW HAIR GEL is classified as a "temporary hair color" it does not actually color the hair cuticle. It "coats" the hair with color. The gel is the delivery medium for the luminescence (glow). This meanst is safe for color-treated or bleached hair when used as directed. In the case of colors blue and green, the gel is colorless both in the mixing container and on the hair under normal lighting conditions. Yellow and orange colors do show some color hues in the mixing container but when applied to hair in a lighted room the color mostly disappears because the concentration on the hair is lower. When lighting is reduced to about half-light or darker,all four colors show up brightly. Note: The manufacturers have introduced a "day tint" in the the product. So if you are wearing say Yellow, and you walk into a very bright area in a night club, or into daylight, where the glow will not be apparent, this day tint takes over, showing yellow straks in your hair. Move back in to shade /darkness, half light and the glow returns to full intensity. The i-GLOW HAIR GEL Gel's effect is activated when you first open the container and mix the contents as instructed using the provided applicator. Once activated, the glow will last for at least 4-6 hours. Each container is intended for one-time application but depending on the effect desired and amount of gel used, one container is typically enough for 2 people as a little "dab" will go a long way. Create 1 inch streaks or spikes of bright glowing color, or go all out with a full head coverage. Usage hint: Blow-drying hair for around 15 -20 seconds will increase the intensity of the brightness but shorten the duration of the glow. i-GLOW HAIR GEL is meant for short-term use only and should be washed out of the hair before going to bed. To remove i-GLOW HAIR GEL simply shampoo out. What are the plans for future improvements and new products to augment the iGlow user experience? There will soon be new colors released in 2007 (currently in test marketing mode) : Hot pink, Light Pink, White, Neon Green, Neon Blue. A body gel is also due for release. Ther is also a Glowing Sand waiting in the wings. (Actually a dry versiion of the Glowing gel. ) You can see the video of Glowsand at : www.metacafe.com/watch635460/ (Just copy and paste the above site links into your browser address window,and press enter, and you will be taken directly to the videos/sites in question) What can iGlow be used for ?: Huge number of uses: Spring Break events parties, raves, Major Music Festivals and concerts, Sports events,Fundrainsing, Nighclubs, Halloween, Fancy dress, on Vacation, Special fx in Movies (Horror and Science fiction makeup and set fx application) Music video visual fx, Advertising, Product launches, Venue theme lighting fx... New year and Xmas celebrations.. Mardi Gras...to name just a few ares of interest. iGlow personalises the user Glow in the Dark experience, creating a unique, eye catching look that will definitley get you noticed. A stunning new Glow concept that is now attracting rave reviews by the public and media alike in the USA and more recently on an international level. Not bad for a new product technology that has only been on the market for ess than 18 months, with no major publicity campaign... first conceived at a Rock Concert just over three and a half years ago. Check out the videos and judge for your self.
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~Other uses? Trivia Game, Truth or Dare, Lifehacks and NY '09 Resolutions, Chore Chart, Jewelry Organizer..... so much more...~ It's like XMas at Studio 54! "Pass the 'nog, Andy! Powdered sugar for my holiday cookies? No, Bianc... ~Other uses? Trivia Game, Truth or Dare, Lifehacks and NY '09 Resolutions, Chore Chart, Jewelry Organizer..... so much more...~ It's like XMas at Studio 54! "Pass the 'nog, Andy! Powdered sugar for my holiday cookies? No, Bianca, I think I'll pass....." I'll be honest. When it comes to advent calendars... well.... I'm a whore. Yes. I'm an advent calendar whore. I can't help it! It's not so much about the countdown for me as it is about all the little nooks and crannies and boxes and pouches containing treasures. I don't care if they're cheap, tacky, ridiculous treasures. The anticipation is delicious. "Yay, it's a new day! I wonder what piece of crap I get today?" I have been heard to trill as I leap and bound (well, roll and waddle) down the stairs every morning. (The fact that I am the only adult in the house and the one who restocked last season's calendar, and thus am in possession of the Crap 411 ie "What's Inside the Boxes," is something I choose to ignore. That's why I check early in the morning, before caffeine.) I love this one in particular because it has so many non-advent calendar usages. From creative party food display (fill the boxes with truffles or hors d'oeuvres, leaving some doors open so that people can see what's inside, and set it on the buffet), to a jewelry box (if you're very organized you can print up a list of what numbers correspond to which pieces and attach it to the back) or come up with a game (trivia or Memory perhaps?) to play at an event. Fun fashion pictures from the 80's (neon, jelly shoes, Aqua Net) that you print in pairs can go behind doors for a Memory-type game. Or type up baby questions or naughty sex truth-or-dare questions for a baby or bridal shower. How about putting a New Year's resolution or lifehack idea into each compartment and opening one a week in 2009? Or favorite quotes/relationship advice for an amazing wedding present? Whatever. It's all good. Or so says the whore.
Fill it with trivia questions and reuse for baby and bridal showers, for starters.... Or have your kids come up with a new game that utilizes this as a 3-D gameboard... Re-load it with applicable coupons, advice and a gift certifi... Fill it with trivia questions and reuse for baby and bridal showers, for starters.... Or have your kids come up with a new game that utilizes this as a 3-D gameboard... Re-load it with applicable coupons, advice and a gift certificate or two and you have a unique New Baby gift..... Put office co-workers' names in each box for Secret Santa picking.... Or just use it as an advent calendar. from the site: * Wood Advent Calendar * Includes 25 Doors * Accented with Hand-Painted Design * Christmas Theme * No Assembly Required * Dust with Dry Cloth * Overall Dimensions: 11.75"L x 7.25"W x 9"H