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May 2, 2018 / Posted by:

The original Herbal Essence hippie goddess!

Clairol created Herbal Essence shampoo and conditioner (now called Herbal Essences) in 1971, and to market it, they used a luscious-haired cartoon nymph who lived in an enchanted forest and bathed in an ethereal lake around butterflies and doves who would gently place a flower crown on top of her freshly washed locks. I 100% believe that Lana Del Rey had her bathroom done up like an enchanted forest and that she paid thousands of dollars for trained doves to gently place a flower crown on her head after washing her locks in her bathtub surrounded by flowers. And she did all of that because she wants to be the Herbal Essence goddess of the 70s so badly.

The original scent of Herbal Essence was supposed to smell like the crotch nectar of Mother Nature. Just pure herbs and nature! Judging by this gorgeous commercial, sniffing Herbal Essence would’ve gotten you so goddamn stoned that you’d think your shower was the Garden of Eden and that fucking birds were crowning you Princess Eve.

Throughout the years, Clairol has changed the scent, marketing, and bottle of Herbal Essence a few times. I’m not sure when the cartoon hippie goddess was replaced, but it was obviously before the 90s. Because in the 90s, Clairol pushed Herbal Essences as fruit-scented hair lube that’ll send a jizz-inducing bolt from your head down to your body (and yes, that’s Buster Bluth in that link).

As for what happened to the cartoon hippie goddess, you can find her and her flower crown twirling ever year amongst the lessers at Coachella.

Pic: The Vintage Traveler 

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