Mumbai: Actress Sonam Kapoor wants young girls to move ahead from those things that are not working best for them and says that this holds true for shampoos too.
Sonam, who has joined hands with beauty brand L'Oréal Paris Advanced haircare's campaign 'Change your Shampoo, Change your Hair', wants to advise all young girls that "it's not only about relationships but correct things that work for you".
'Change your Shampoo, Change your Hair' is L'Oréal Paris's new style mantra for the season and has been backed by its three ambassadors: Sonam Kapoor, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan and Katrina Kaif.
"Honestly the reason why I decided to do this campaign because I loved the idea of finding the correct fit for you and trying to find things that works best for you," Sonam told IANS about her involvement with the campaign.
"I wanted to give advise to all the young girls out there that its not only about relationships but correct things that work for you. We have a tendency of getting stuck to something that we know rather than finding something that actually makes us feel good. And the same thing goes for shampoos," she added.
The campaign was unveiled with Sonam's bold and sassy take on break-ups and bad relationships.
Speaking on this one-of-a-kind video, Sonam said: "I strongly feel that with any relationship, with people or for that matter, your shampoo, there is no point holding on if it doesn't make you happy.
"The message is simple. It's time Indian women stop compromising and living with bad hair days."