While I was thinking of new things to blog about, I realized that I’ve never actually shared my favorite hair products with you. As someone with very long and curly hair, I know how important a good routine is. Keep reading to find out some of my favorite products!
Moroccanoil Hydrating Shampoo and Conditioner: Yes, I can promise you that I do own those big containers that I’ve decided to show. The product is just that good, especially for my curls. Instead of weighing them down or making them look flat, this product does a great job boosting them. I’ll say this probably one million times when writing this post, but the shampoo and conditioner smell heavenly. It’s 100% worth the money; Moroccanoil products are so great and always leave my hair soft, clean, and smelling amazing!
SheaMoisture Leave-In Treatment: If you want to close your eyes and imagine that you’re on a tropical vacation, this leave-in treatment will help your daydreams. With its coconut and beach-like scent, this product helps rehydrate and restyle your hair. I love using this when my curls need a little bit of volume and protection from frizziness. This spray completely helps give your hair that freshly washed vibe when it’s been a couple of days. I can’t really speak to this as a treatment, but more of a replenishing spray; however, it’s strong and healthy ingredient (coconut oil) does help repair hair, so I’m sure it would be awesome to spray this after brushing through wet hair.
12 Benefits Spray: This is a miracle, do-it-all spray. Seriously. On the bottle, it claims that it “seals color, smoothes frizz, repairs damage, prevents split ends, moisturizes dry hair, strengthens fragile hair, prevents flat iron damage, protects from chlorine, wind, and sun damage, adds shine, softness, and a silky finish, protects from blow drying, improves texture and manageability, and has an anti-age formula that keeps hair youthful.” Yep, all that in one pink bottle. It’s the best, and it smells the best. Since it is pricey, one way to make it last is by pouring half of it into a separate container and then filling it back up with water. This seriously helps if you’re using it to respray hair and make it look better. Besides that, I usually reach for it as soon as I brush my hair and spray it in.
Are you sold on any of these products yet?
Here are their links so you can get your hands on them!
12 Benefits Spray
Talk to you soon!