It’s been a while since I haven’t written on the blog, but the reason is very solid: my laptop suddenly died, its hard drive almost literally “cracked”, and I’ve never been able to recover anything from my laptop. But nothing! Actually not me, but the IT specialist who even now can not explain how I managed to destroy my laptop in such a plight. Me … not even that!
Finally, let’s jump to the good part and I want to show and tell you a little about the products I prefer for my hair care. Mine is naturally curly, it doesn’t get greasy very quickly, the hair is fairly thick, but very rebellious in the sense that if I just wash and dry it simply without straighteninhg it, it will look like a broom. 🙂
- Avalon Organics Shampoo – I bought iton iHerb site that needs no introduction, most of you know about his popularity. Since I’ve bought it, I used it at each wash and I really like it. I bought it because my scalp has problems because of seborrheic dermatitis. It contains organic ingredients extracted from tea tree, peppermint, eucalyptus and chamomile. It also helps me alleviate itching and flaking, besides the fact it is relaxing and refreshing. In conclusion, it is a very good shampoo for me and on the website you can find other versions of the same brand. You can find it on the iHerb site priced at $ 8.47.
- Macadamia Deep Repair Masque – I have loved this hair mask since first uses and I have already repurchased it 3 times. It is a product obtained from oil extracted from Macadamia nuts. I started using it when my hair damaged due to frequent use of hair straightener. It is a miracle hair mask, and it does what it promises: nourishes hair, so I do not feel it dry and has not burned and split peaks, it gives shine and it is healthy for its entire length. I found on the Internet some interesting information about macadamia oil, namely that this oil alone is about the same pH as the human sebum. I recommend this mask, despite the high price, about 120 RON for 120 ml.
- Moroccanoil – another product divine hair product that gives a healthy sheen and arrange rebel hairs. I love the smell, it quickly penetrates hair and does not get greasy. It lasys well, I have a bottle of 100ml which I have already been using for eight months and I have pretty much of the bottle. Once every two weeks I add a few drops in the natural hair mask I prepare myself and which I am going to explain about in a future post (it does wonders to me). This product is also quite expensive, around 200 RON.
- Revlon’s Liss Hair – a straightening balm, a professional product recommended by my hairdresser and I have never regretted buying. It provides and ensures curly and rebellious hair control. I apply iy before using hair straightener because it protects hair from heat. Although it has a creamy consistency, it does not get the hair greasy, moreover, it gives it a touch of freshness.
- John Frieda’s Frizz Ease Dream Curls – it is a product that I have longed fort when, at the insistence of my husband, “I rediscovered” the pleasure of wearing curls. It is designet for naturally curly or frizzy hair to define curls, combined of course with the marvelous hair curler or a hairdryer. A minus of this product would be it finishes quickly because it is used daily to refresh curls and it cannot be bought in Romania.
- Coconut & Hibiscus Curl & Style milk – another product that I use when I want to wear curls and that I apply at the hair ends in small amounts, before Frizz Ease Dream Curls that I have previously talked about. It contains coconut oil, silk protein and neem oil. I love this styling cream that moisturizes my hair, silk protein strengthens and reduce breakage and neem oil gives shine. It smells nice of coconut and after I apply it I can easily style my hair. Unfortunately, this product too is not available in Romania, so I ordered it on e-bay somewhere in the UK (if you are interested you can drop me a letter to give you details).
- Tigi Bed Head Foxy Curls – a good product that I also use for curls styling. Unlike those described above, it gives curls higher resistance in time, which I also made them with a hair curler and it prevents static. Although it is good as a styling product, it leaves hair easy messy and applying a larger amount it shows as if I have a white powder on my hair.
- Batiste – dry shampoo – it doesn’t need any introduction, you already know about it from countless articles on the Internet. I love it even more because my husband uses it and he is usually quite reserved when it comes to my care products. The product is new to me, but it does its job well and it deserves every cent. I use it when I’m running out of time and my hair tends to get greasy.
Have you used any of these products or are you tempted by? I would be happy to read about your experiences.