Top tresses: Three hair products to try this month
Although I do miss my extensions, I do have to say that I’ve really been into the easy maintenance of just my normal hair.
It’s so nice to fully wash my hair, run my fingers over my scalp, and best of all, drying time is cut down considerably. Truthfully, it’s almost like I have this newfound appreciation and excitement for my natural hair. I mean, I didn’t need extensions, and it’s really nice to have a break from them (with that being said, I’ll probably get them in again one day).
Anyways, I have always been excited to get in new hair products since just like skincare, there are so many items out there that help to nourish and make your hair look healthy and happy (yes, you can have happy hair :P).
If you’re looking for a little hair treat, then keep reading..
L’Oreal Paris Ever Pure Brass-Toning Purple Shampoo and Conditioner
I really loved the original L’Oreal Paris Ever Pure Blonde Shampoo and Conditioner, so when they released their new Brass-Toning Purple Shampoo and Conditioner (C$10.99), I knew I would love it.
Unlike the other version that is also for blondes, this one is a true purple shampoo and conditioner, not a lilac-coloured one. Both of these are deep purple and are designed to instantly neutralize brassiness and yellow-toned blondes, leaving you with longer lasting and brighter colour.
These products are actually the first sulfate-free brass-toning haircare system and is suitable for blonde, bleached, silver, and highlighted hair. The formula also is sulfate free, vegan, and non stripping.
I’ve been using this since I got it back in April and have really enjoyed how it’s made my blonde look. I recently got my hair coloured, so it was the perfect timing to use this and my colour has not gotten brassy or yellow in tone at all since I’ve started using it. I have a few other purple shampoos and conditioners by salon brands as well and find that I don’t notice a difference. At $10.99 you can’t go wrong with these.
Avon Live Out Loud Hair Fragrance
I have a million and one perfumes, but not very many hair fragrances.
I only wash my hair twice a week, so although I use a lot of dry shampoo, sometimes my locks tend to smell a little bad after a few days of not washing them and working out. Enter Avon’s Live Out Loud Hair Fragrance (C$14.99).
This light fragrance mist is specially formulated for hair and is designed to add a delicious scent without weighing your hair down. In case you aren’t familiar with their Live Out Loud perfume, it’s a scent with notes of sweet wild strawberry, sparkling mimosa, and fluffy vanilla, and yes, it smells just as amazing as it sounds.
I love the idea of a hair fragrance since it’s an innovative and fun way of wearing a scent.
Arbonne TrueStyle Anti-Frizz Dry Oil
Have dry or frizzy hair? Then give Arbonne’s new TrueStyle Anti-Frizz Dry Oil (C$38) a shot.
This product features pequi oil to help minimize the look of frizz, as well as sustainably-sourced baobab to moisturize hair. Apply this to damp hair to leave it looking and feeling soft, sleek, and healthy.
In addition to taming frizz, this serum also provides thermal heat protection, added shine, and a nice scent thanks to natural botanicals and essential oils. The formula is also cruelty free, and silicone, paraben, and sulfate free and is formulated with plant-based proteins. Use this on straight or frizzy hair. It is also perfect for blowouts and heat styling.
Although Arbonne recommends using it on wet or damp hair, I have also found it helps to tame frizz even when your hair is dry. I like using it on my hair after a workout if I’m not washing it to help nourish and tame any frizziness.
I’ve really been enjoying incorporating these products into my haircare routine. Even if I’m only washing it twice a week, I have found that the oil and the fragrance have helped breathe some new life into my tresses, so you wouldn’t even know what I’m rocking four-day-old hair.
Have have been your favourite hair care products lately?
Please note, products sent by PR. All opinions are my honest own.
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