After months of promising some of you this blog post, I’m finally sharing my hair tips and tricks! I am no expert, but I have found what works great for me and I’m excited to share!
In December of 2018 I chopped my hair pretty short (for me at least), and I have been on a mission to keep it long and strong ever since (I just prefer my hair long).
My hair is super thick and curly/frizzy, so I do have to style it if I want it to look like the image above! But, I’ve found some ways to keep it healthy and undamaged along the way. I hope you find this helpful! xo
Ouai Repair Shampoo + Conditioner This line smells so good and has really helped the texture of my hair. My hair stylist noticed right away when I switched to these products! (The shampoo is hard to get your hands on right now, but the conditioner is in stock!)
Briogeo Scalp Revival Shampoo I use this when I experience any product build up (this happens to me more often in the winter when my hair and scalp are dry). It really helps to exfoliate the scalp!
Olaplex Hair Mask I use this a couple times a month. The directions say to leave in for 10 minutes, but I actually wear it as an overnight or 24 hour hair mask! It helps to keep my ends strong and my hair smooth.
Moroccanoil Treatment I use this every day after I shower for soft and shiny hair! This is what I use before I blow-dry as well (I haven’t found a heat protector that I love but I’m on the hunt).
Moroccanoil Curl Cream This is my favorite for when I wear my natural curls! I use some of the oil and then apply this cream for softer, less frizzy curls.
DryBar Double Shot Blow-Dryer Brush I’m actually waiting for mine to come in the mail and I cannot wait!! I used my sister’s a couple times and fell in love. I love the soft waves and shine I’m able to get from this. I’m not great at doing my hair, and this is easy to use!
That’s it! Nothing crazy or complex, just some simple tricks and a handful of products that have truly worked for me. My hair is definitely the healthiest it’s been in years after some patience and trial and error. I’ve found my routine and my go-to products, and for now I’m sticking to it! I hope this was helpful! xo
Apr 28, 2020