I very seldom talk about hair here as it is an area that I am pretty unskilled in. My hair routine is pretty simple: wavy, straight or up in either a bun or a ponytail. Sometimes, a braid. Anyways, with that said, I do have some favourite hair products so in keeping with my National Blog Posting Month Challenge madness, I thought I’d share them with you today. Side note – I’m pretty darn impressed I’ve been keeping up with this despite getting sick on day one! Thank goodness I was prepared, that’s all I’ve got to say! Anyways, let’s take a look at three of my favourite hair products!
Marc Anthony | Hydrating Coconut Oil & Shea Butter Curl Cream
My hair is naturally curly/wavy so this is by far the most essential product to my hair routine. On most days I just throw a bit of the Marc Anthony Hydrating Coconut Oil & Shea Butter Curl Cream and let it air dry. This helps tame frizz, defines my natural curls and overall makes my hair feel healthier! I can’t say enough great things about this product! Continue reading
Hi guys! I recently received my second Ipsy Glam Bag in the mail! I saw that it was shipping and kind of forgot about it, so it was a bit of a surprise when I saw it sitting in my mailbox. It arrived shockingly fast! Despite lots of emails from Ipsy tempting me to look at sneak peaks, I stayed away and let it be a surprise. If you would like to see my previous Ipsy Bag you can check it out here!
Let’s dive into what I got this month… Continue reading
Hi guys! When it comes to haircare I am a creature of habit. Once I find products that I like, I stick with them as long as they continue to work well. I have curly hair which when left un-tamed leans on the frizzy side. Basically, what I need in a hair product is something that tames the frizz and gives me soft natural looking curls/waves without a lot of fuss.
Favourite Shampoo/Conditioner: Joico Smooth Cure
I’ve been using the shampoo and conditioner from this line for quite some time now. I find it really helps keep my hair smooth and has greatly reduced some of the frizz. I also find that when I straighten my hair (which is rare) that it ends up looking more polished and is less likely to go frizzy. Continue reading