Long Hair, Definitely​ Care

Hello again!

Today, I’m going to talk to you about something that I try to spend as little time as possible on: My hair. My hair care routine has always been very minimal. I hate blowdrying and using heat to style my hair. Truthfully, I even didn’t always brush my hair as much as I should have. I was always the type of person who rolled out of bed, ran my hands through my hair, and left the house.  When I was eight, my hair got so badly knotted that the hairdresser had to cut my very first and very last bob. Now that I’m trying to take better care of myself and my body, I’ve decided that it’s time to focus a little bit more on my hair.

Since I’ve been blessed with relativly easy hair, my biggest struggle in my own laziness. I don’t color my hiar (which is my laziness’s only saving grace), so I mostly just focus on using a good shampoo and conditioner. My scalp is actually pretty sensitive and certain shampoos lead to an unpleasant and itchy problem. Today, I’m here to recommend two products that are my saving grace.

  1. Briogeo Scalp Revival Charcol + Coconut Micro-Exfloiating Shampoo: This product is only available at Sephora or the brand’s website, which usually implies one thing: a large price tag. This product isn’t cheap, which is why it’s so surprising that it found it’s way into my shower. It runs at about $5.25 an ounce, which is something I’m willing to way to have a shampoo that deep cleans my scalp without causing irritation. This isn’t your every day (or even every other!) shampoo. It’s a scalp treatment and depending on your styling product use or scalp, it should only be used once or twice a week. I use this product on targeted area that I don’t feel get clean enough with oridinary shampoo, so I use maybe a nickel sized amount each time. This product will last my months and I will certainly repurchase it again.
    Price: $42.00 / Size: 8oz.
  2. Eva NYC Therapy Session Hair Mask: I’ve owned this product for about six months and I’ve barely made an impact on the container. This product is on the other side of the price spectrum as it is roughly $.089 per an ounce. It is also frequently on sale at Ulta, which is how I purhcased my container 50% off. I wet my hair while in the shower, apply this to the ends, and wait a few monutes before rinsing it off.  Then I achieve soft and manageable hair. A hair of mine came to stay with me and I forced her to try this mask. She blow dries and styles her hair every single day and it made her hair touchably soft.  I would recommend this mask to everyone.
    Price: $14.99 / Size: 16.9 oz

This are my two must have hair products. I’m still looking for the best dry shampoo. What hair masks and treatments do you swear by? Share in the comments down below!

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