I love doing haircare round ups. I am someone that overdoes it in the lock department. I color my hair. I style my hair. I ABUSE my HAIR… all for the sake of beauty. My poor strands. But I know that if you mistreat, you have to pamper. That’s why I am ALWAYS on the hunt for great new products to use while styling or mending. Here are 5 that you should know about:
Kerastase Baume Double Je (SRP: $37):
If you are looking for a styling product that offers medium hold then this is the balm for you. This half paste/half cream formula is workable and easy to use on both dry or damp hair.
• Long-Lasting Medium Hold
• Ultra Workable
• Adjustable Radiance
• Grants Texture
• Great for Bobs/Pixies
Pantene Pro-V Weekly Rehab Creme ($4.49)
Use it once a week and watch as it instantly renews your hair to create brilliant shine and long-lasting smoothness. Totally affordable too.
- With Mosa Mint Oil, the formula helps seal damaged cuticles and renew hairs surface.
- Specially formulated for use on color-treated hair.
Joico K Pak Revitaluxe Treatment ($20.25)
GUYS! I use this two times a week and I’ve had hair stylists ask me if I’ve had the keratin treatment done. It works. FOR REAL.
- Keratin amino acids 19 essential amino acids
- Bio mimetic peptides
- Indulge in ultimate luxury for dry and damaged hair
Huge fan of DRYBAR and their products. If you are looking for movement but still in need of some volume, check out this product.
Mai Tai Spritzer adds soft, beachy waves for a breezy look without the drying, damaging effects of seawater. This formula contains real sea salt, aloe, and algae to create just the right amount of grit, texture, and volume, while leaving hair with a soft, matte finish.
(You could also check out their Drybar Texas Tea Volumizing Hair Spray)
Here’s the deal when buying pricey shampoo and conditioner. Try not to do it at the salon. Always check Amazon first. Odds are you can get BOTH the shampoo and the condition for the price of ONE bottle if you get them online. It really does work out that way.
- Eliminate frizz
- Smooth without weighing hair down
- Repel dirt to keep hair cleaner and longer
- Sulfate free
- Formulated for color and chemically treated hair
What do you think? Have you tried any of these products before? What are some of your favorite haircare/ styling brands?