These are the products I love for my wavy hair!
Giovanni's mousse is the best I could find for my hair. It perfectly defines my curls and hydrates them well.
Pantene gel is great for supercharged days! Just put a little bit on and voila ready for the whole day.
Garnier hair mask I use it as a cream and in my case it has worked perfectly. And the smell is incredible, I love putting it on.
Lus all-in-one is a Canadian product, which I love because it's what I do my hair with every day. And the good thing is that it's 100% organic.
Dec. 22, 2020
Wanna Mermaid Worthy Hair？Trust Me! Try This Haircare Routine!👩🦰👩🦰👩🦰
My hair was always frizzy, pouffy, did weird flippy things when it felt like it and it was just an overall hassle to tame. After years of trials and tribulations, money wasted and damaged hair due to the heat, I finally expolered the haircare routine that works perfectly on me. I'd like to share it with you guys and hope its helpful for you. 1. wash my hair once a week For someone with curly hair, washing with shampoo every day would strip away the hair’s natural oils and making it more dry and more frizzy. 2. I use shampoo with zero or minimal sulfates Lately the shampoos that have worked greatly for my dry and curly hair is the DevaCurl - No-Poo Original Zero Lather Conditioning Cleanser. This shampoo produces zero lather (which takes a while to get used to) and the grape seed, peppermint and rosemary in it keeps my hair soft and frizz-free. TheLUSH - Rehab Shampoo is another great shampoo if I want to switch it up. I only lather a loonie-size dollop of shampoo on my entire scalp. Tips: I never apply shampoo on the ends of my hair, just my scalp. 3.I use silicone-free conditioner It smells amazing and a little goes a long way with this one and it works wonders on my hair. The olive fruit oil, hops and quinoa in this conditioner makes my hair incredibly soft, but my hair still feels light and bouncy since there are no heavy silicones and parabens to weigh it down or make it greasy, like your average conditioners. I smooth out about 3-4 pumps of this conditioner on the ends of my hair only, starting from my ear, down to the ends. I let the conditioner sit in my hair for about 5 minutes before rinsing off and revealing silky hair that smells enchanting. Tips: Never apply conditioner directly on the scalp and focus on the ends, because that is the driest part. 4. I rinse my hair with cold water I always finish off my final rinse with very cold water. It’s worth the 10 seconds of frigid discomfort. The cold water basically eliminates frizz and feels refreshing on the scalp. 5. I pat my hair dry with a cotton T-shirt Never rub your curly hair in a towel! That will make your hair frizzy. Instead, grab a cotton T-shirt and pat gently. I pat my hair, focusing on the ends mostly, to absorb excess water to prepare it for the next step below. 6. I use styling product on wet hair The best advice I could give to styling curly hair: apply your styling product on wet hair. I have used a number of decent curling creams in the past but lately I have been digging thisLOVEurSELF - All-In-One: Curly. It has great ingredients, doesn’t feel heavy, and the curl power lasts all week. With this product, I get bouncy spiral curls for the first half of the week, and by the end of the week my hair winds down to flowy waves, and my hair never feels greasy. 7. I use a diffuser to dry my hair Diffusers distribute heat a little more sparingly so it’s not as damaging. I diffuse until my hair is about 80% dry, I give a brief cold air blast and then I finish off with the final step below. 8. I use a leave-in treatment to set my curls This LUSH - R&B Hair Moisturizeris a Holy Grail product for me. It’s the perfect finishing touch to use after I’m done diffusing my hair. 9. I use coconut oil as a deep conditioning hair mask I’ll slather it on my ends, comb it out through my entire hair, give myself a little scalp massage, twist my hair up in a bun and let it absorb the coconut oil all day or overnight by wearing a disposable hair cap and placing a towel on my pillowcase. Do you have any ideas on curly hair routine. I'd love to discuss it with U!
How I style my 3a curls🧴🚿✨
1. Shower I use PANTENE - Pro-V Curl Perfection Shampoo and PANTENE - Curl Perfection Conditioner , and they seem to work really well on my hair. They helped me gain a lot of my moisture back after not taking proper care of my hair for a long time. 2. Right after my shower, I wring my hair out a few times. Then I spray in PANTENE - Pro-V Nutrient Boost Damage Resisting Detangler Repair & Protect Conditioning Mist . I love this because it helps keep my curls hydrated for a long time. I spray this in and comb my hair with a wide tooth comb to get any knots out. 3. Next I scrunch in PANTENE - Pro-V Curl Non-Sticky Formula for Soft and Springy Curls Sculpting Gel . This is the best gel I’ve tried so far. I highly recommend this because it has improved the overall quality of my hair, but mostly it defines my curls very well. It isn’t crunchy and it lasts for at least 72 hours if you take care of your hair. 4. I plop my hair for anywhere between 30 minutes and 1 hour(based off of how much time I have to get ready). To do this, I have an oversized 100% cotton T-shirt and I wrap my hair in this. This makes my curls springy and helps them stay put long enough to diffuse my hair. 5. Last, I diffuse my hair using REVLON - Perfect Heat Volumizing Turbo Hair Dryer 1875 Watt . It comes with a detachable diffuser. I use this on warm high heat. To dry my hair, I flip my hair upside down and take a small section and place it over the diffuser head, and bring the diffuser up to my scalp, but not directly touching it. I leave it for 10-20 seconds before moving on to the next section. I repeat this until my hair is close to being dry, but not completely dry, because I let it air dry fro the rest of the time. I hope this helps anyone looking for a simple routine. I know I am probably missing things that I should be doing, but I am only 14 and am still learning what is best for my hair. If you have any questions or suggestions, please comment below. Thank you❤️
Hair dye aftercare (avoid frying out texture!)
I have dyed my hair more than 15 times in the last 5 years. After being fed up with fried, frizzy, straight hair, i began looking into products that would maintain my hairs natural volume and waves. I have been using these 3 products for the past 10 months and dyed my hair 4 times within those months. My hair has remained healthy and has minimal breakage. I especially love the pura d'or - Castor Oil Includes Bonus Brush Kit 100% Pure USDA Organic Not only is castor oil an amazing moisturizer for hair (and skin!), but it also is helpful in growing out hair and eyelashes. I hope this helps anyone dealing with dye damaged hair. Glowing regards!
QUICK, TRENDY PONY WITH ALL DRUGSTORE PRODUCTS✨
Hey guys! Here is a ponytail I have been seeing all over Pinterest and wanted to recreate. For this look I used all drugstore hair products so it will be easily achievable at home. My hair has been recently bleached so it is on the dry side. I have been into creating hairstyles that require little treat so my hair can heal itself. Products: Leave in conditioner spray: aussie - Hair Insurance Leave-In Conditioner I recently bleached my hair and this product has been a life-savior for adding moisture back into my damaged hair. The product creates soft locks without feeling heavy/ looking greasy. It contains jojoba oil that provides a shiny finish. If you have damaged or dry hair, I definitely recommend using this product! Hairspray: aussie - Headstrong Volume Hairspray with Bamboo & Kakadu Plum I have been using this hairspray forever! I do prefer the other spray-mist version but this one works just as well. This hairspray holds all day/night and does not have any strong fumes that most drugstore hairsprays have. For the look, I sprayed down flyaways and laid some baby hairs to clean up the look. To do: (Follow along with the video) - Spray hair with leave in conditioner mist - Put hair into a pony tail and secure elastic with a section of hair to wrap around - Hairspray down flyaways/ baby hairs - Work in 1-2 inch sections all the way down the ponytail with small elastics, pulling the sections to create a fuller ponytail Song 🎶: Not to Cray by Huma Huma #CheriePartner
aussie-Hair Insurance Leave-In Conditioner
HOLY GRAIL DEFINING CURL CREAM‼️
cake - The Curl Friend Defining Curl Cream For reference, I have type 3A curls and thin hair strands. So, I was going to wait for a couple of more uses with this product, but I just HAD to make this post after using it for the first time because WOW I’M SUPER IMPRESSED! I headed out to buy my usual aussie - Miracle Curls with Coconut Oil Paraben Free Detangling Milk Treatment , but they ran out of stock, and that’s when I stumbled upon this cake - The Curl Friend Defining Curl Cream . After long due diligence, I decided to buy it because it’s vegan (no harsh chemicals, parabens and/or sulfates) and it also won an allure’s best of beauty award in 2019. The packaging is beautiful, and, when I opened it after washing my hair, I couldn’t help but notice the lovely and amazing smell that was coming out of this. It’s definitely sweet, but not overwhelming at all. Once I tried it, I noticed that the cream felt so smooth, silky, & lightweight (great for thin hair strands). It has avocado oil, soybean oil, and shea butter in it! It seems like this is definitely the perfect combination (for now) for my hair. I’ve shied away from butter mostly because it can be too heavy for my thin strands, but I guess that having it in smaller quantities works great. My hair is so SHINY, DEFINED, and VOLUMINOUS, and smells like CAKE. I mean, look at it! I can definitely say that this is my NUMBER 1 defining cream. HIGHLY RECOMMEND, please let me know how it feels if you try it. I am definitely going to try more cake products in the near future after finding this holy grail.
aussie-Miracle Curls with Coconut Oil Paraben Free Detangling Milk Treatment
updated curly hair routine
hello everyone! i recently changed up my hair routine and i am loving the results ⬇️⬇️⬇️ For shampoo & conditioner i use these products they have great ingredients and for a good price & absolutely smell amazing Maui MOISTURE - Heal & Hydrate + Shea Butter Shampoo Maui MOISTURE - Heal & Hydrate + Shea Butter Conditioner For Leave in conditioner i use tgin - Rose Water Leave-In Conditioner Comes with a good amount of product, lightweight and smells sooo good! I usually rake this product through with my hands or a brush to evenly distribute the product For gel i use Miss Jessie's - Jelly Soft Curls Love this product so much it really helps my curls and doesn’t leave a nasty crunchy feeling at all!!! I use my diffuser after scrunching in this gel! Lastly ogx - Nourishing Coconut Oil Weightless Hydrating Oil Mist For a nice glow and keeps frizz down! Hope this helps ✨ let me know if you guys try any of these products! 🤍🤍🤍
Maui MOISTURE-Heal & Hydrate + Shea Butter Conditioner
🏷 Curly Girl Method
The method loved by curly girls 'round the world! This method is a set of do's and dont's to protect your curls. Have you tried it? Post on cherie and share: - How far into your curly hair journey are you on? - What parts of the Curly Girl Method do you love? - What is your holy grail curly girl product? - Advice for anyone starting their curly hair journey?
✨ Thick Hairstyles - Second Day Hair ✨
I have thick hair that easily gets frizzy, especially second day hair (or third, or fourth, depends how long I don’t wash it for lol). I typically only wash my hair every 2-4 days (depending on the type of activity I do that day, like exercise or go get groceries or just work on schoolwork). To allow my hair to last longer, I’ll usually use these hairstyles and products so that I can deal with the frizz. I love doing half-up hairstyles anytime I wash my hair, but especially when my hair starts to get frizzy! I hate when my hair gets all over my face. I usually do either a simple ponytail that’s holds the top half of my hair. I also like doing a ponytail with a braid, but that can be a little more difficult because you can’t see the back of your head as well or make sure the braid is straight and doesn’t start going to the side lol. After I finish the braid, I kind of tug/pull it apart so that it looks thicker. Another options is to just throw it into a messy bun on the back of your head! I like to use a spray leave-in conditioner to help nourish my hair and hairspray to lock them. This hairstyle also looks really cute with a headband to keep flyaways out of your face. . dpHUE - Apple Cider Vinegar Leave-in Hair Therapy Key Ingredients: Apple Cider Vinegar (restores healthy pH to smooth the hair surface and seal the cuticle, quickly absorbs into hair to provide weightless conditioning), Argan Oil, Macademia Oil, Dandelion Extract and Aloe Vera (moisturize, condition, and add shine without weighing hair down). Scent: Apple Cider Vinegar Consistency/Texture: Lightweight Spray Price: $30 for 6.5 oz / 192 mL Experience: This has a very strong scent, but it does dissipate quickly. I haven’t noticed much in terms of conditioning or frizz control, but it’s a decent product. It has a minimal amount, but I don’t think I’d purchase the full size unless it was on sale. It doesn’t weigh down my hair or make it look greasy, which was why I gave it 3 stars. Other than that, it doesn’t deliver much and the scent is not something I enjoy. It’s an average leave-in product, I’ll use it up but probably wouldn’t recommend or repurchase it (unless it’s half off or more). . REDKEN - Triple Take 32 Extreme High-Hold Hairspray Scent: Strong hairspray smell Consistency/Texture: Can leave behind a crunchy feel on the hair Price: $12 for 4 oz / 115 g OR $24 for 9 oz / 255 g Experience: It says it gives root lift and volume, but I haven’t used it for that purpose. I usually just use it to set a hairstyle into place and it works great for that! It can leave behind a stiff and crunchy feeling in the hair if you use too much, but it gives a great hold. I can use this in the morning and expect my hairstyle to last the whole day and not droop or get any flyaways or frizz. The nozzle is nice and gives a fine mist that is easy to control. It doesn’t leave my hair dry or make it knotty when I try to brush it out.
dpHUE-Apple Cider Vinegar Leave-in Hair Therapy
Wash N Go routine For the Curls! 🌀
Hey Guys! For all my curly/Coily friends this ones for you! 🌀Today I’m going to show you my Wash N Go routine. My Wash N Go’s change a lot but I typically use the same products for all my hair style needs! I have 4B Low porosity hair. Low porosity means my hair does not hold water which means every style I do my hair has to be pretty wet or consistently hydrated to lock in moisture. Because of this I usually do my entire wash and go while in the shower but for the purpose of this post this was all done in my room! To see what shampoo and conditioner I use pls check out my other post on Emerges great products! STEPS: 1. Firstly I start off with freshly washed and conditioned hair that’s been detangled. 2. Next I part my hair into 4s 3. I take a section and hydrate it with my water/conditioner mix to make it manageable to style. 4. I then take my AS I AM - Curl Enhancing Smoothie and rake it through roots to end with my fingers. 5. I then take my Evolve Brush and brush that section through to make sure the product is distributed evenly and define my curls. 6. I then take Curls - Control Curl Sculpting Gel and rake it through my hair to create more definition and hold my curls. 7. I then take my oil mixture (Jamaican castor, vitamin E and Avocado oil) and apply to my hands as I start to two strand twist. I repeat this for each section until all sections are twisted. After that I put my head scarf on and wait for it to dry overnight! Once completely dry I take down the twists and fluff it out and WAH LAH Wash N Go 😊 If you guys wanna see more natural hair tutorials let me know below! BESOS 😘
Curls-Control Curl Sculpting Gel
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