1.5 oz/ 45 ml
OUAI Leave-In Conditioner
What It IsOUAI's Leave In Conditioner is a multi-tasking leave in hair mist with thermal protection to reduce frizz and flyaways for perfectly smooth, silky hair.
What Else You Need to KnowThe fragrance is North Bondi—a beautiful floral fragrance with notes of bergamot, Italian lemon, rose de mai, violet, and white musk. This product is not tested on animals.
Radish Root Ferment Filtrate
Hydrating, Fungal Acne
Anti-Aging, Anti-Inflammatory, Anti-Oxidant
Tangle free hair with minimum breakage!!
So your hair is all knotty... before you go crazy with your hair brush, watch this video! 1. Soak your hair in leave-in conditioner. You don’t need a ton but this really helps. My favorite always is the OUAI - OUAI Leave-In Conditioner 2. Start by combing your hair using a wide-tooth comb. You want to work from the ends upwards. Be gentle! Quick short strokes 3. Once you are able to section your hair. Switch to a Wet brush - Wet Original Brush 4. Spray each section with detangler. I can’t get enough of amika: - The Wizard Detangling Primer 5. Same thing as before. Brush from the ends up. Quick fast strokes. 6. Once the tangles are gone, finish off with hair oil gisou - Honey Infused Hair Oil Be gentle, be patient! Breakage is causes hair to be shorter and thinner. Let’s avoid that!
gisou-Honey Infused Hair Oil
The Ouai for Curly Hair
I've been testing out a few Ouai products they sent me a while ago for my curls to see how they do. So far I'm liking the Leave-in Conditioner for refreshing my hair and the Finishing Creme for styling! They smell AMAZING! I'm not a big dry shampoo girl since my scalp is dry rather then oily, so curly girls tell me how you use dry shampoo for your hair. Have you guys tried Ouai products before? What are your faves? I think I want to they their new treatments masks next. Products: * OUAI - Finishing Creme * OUAI - Super Dry Shampoo * OUAI - OUAI Leave-In Conditioner *OUAI - Rose Hair & Body Oil * OUAI - OUAI Hair Oil
OUAI Leave-In Conditioner
OUAI - OUAI Leave-In Conditioner I won this leave-in from a giveaway, and after using it for a while, I have formed my opinion on it. This is easily becoming one of my favorite leave-in conditioners. It leaves my hair really silky, smooth, and soft. The spray nozzle works really well (doesn’t get clogged) and the minimal packaging has my heart. My only complaint is that I wish it had a little bit less fragrance because it can be a bit strong — I am not sure what the scent is though. I personally really love this leave-in as it’s one of the few that I have found that really conditions and nourishes my hair, which is really thin (strands) but I have a lot of it! I think this product is well Kent the $26 price tag, and I would gladly repurchase this myself. I give it 5/5 stars!
OUAI-OUAI Leave-In Conditioner
The Best & The Blah - Hair Products @ Sephora
My hair is long, fine, and blonde naturally but has also been bleached and colour treated for years. So with it being fine, that means it’s extra delicate and I have to make a special effort to take good care of it in order to prevent breakage/damage. I do a lot of shopping at Sephora (more than I’d like to admit) and have tried my fair share of brands and products when it comes to hair care. While I will say that most of my hair care favourites are NOT from Sephora (they’re from the salon), I’m here to showcase some of my faves products and some that are just meh...here we go! 1. BLAHBriogeo - Apple Superfoods Shampoo & Conditioner Hair Pack ($35/bottle CAN) - I like the light scent and I feel it does a decent job overall, but it’s not my favourite and I don’t feel it’s worth the price because it’s very basic. 2. BESTOUAI - OUAI Leave-In Conditioner (Full Size $34 CAN, this is a deluxe sample) - I use a leave-in every single time I wash my hair because my hair is long and fine and gets tangled so easily, so leave-in helps to combat that. I will definitely be purchasing the full size of this! 3. BLAHOUAI - Detox Shampoo ($39 CAN) - I find that this does cleanse my hair decently well but definitely doesn’t deep cleanse the way some other detox/clarifying shampoos I’ve used have. I was hoping it would be a bit more clarifying than it is, but I’m also glad it’s not super harsh or stripping. 4. BLAHdrybar - Hot Toddy Heat Protectant Mist (Full Size $36 CAN, this is a sample) - this is a basic heat protectant and you can definitely find something just as good, if not better, for much cheaper. Overall, would not recommend this one and it’s very strongly scented. 5. BLAH drybar - Prep Rally Prime & Prep Detangler ($32 CAN) - this one is definitely meh...I’m not entirely sure it does anything at all. It’s very lightweight and doesn’t provide any hydration, it might be better suited for hair that gets greasy easily🤷🏼♀️ 6. BLAHVERB - Sea Texture Spray (Full Size $20 CAN, this was in a set) - honestly, I don’t really love very many aerosol texture sprays. I find that they don’t really do much for my hair, but I keep trying them because I really want to find a good one😆 7. BEST VERB - VERB Dry Shampoo ($20 CAN) - this stuff is BOMB! I got it in a set and have been loving it. I love that it’s not aerosol and it does an amazing job at absorbing oil and giving the hair volume and texture. Highly recommend! 8. BESTVERB - Ghost Oil ($20 CAN) - I cant believe I waited so long to try this! It’s lightweight but hydrating and is great at combating static and frizz - it doesn’t make my hair feel greasy or weighed down at all! #CheriePartner
Briogeo-Apple Superfoods Shampoo & Conditioner Hair Pack
What causes hair static & how to fight it 💁
As the cold winter season slowly creeps on us, escaping static electricity will seem impossible, no matter how often we moisturize our hair during the winter. Static electricity is created when two unlike objects rub against each other. The process causes electrons from one object to be transferred to the other. The object that loses the electrons gets a positive charge, while the object that gains electrons get a negative charge. That’s how our hat hair is derived. When the material of the hat rubs against the strands of your hair, they swap electrons, causing a kind of electric charge to build up on your hair. If there isn’t any humidity or moisture in your hair, like on a dry winter morning, the charge causes your strands to repel from another like a magnet, causing embarrassing static and frizz. Stretegy #1 - Hair Oil Dehyradtion is one of the reasons that hair is conducting an electric charge. During winter, our strands can become dry due to lack of moisture in the air. Cold winter winds and warm indoor heat also contribute to this drynes. Pay extra attention to the tresses by moisturizing the strands with an effective hair oil. This powerful Rose Hair & Body Oil by OUAI is a best-seller from the brand. Containing a blend of Absinthium, Shea, and Rosehip Oil, the nourishing oil works to protect strands, lock in moisture, and impart a glowing finish to my skin and hair. I also love how the gorgeous fragrance lingers on my hair for hours, thanks to the rose, bergamot, lychee, and white musk ingredients. US$32 for 3oz OUAI - Rose Hair & Body Oil Strategy #2 – Leave-in Conditioner If you do not have a hair oil or if you prefer another texture, feed your hair the moisture it needs by using a leave-in conditioner. The product will help to hydrate the strands and defend it against the varying temperatures and weather conditions. I love the leave-in conditioner launched by the same brand OUAI. This anti-frizz leave in conditioner with thermal potection not only repair dry ends, it also protects against breakage, and adds slip to hair for a seamless detangling process. The scent is so lovely too – coined “North Bondi”, the fragrance boasts notes including bergamot, italian lemon, rose de mai, magnolia, and lily. US$26 for 4.7oz OUAI - OUAI Leave-In Conditioner
OUAI-OUAI Leave-In Conditioner
Feed your hair and scalp
Gone are the days of Luster’s Pink Lotion. I will rejoice and be glad in it. I have natural, 4C hair and there was a time when I could only get hair products from the beauty supply store. That has thankfully changed — even if most department stores like to categorize the products I need as “ethnic hair products.” (But that’s is a discussion for another day.) I also have a dry scalp if I don’t oil it. Most of the products I purchased from Sephora, T.J. Maxx, Sephora, BirchBox and my local department stores. And since I have 4C hair, my hair tends to be on the dry side. This is because the oil from my scalp has more of a hurdle to get over because of the coils unlike the easily shot straight hair provides. I find it best to treat the scalp and hair like two different entities. I use the scalp massager (not the Sephora brand one. I am pretty sure I got it from Amazon) to work in my PAUL MITCHELL - Tea Tree Special Shampoo and PAUL MITCHELL - Tea Tree Special Conditioner while in the shower. The tingling is amazing, but DON’T GET IT IN YOUR EYES. From there, the hair masks obviously focus on the the moisture and repairing of my hair while the oils I use to help my scalp, then seal in the moisture the masks infused in my hair. I try to switch up my masks often and mix them when I am feeling adventurous. Briogeo - Don't Despair, Repair! Deep Conditioning Hair Mask : I received the tube one in a BirchBox. It is packed with nutrients and is supposed to help damaged hair. Briogeo - Scalp Revival Charcoal + Coconut Oil Micro-exfoliating Scalp Scrub Shampoo : My Sephora birthday selection. It is for all hair types and is supposed to breakdown buildup. amika: - Triple Rx Mask : A $14.99 TJM purchase that I just couldn’t turn down. It is supposed to repair, restore and revitalize dry or damaged hair. OUAI - OUAI Leave-In Conditioner: Also a BirchBox product. I haven’t used it yet. now - Solutions, Certified Organic, Jojoba Oil is rich with fatty acids and helps promote softer hair and skin. now - Solutions, Sweet Almond Oil is high in vitamin E and locks moisture into hair strands. Reduces dandruff and promotes a healthy scalp #365 - Avocado oil[products]#[FourStars] stimulates blood flow and unclog blocked follicles. Sunny Isle - The Original Sunny Isle Jamaican Black Castor Oil and all of the other SI JBCO are GOATs. I love this brand and JBCOs. (Not pictured) What are your hairly grail products? #CheriePartner
now- Solutions, Certified Organic, Jojoba Oil
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