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since I did my skin care I guess I might as well do my hair care, oh if I only my face would behave as well as my hair does !!
first of all, my hair was not always like this. I have mistreated the heck out of it for many years, perms, bleaching, hair dye, flat irons, blow drying, curling irons, really bad shampoo/conditioner, more hair dying, terrible styling products, I`ve done it all. I thought I had horrible hair because it was terribly frizzy and had no shape and I just hated it. about 2 yrs ago I gave it all up. I stopped using styling tools & products and jumped on the no sulfate & paraben wagon. I dyed my hair as close as I possibly could to my natural hair color so once my roots started to show the difference wouldn`t be so incredibly obvious. yes I have gone red a couple of times in those two years but I always end up going back to the super dark brown. anyways, I finally found the products that work the absolute best for my hair.
right now I`m really enjoying the John Frieda Brilliant Brunette line even though I`m pretty sure it has sulfates, etc., LOL it`s just really nice, these are my 2nd bottles.
I am a Macadamia Oil kind of girl. the masque is absolutely amazing. I use it every 3 days because that`s normally how long I go between washes and it has made my hair so soft & smooth and just healthy all around. I will absolutely re purchase this. I also use a drop of the leave-in treatment, a drop of the treatment oil and a drop of the Phyto Hair Relaxing Balm.
that`s pretty much it, that`s the extent of my hair care routine. I brush my hair with a wide tooth comb, I let it air dry and that`s all she wrote !! I think the biggest thing has been to simply embrace my natural hair, funky waves, undecided (because sometimes it doesn`t know if it wants to be wavy or straight), a little frizzy, untamed hair.
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