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Ever since I chopped my hair off, I’ve been desperately wanting my long hair back. Mermaid hair is what it’s all about right now, but so are beachy waves that require a bit of heat styling, and damage to your hard-earned growth.
So when my stylist recommended a trim every 6-8 weeks, I got kind of sad. Scheduling and shelling out for a trim can often add up on your schedule and bank account.
It’s been awhile since I wrote a post about hair, and I haven’t written a post since I dyed it back to brown. My routine has changed a little bit, mostly because my hair isn’t quite as damaged anymore. These are the products I swear by right now for stronger and healthier hair.
It’s nothing new that I am a dry-shampoo worshiper. The dry shampoo whisperer? Can I just claim that title? I just don’t like washing my hair. By washing my hair less, I have seen a dramatic increase in my hair health, moisture, and strength. In an attempt to extend the longevity of my blowouts, I frequently rotate and experiment with new dry shampoos.
Since my last dry shampoo update was in January, I figured it was time to update you on my recent discoveries. Plus, one of them was a real let-down. It is my civic duty to make sure you know which products are the best, especially when it comes to hair.
I tend to receive a lot of questions on my hair. So I’m partially answering by going over my absolute favorite hair tools. I use at least one of these tools every single day, and my hair would not be the same without them.
My hair is naturally thick and wavy, but I like to blow dry and style it a couple times a week. These tools keep my hair looking healthy and pretty.
Today’s weekly refreshment is dedicated to a product that I never thought I would use or try: hair extensions. Although I consider myself to be well-versed in the world of beauty products, I have never thought to try hair extensions. I am so glad that Irresistible Me reached out to me to try their Royal Remy hair extensions, because now I think I’m hooked.