I was watching reviews on best practices to maintain hair. The thing is, I know that I might in the future have female-pattern baldness and I have to begin the arduous task of keeping my hair strong now. It may or may not help, but that is what trying is for. Someone who knows what they are talking about is Sarah Nagel. All you have to do is see her hair to know she’s doing something right. So I decided to follow her advice on one of her vlogs and try Calia Natural. Let’s see how it goes!
My hair has been getting dryer these days, and I know that it’s mostly to do with the weather. I actually need something to weigh it down because the top part of my hair is puffing all over the place and then the bottom half curls all nicely. So I am looking for a conditioner that attempts to restore my hair’s moisture without getting too oily. Moroccanoil® has a great reputation and I plan on testing it against that reputation.
My cousin was about to get married and my hair needed a trim and a style for me to show my face to the wedding. But jokes aside, my hairdresser and I had been talking about what she would like to wash my hair with since they no longer carried label.m (my favorite brand thus far). She washed my hair with this Pai-Shau Replenishing Cleanser & Conditioner, and I fell in love with the results: soft, luxurious hair.
I needed new hair products that would voluminize my hair and also keep it hydrated. I loved my Kevin Murphy, but I also noticed my hair was getting so long that it is too heavy to look voluminized. So to get both, I bought one for volume and one for hydration. I was also attracted to the “Nano-Technology” and I hoped that it would spread through my thick hair more easily than the other shampoos and conditioners.
Every 6 months my hairdresser suggests changing my hair wash and rinse. I have very dry hair, and after the label.m I wanted something that would help my dry hair even more. I was directed towards Kevin Murphy’s products as a chance to hydrate and lock in moisture in my hair.