For this post, I wanted to let you guys in on a fairly new hair routine I have. You see, I have very curly hair, that I obviously style straight on a daily basis. This means that my hair sees a lot of heat, and therefore is very dry. I've been trying different products for years to try and combat the damage I cause, to bring my hair back to health. I think I've finally stumbled upon a routine that has left my hair softer, shinier, and healthier than it's been it years. So, I have listed what I've been using, and how, and hopefully anyone out there with crazy tresses will want to give this a try.
Lush Godiva Shampoo: This shampoo smells great and leaves my hair feeling incredible. It's a 2+1 shampoo/ conditioner, so it's very moisturizing, but I still use a conditioner after washing my hair with this.
Lush Trichomania Shampoo: I use this on days that my hair really needs moisture. It has a lot of coconut oil in it, and leaves my hair clean, shiny, soft, and voluminous.
Lush American Cream Conditioner: In the shower, this doesn't feel like it's doing a great job at repairing your hair. Once your hair is dry, though, you can see and feel the difference. It doesn't leave your hair feeling coated with chemicals; the oils are actually absorbed into your hair. It also smells amazing, and you can see the vanilla bits in the conditioner.
Moroccan Oil: I rub a hint of this oil in between my palms and smooth it on my hair right after I hop out of the shower. It is moisturizing, but mainly helps protect from styling damage.
Lush R&B Hair Treatment: I put a pea-sized amount of this in my hair once it is styled, concentrating on the ends. This stuff is a miracle worker. If there is one thing on this list that you would want to try, this would be it.
As you can see, I've made quite a transition over to Lush products, and I'm quite pleased that everything works incredibly well, and I'm being healthier about what I'm putting on my body on a daily basis. Using all of this also can seem to be kind of pricey, and while my specific routine is probably more excessive than most, these things do last a long long time, especially Moroccan Oil and R&B. Is there a beauty routine you guys couldn't live without? I'd love to hear all about it!Pin It