We have had a super mild winter here in Maryland, nonetheless the weather has left my locks dull, damaged and brittle. I have been getting more and more into makeup and beauty products lately, trying as many new things as I can get my hands on (like here and here). In the past I was loyal to the same products I had used for years, never realizing the grass is greener on the other side. Here are some of my favorite products to rejuvenate winter damaged hair
In the Shower:
I start with the L’Oreal Ever Fresh Micro Scrub. Yes, you read that correctly- an exfoliating scrub for your scalp! This stuff helps combat dandruff and other chemical build up. I love that it is sulfate free and smells super fresh!
As far as shampoos go, I switch it up between the Original Mineral Detox Shampoo which helps bring dull hair back to life by stripping your hair of impurities from natural oil and styling product residue; and the Keims Peppermint & Macadamia Shampoo, which smells absolutely amazing and leaves my hair feeling silky.
After shampooing, its Original Mineral Power Base Protein Masque. This stuff is amazing! Made with wheat protein, Apricot oil and sweet almond oil, this masque helps restore the strength of your hair as well as helps to rehydrate each strand. You leave this in for a few minutes to really let it soak in.
My hair is a knot-fest, I would never survive without a comb and de-tangler. Original Mineral Detangling Spray works like a charm in getting my hair smooth and knot free.
A good leave in conditioner is a great way to bring your hair back to life. Miss Jessie’s Leave in Conditioner makes my hair so soft but feeling strong after each use.
Finally after styling my hair, I like to use a oil mist for a little shine and moisture. Organix Coconut Oil Hydrating Hair Mist is super affordable and smells like you stepped into a tropical paradise.
Bonus Way to Rejuvenate Hair
Visit your salon to trim those split, dry ends off. Try some color for a fresh spring look! We went a little darker this time.
Hair by Jesye H at DNa Lab