Ah yes, the hair...
Always a problem the hair, isn't it?
It's either too curly or too straight, with not enough volume or way too frizzy, or it doesn't grow fast enough, or there's too much of it.
It's not like there is anything we can really do about the growth, the type, the size of it...
So how about just loving our hair? And instead of hoping for miracles that won't happen, focusing on having the healthiest hair we can have?
These are some of the products that have worked for me in the past, and that I will be going back to this new year:
Kerastase, for me, is one of the best brand of hair products, it works great and everything smells wonderful.
The only downside is that it's expensive. If it wasn't so expensive, I would always use it. The problem is when you finish the shampoo and start thinking that you need to go spend $30 for a new bottle, and it feels like too much money.
I love the Ciment Anti-Usure, a treatment/conditioner for damaged/fine hair. It has been the only product that has made my hair feel somewhat thicker.
And the Masquintense is great as a deep conditioning treatment.
But if Kerastase is too expensive for you, here is a product that costs a lot less and that's pretty good: the 3 Minute Miracle by Aussie.
For the price this is one of the best deep conditioners you can find at the drugstore.
And you can't just pile products on top of products all the time, to have clean, healthy and shiny hair, you periodically need to get rid of all the gunk you've been applying to it.
A great product, and extremely cheap, is the Suave Daily Clarifying shampoo.
As the name implies, you can use this every day, but I would suggest using it only once a week.
After using it you will feel your hair squeaky clean.
Another use I have for it: color disaster corrector! I was coloring my hair a deep brown, but it came out very red for some reason, so I promptly jumped in the shower and washed my hair with the Suave Clarifying shampoo, making sure to scrub hard. I rinsed and repeated. Well, what do you know, it worked like a charm! It stripped the color down a bit, toned it back to brown, and all that red was gone!
What are the hair products you will continue using this 2009?