I love beauty products (of all kinds), always have ever since I was a little girl. Back then, I used to sit at my grandma’s vanity and play with her makeup. I loved it and could not wait for the day when I’d be old enough to have a makeup of my own.
Same thing applies to hair products. I have very baby fine, thin hair. It’s hard for me to find hair products to use that don’t weigh my hair down and make it look greasy. I’m constantly trying new things. Since I color my hair and take a lot of medications, my hair is dry at the ends and prone to breakage. I was searching for a hair product to restore my hair back to its original silky, shiny, smoothness.
I bought this hair treatment from Kerastase:
It’s a hair masque for fine hair. But the smell of it is too perfumey and strong for me. It works great, but I don’t like the way my hair smells afterward. I use it once every few months. I’m happy with it, but then I found this damage remedy product from Aveda (pictured at top of post)
I’ve tried products from Aveda before. I’ve used their pure abundance shampoo/conditioner for fine hair. It has clay in it that is supposed to help your scalp from looking greasy. My hair is so thin and fine I have to wash it every day, otherwise, it’s greasy. With them, I was able to wash my hair every other day. I liked them, but I not blown away so I only buy them occasionally, not regularly.
Recently, I saw this dry remedy leave in conditioner/detangler. Intrigued, I purchased it, and I’m so glad I did. I noticed a difference after one application. My hair was noticeably softer. And now, with regular use, the shine is finally back in my hair and my flyaways have been tamed. The best part is that it doesn’t weigh my hair down (I apply it to the ends, not the roots of my hair).
I love this stuff so much I just couldn’t keep it to myself, I had to share it with others.
Note: not a paid advertisement; just my opinion and experience with the above products