I love finding new gems, trying new–or new to me–products, and then sharing all of my information with you guys.
But there are three that I can honestly say are always in rotation in my bathroom, no matter how many other products I’m loving.
I used it in colder climates and loved it, and now that I’m in hot and humid Florida, it’s still the only hair masque that can keep my coarse and thick hair feeling super soft and hydrated.
The consistency is super thick, the smell is divine, and you get a softness like nothing else from this product. In fact, I use this in place of conditioner because you don’t need both a conditioner and this product.
There’s a reason that I always end up cycling back to this; it’s so great that if I had to choose only one conditioner for the rest of my life (does anyone else play these weird what-if scenarios in their heads? Haha), then this would be it!
If you have thinner hair, you may want to try this formula instead, but for fellow thick-haired gals, this one is for you!
That’s why, when I want serious softness with a blow dry, I almost always have to use an oil–one with silicones that coat the strands of my hair, to help smooth it down.
If you’re like me and you like to run your hands through your hair–you know, not have it too “done”–then this product is for you. If you have thinner hair, they also make a Light version, which won’t weigh down fine strands.
This was the first hair oil to hit the market way back when, almost ten years ago, and there’s a reason it’s stuck around this long. It’s good.
Do note: Some people with ultra-light blonde hair have claimed that this can impact their color a bit, so make sure you chat with your stylist before you use the original version!
I love this cleansing oil because it removes makeup, leaves my skin soft, and it doesn’t strip away any moisture from the skin. If you’re looking to transition to a gentler cleanser for the cooler upcoming weather, you need to try this product!
Use it alone, or use it as the first step in a two-step cleansing routine: Either way, I promise your skin will thank you. It’s that good.