Top 5 Hair Treatments

 

Ever since going blonde, I've been using deep conditioners more than ever before since my hair isn't as healthy as it used to be,   and I've made a list of all of my favorites, and the ones I have found to be the best. I use a deep conditioner once or twice a week, and some kind of oil treatment a few days a week. For you have blonde hair or live in a dry climate it's harder for your hair to get the moisture it needs... I have both! So I'm always trying to keep my hair healthy! Here's my top 5 masks!

1. AVEDA DAMAGE REMEDY INTENSIVE RESTRUCTURING TREATMENT

This is my absolute favorite. Aveda's products have been a favorite of mine for a really long time, but I think this spesific product is amazing. It's helps to restructure your hair with quinoa protein, I've used it for years and it's a go-to. 

2. MOROCCAN OIL

I love to use Moroccan oil after I wash my hair or days when the ends feel dry!  

3. REDKEN PH BONDER 

Another one of my favorites. It helps to protect hair from breakage before coloring/bleaching treatments but it also helps maintain your hair's natural PH balance for shine and smoothness! I put it on damp hair before shampooing.

4.  BIOSILK THERAPY SERUM 

Another serum that I love to use after washing my hair or on the ends/midshaft. It helps to add shine and moisturize your hair. My friend introduced me years ago to this product and said she swears by it so I gave it a try and I know why she loves it so much! Caution, it can be a little heavy on the hair so use a very very small amount! 

5. COCONUT OIL

It's a classic, right? For years people/bloggers have talkd about this inexpensivce but effect way of moisturizing your hair and I love it as much as the next gi. I treat it like a mask mostly because I hate coconut and the smell bothers me so I wash it out after leaving it on, unlike Moroccan oil that I use on dry hair after styling, but it's a simple go-to that works really well!

 

There are my top 5 hair treatments! As always, thanks for reading! 

XOXO, MYKEL ELIZABETH

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