I love trying new products. This is not new news to anyone who knows me. Because I’ve developed a shameless rep as a product junkie, my gals are always sending me links to products that they’d love to know more about so I can try them and provide my yay or nay. In walks Function of Beauty, reco’d by my bestie Carrie. PERSONALIZED SHAMPOO AND CONDITIONER.
This time of year runs rampant with lists upon lists upon lists. The best things to buy and trends for next year are two of my favorites. I’ve tried a stack of products this year, so I’m bringing you my likes and dislikes in one consolidated list. You’re welcome 😉 1. Purple Shampoo: an absolute essential for blondes. Keeps your color bright while taming that
A couple of years ago, there was a “no-poo” revolution sweeping the hair washing world. I wrote about it a little here, after trying Oribe’s Cleansing Crème, but I’ve always been a little skeptical. There’s something about a really good lather and foam in the shower that leaves my hair feeling undeniably squeaky clean. Truth be told, I haven’t really used the Oribe Cleansing Crème
Every season is dry shampoo season to me, but there’s something about textured, lived in summer-hair that’s exceptionally perfect. It’s that beachy, I’m-not-trying-too-hard look – undone and relaxed. Summertime is the perfect time to let your wash routine lapse for that extra day…or two. I’m no stranger to EVERY SINGLE notable dry shampoo on the market. I’ve written about some of my favorites here, but
Don’t leave home without it: Shu Uemura’s Essence Absolue Oil-in-Cream. A fan favorites that is always selling out around town and on the interwebs, is quite literally a miracle worker. Within this small tube, a mighty multi-tasker exists that works magic on every hair type. It’s a leave-in conditioner, a defrizzer, a softener, protectant, and shine enhancer. Usually, when one product claims to do it all, it falls
I’m a huge fan of al the “Best of” recaps that are published throughout December. I scour the lists feeling awesome that I, too, discovered some of the products, while at the same time making lists of stuff to try. Everyone does this, right?! Refinery29‘s list was especially great this year — you can read it here. In one (now unknown) list, Shu Uemura’s Color
Thicker, fuller, stronger hair. Basically what everyone wants. Rarely do I hear someone complain that they have too much voluminous, strong hair. There are some great products that help your hair grow (check out this post where I talk about a few of my faves), but what about the hair that you still have? Who is looking out for those strands? Answer: Bumble and Bumble.