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California has not quite experienced “winter” but the weather has been very dry. Which means dry skin and dry hair. So when I got the opportunity to try Head & Shoulders Moisture Care products I jumped on it.
Having dry hair is a problem especially when your hair is short. I also felt like I was losing my curls because of the dryness. I try to drink as much water as possible, but the weather just wins sometimes. I tried out the collection and I was pleasantly surprised. My scalp felt cool and moisturized and my hair was shiny and looked healthy. I especially love that it’s for textured hair so I think it was even more perfect for me.
I first tried the 2 in 1 shampoo and conditioner then followed up with the co-wash (ps I’m really into the whole co-wash idea because shampoo can be drying, alternating your shampoo routine and using a co-wash will leave you hair feeling much healthier.) then I followed up with the scalp soother while my hair was wet. Last, I followed my normal hair routine, blow drying and straightening my hair…
After one use, I felt my curls more defined (even though I wear my hair straight I love my curls and it’s a sign of healthy hair) and my scalp felt clean and moisturized. Which means no itchiness!
I love that it has almond oil and coconut essence and 3 days later I wasn’t scratching my head! If you have dry hair, I totally recommend it. I make the bf use it now too. 😉
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You are so gorgeous, and your hair looks fab!
Hey Enocha. Firstly You are gorgeous! Question- How often do you strengthen your hair per week? I am natural too and thinking of cutting it keeping it straight for a bit. Do you find it damages your curls?
Thanks love! I straighten my hair about once a week. I use the lowest heat setting possible, for me I haven’t found it damages my curls.
Thanks for the response!