1. Pantene Colour Preserve Volume Shampoo & Conditioner
2. Schwarzkof Osis+ Dust It Mattifying Powder
3. Oscar Blandi Pronto Dry Shampoo
I wrote a review of this product when I first started blogging in 2009...and I'm still using it! It's what I call "magic in a bottle." When I first cut my bangs last Fall, I hated that my hair would soak up the natural oils from my forehead and face - it left my bangs stringy and a tad greasy which is never a good look. I find that sprinkling a little dry shampoo on my bangs after washing (and drying) my hair helps keep them at a normal texture and makes them easier to style later on. I also use this Dry Shampoo the day after (and two, sometimes three days after) I wash my hair. I simply sprinkle it on to my roots and rub it in with my fingers and it almost instantly takes care of the oil that is generated over the course of a day (or three). The one thing to be careful of is this powder is white in colour so you really have to rub it into dark hair in order for it to blend in. But that's okay, the results are phenomenal.
You might be thinking, how is Dust It different from Dry Shampoo?
The main difference is that Dust It is used for mattifying and texturizing hair, whereas Dry Shampoo helps to reduce the look and feel of oils, sweat and build-up that naturally generates during the course of a day. Two very different functions, two very different products!
4. Moroccan Oil
5. L'Oreal Total Repair Replenishing Mask
I wanted to take some pictures of this stuff (and how to use it) for you guys but silly me left my camera at Stephanie's Beauty Board event on Sunday. Thankfully she found it but I have to get it from her later this week, so I won't be able to do proper pictures until next week. SORRY!
I hope you still found this post to be helpful.
Have you used any of the hair products mentioned above? What are your top five at the moment?
I love to hear from you :)