IARCM'S CURRENT FAVORITE HAIR PRODUCTS
As the founder of this blog, it is important to me that those reading know that everything I put out is a reflection of myself, including something as routine as hair care. Recently ish I started my journey to the blonde side. As I pursued a cosmetology degree a few years ago, I both experienced and saw firsthand the importance of giving your hair love from the inside out. Knowing full well the potential damage that bleach can do to one’s hair, I was adamant about finding the most bomb hair care regimen. Below is a list of current products I use to load my locks up with love.
Coco & Eve Like A Virgin Hair Masque
Rejuvenate your hair with this coconut and fig hair mask that will leave your hair softer, moisturized and smelling like you just walked off a beach in Bali.
Ouai Rose Hair & Body Oil
Need to add a little glow to your hair (or skin) mid-blow out? Add a few drops of Ouai's Rose Hair oil to your locks and watch them glisten… and smell good. With their signature blend of Rose, Bergamot, Lychee and White Musk- you’ll be having strangers sniffing you everywhere you go.
Paul Mitchell Forever Blonde Dramatic Repair
This product has gotten my hair through super dry times. It’s ability to moisturize and repair weak hair is out of this world, the smell is also on point.
Paul Mitchell Awapuhi Wild Ginger Line
Do your tresses need to be sent to hair rehab? Any products from the Awapuhi Wild Ginger line will do your hair wonders. My personal favorite, though, is the Awapuhi Styling Treatment Oil. I add a bit to my hair while it’s damp and it has sealed my baby hairs and frizz like no other.
Olaplex Hair Perfector N°3
Dramatically improve the health of your hair… and from home! I live by this stuff, especially being blonde. My Olaplex routine is simple. I wet my hair and towel dry it before I go to bed. I slather the treatment from roots to end. I comb it through and then I sleep on it. The following morning I shampoo and condition. My hair loves this sh*t!!! (It is not a conditioner, it is meant to be applied before shampooing and conditioning.)
All of these products I currently use, myself. They are all part of my routine. I assume that’s why my hair stylist is impressed when I come into the salon with fairly any damage. Finding the perfect hair care can be an overwhelming task, especially for those on a budget, but taking the time to make sure your hair is happy is worth the extra effort.
*All hair is different. What works for me, may not work for others.