The Restoring Blow Out, Part 2
A Stacked Twist Tutorial
I can genuinely tell a difference in the fullness of my hair. And I love that the Restore Conditioner isn’t a greasy, heavy conditioner. My hair still feels light, but also really well nourished. I can typically tell how well a condiditoner works based on how my ends look after I blow it dry. If they are frayed and rough, the conditioner didn’t do it’s job. If they are smooth but also clean feeling, that is a mark of a good conditioner in my book!
Of the styling products Jen recommended, the Flex Shaping Hairspray has become an absolute favorite! I’m typically a firm hold kind of gal, but this Flex Shaping Hairspray is great for undone hair, or times when you just need a bit of hold while you are pulling your hair back. If you hate hairspray, but you want to use a bit so your hair doesn’t completely fall, that is what I’d recommend.
The biggest change I noticed is still being able to achieve volume, while also making sure my hair is really well conditioned. In the past I would sacrifice a bit of volume and fullness for extra nourishment on my dry ends, but I didn’t need to with these products.
If you can’t go get a blow out, or talk to a stylist about the products, you can browse online by using the selector tool. It’s a really easy-to-use guide that will pick products for you based on your hair needs!
I think it’s cool how transparent they are about the science behind their products. I love learning about that stuff since I’m so particular about how a product feels and acts on my hair (or a client’s hair when I was behind the chair).
p.s. this is a fun video to watch. I love real life experiences and I can also vouch for how amazing this Perfect hair Day Dry Shampoo is.
This post is created in collaboration with Living Proof via Collectively. All opinions are my own! Read part 1 here!