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It has been a cold and gloomy winter. And just like I do ever winter, I blow dry and heat treat my hair nonstop. While my reason is to avoid leaving the house with wet hair and to save time, as a blow out can last me a few days, it does cause a bit of damage. So in order to repair the damage, as well as prep my hair for a blowout, I start in the shower. I’ve been using Schwarzkopf Gliss™ Oil Nutritive shampoo and conditioner recently to help bring my curls back to life since it is made with 8 beauty oils and keratin to hydrate and smooth. Oil Nutritive shampoo and conditioner doesn’t weigh down my curls and helps seal my ends so my curls are frizz free. Even my stylist who is on a mission to get my hair back to a longer length (I’ve been scissor happy, y’all) was surprised to find he didn’t need to trim off much other than to reshape my style. While I am growing out my curls, I spend a lot of time with my hair either in loose braids or twisted updos to protect it from further damage but as soon as it hits 50 degrees in Chicago like it did this past Sunday, I’m able to let loose…literally.
top: Nordstrom (similar) | jeans: H&M | boots: Target | belt: Vintage
But while at home, either with wet hair or the curls combed out, I lay off the heat and over washing by putting my hair is a side braid, using a light oil like GLISS Hair Repair Nutritive Oil. It smooths and seals my ends but unlike most oils, this lightweight formula doesn’t weigh my hair down so as soon as the braid is taken out, my hair bounces back in a soft wave. I’m heading back to CVS tomorrow to pick up a hair mask from one of their other lines since I’ve had such good luck with this one. While I don’t wash my hair everyday, Gliss products are great for everyday use in preventing and repairing the damage. Check out more on Instagram!
How about you? Any other tips for healthy growth?