Health & beauty
I have started taking better care of my hair, concentrating on hydration and whatnot, after wrongly thinking my hair was greasy for years. I want to try the L'Oreal sulfate free shampoos, because my hair is pretty fine and fragile (trying to wean myself of colouring it) My hair is natually wavy and I want to grow it past my shoulders. So my question is: what line is the best for this? Everpure, eversleek, or everstrong? Or is there a specific combination you can reccomend?
2 years, 1 month ago
I have been trying to grow out my hair for ages, and I think I have finally found the perfect combination of products. Before I got into this routine of products, my hair was extremely dry, hard to manage, and broke off. After using this regimen for just a few weeks, I am retaining length and loving my hair. Here is everything that I use:
Giovanni Smooth as Silk Shampoo and Conditioner(this is a sulfate free shampoo that won't dry out your hair, and gives tons of great moisture)
Garnier Fructis Sleek n Shine Leave in Conditioning Cream(I use it after every wash, and sometimes in between washes on the ends if they're feeling a bit dry. It smells great and it's the best leave-in I've found, and so cheap!)
Garnier Fructis Sleek n Shine anti-frizz Serum(helps seal in the moistrue and smells great)
And last but not least, I spray on Aphogee Keratin Restructurizer a couple of times a week, usually after washing. This is a light protein that will really help stop breakage if that is an issue for you. I would be careful not to use it too often(it's tempting after you see the great results!) because too much protein can overwhelm your hair. A little of this stuff goes a long way, and I love it.
Hope that helps! Good luck!
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