Product Review: Carol's Daughter Hair Mask and Leave-In Conditioner
Winter has officially started in New York City. Last week we had the second biggest snow storm in the city's history with the Blizzard of 2016. The cold temperatures, wintry elements, and overheated rooms can make our hair dry and brittle. I'm already starting to see the damage!
Here's what I've been doing to keep my hair hydrated during the winter:
- Drying my wet hair with a cotton T-shirt. A towel causes friction which can lead to frizz and breakage.
- Applying hair mask once a week
- Adding leave-in conditioner
- Using products with no silicones or parabens
Dry your hair with cotton T-shirt
For the past couple of months I've been using Carol's Daughter's Sacred Tiare Restoring Hair Mask as well as the Leave-In Conditioner.
Carol's Daughter Restoring Hair Mask
After shampooing, I apply the hair mask specifically on my ends for five to seven minutes. After I rinse it off I feel my hair feeling super smooth - but not oily.
The hair mask is supposed to treat damaged, fragile, and frizzy hair.
After drying my hair with the T-shirt, I spray the leave-in conditioner.
The Sacred Tiare Leave-In Conditioner is great for restoring strength, smoothing away frizz and preventing damage.
It contains Coprah Coconut Oil and pro-vitamin B5.
After drying my hair with the cotton T-shirt and applying the leave-in conditioner, I comb my hair with a paddle brush.
Comb hair with paddle brush
Since using the products I've been seeing less shedding in the shower.
I'm also trying not to leave my hair wet. Instead of air drying, I pass the blow dryer on a low setting until my hair is 80% dry.
Check out some of my beauty goals for 2016 here which include spending less time drying my hair.
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