In this video, I talk about the hair care products that work best for my thick/frizzy/ wavy hair as well as some products that didn’t work for me.
Bye-Bye Parabens, which I mention in the video, is a black-owned beauty brand, so if you’re doing the B.O.M.B challenge or just want to support brands owned women of color, you need to check out this brand.
– Bye Bye Parabens Texture Hair Therapy Shampoo and Conditioner
– Essential Healing Oil Treatment
– Moisture Balance Leave-in Conditioner
– Giovanni 50:50 Balanced Hydrating-Clarifying Shampoo and Conditioner
* BONUS PRODUCTS (Updated 8/9/2018)
Here are some new products I’ve tried lately that I’m really loving:
– Giovanni Frizz Be Gone Hair Serum
– Giovanni Shine of the Times Finishing Mist
– Pacifica Salty Waves Beach Hair Balm
– Bye Bye Parabens Brilliant Shine Spray
– Desert Essence Coconut Shampoo, Conditioner, Hair Defrizzer and Heat Protector, and Soft Curls Hair Cream (great for summer and hot climates!).
– Tints of Nature UK hair dyes. These are so nourishing, have amazing coverage and leave a super glossy shine on your hair.
Some additional info I forgot to mention:
Giovanni is considered to be an Eco Chic (c) hair care line, and according to their website: “Giovanni was the first full range salon inspired hair care brand in natural product stores and today is the #1 selling Hair Care line in the United States Natural Products Industry.” I think the brand is perfect for anyone who wants affordable yet luxurious natural products.
Bye-Bye Parabens is a natural hair care line made for natural curly hair, but it works for many hair types. Because of it’s high-quality ingredients and price range, I would call this a luxury hair care brand.
Although both brands are Cruelty-Free, they are not 100% vegan so, check labels if you buy other products that I did not mention here.
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