The hair products you use are so important in the final outcome of all that time spent in front of the mirror. But you don't have to spend a ton of money to get really great stuff. Actually, everything I am using right now (well, except for this purple shampoo I use once a week to keep my blonde from getting brassy) comes straight from the grocery store. My hair girl is always telling me that she will pick me up some "better" products at the beauty supply store but why fix what ain't broke, right? And why spend more money when you can get the same look for less? I am always down to save a few bucks.
Y'all know I am "All About That Bass" when it comes to hair. The bigger the better. So I always make sure the products I use are made for volume. My favorite shampoo and conditioner for the past few years can be found at any grocery or drugstore. One tip for you girls though… NEVER put conditioner on your roots. That kills the volume and makes your hair look greasy faster.
If you have followed the blog for a little while, you know how obsessed with this stuff I am. It not only keeps my hair looking clean for days between shampoos but it also creates texture, volume, and camouflages my roots when they really, really need to be touched up. That will only work for you blondies though.
This is another one of those products that only needs to go at the ends of your hair but it works so great to tame those split ends and help make curls look and feel super soft. Just like a baby's booty.
So my mom and sister have used this stuff forever and on our last family vacation we forgot our hairspray and needed to borrow some. Ever since, D and I have been hooked! It has such great hold for Dustin's parted hairstyle and really helps volumize and hold my waves. Win, win!
I love these because they don't crease my hair. I tie up my hair when I go to sleep and when I wake up it isn't a matted, creased mess from tossing and turning. So that time I spent curling my hair Sunday, might last me until Tuesday.