photo from Snoe Beauty
With my bleached and ash blonde hair right now, you must be thinking if I had regrets with it. Well, as soon as I went home and faced the mirror, a realization just swept on to me – I needed to maintain it, and at that moment, I just remembered seeing some people who have had hair bleached like mine with their hair looked really dry and damaged already – which explains why I was scared of getting adventurous with my hair color and stalled bleaching for a while. I realized that bleached hair and colored hair was prone to damage. ( just now? ok pardon my craziness ) Okay, Sophie. Your hair is not going to the dry and damaged direction. You are going to do absolutely everything to keep it nice and soft-looking!
As I have been told by the staff at Creations Salon that my hair looked really healthy despite getting bleached months before ( my hair was bleached since August ), I credited it to my using organic shampoo and conditioner by Venus and Mars. I cracked the code and realized that using sulfate-free cleansers is the reason why my hair has been this healthy. So now, I’ve really been trying organic hair care products to take care of my hair.
For the longest time already, my hair has been really particular with conditioners as it is categorized as dry and damaged. Regular conditioners simply won’t do, and I consider deep-conditioning masques as my daily conditioner and really, really quench my hair with the needed moisture as it needs it. I remember that quite well during my rebonded, and coloured hair days. Now that it’s bleached, and really light, it definitely needs more tender lovin`.
I’ve been hearing alot of good things about the wonder ingredient Argan Oil for the skin, and the hair. Argan Oil is a really rare kind of oil found in Morrocco, that is loaded with Vitamin E and antioxidants. So when I chanced on Snoe Beauty’s booth at the Rockwell Moonlit Bazaar (see, I am always a good neighbor to my bazaar neighbors, mahilig akong mangapitbahay hahaha!) I reserved their Hair Heroes Intense Argan Oil Cleansing Conditioner for the hair. I saw the price tag – almost P500.00, hmmm not so cheap, and a bit expensive. But I was willing to try it. If it breaks out my scalp, then goodbye, and maybe my sisters who have less sensitive scalps can use them, and if yes, it’d be a gem forever in my bath essentials! Key word was also “liquid gold.” Who can ever resist that? So checkout!
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