Monday, 20 October 2014

The curls Edition

Every curly-haired girl (or boy) will probably know THE Issue: Finding the right products for your curls.
So once you found them you will probably stick to them for eternity.

Recently I just came across two beauty products, which won’t leave my shelf any time soon.
After washing and towel drying my hair, I apply a hazelnut sized drop of Arganics by NuMe Argan Oil into my locks.  Every curly haired  person struggles with dryness and frizz on a regular basis, but my ends seem to look like the Sahara since I tried the l’oréal preference ombré in red. Don’t get me wrong I don’t regret taking the plunge, but every bleaching has  consequences aka, for me, the dryness of my ends.

Anyway, argan oil is a must for everyone struggling with lack of moisture.  Despite the price tag I can’t take my hands of the NuMe Argan oil, it just manages to leave my hair super smooth and the scent is another plus. Although, I believe that any other argan oil will do the trick.


Step 2 is as “simple comme bonjour”, I just squeeze a notable amount (not too much though) of the Syoss curl controlmousse in my palm, mix the whole thing together, flip my hair upside down and BOOM,  yesss you guess right I apply it into my curls.  I use some squeezing motion to achieve the look I’m seeking to.
What I love about this mousse is that the mousse is neither to heavy nor to sticky and it won’t drop my curls as some other products.  The 48h long lasting power is quite a good estimation, but won’t last very much longer. This little fact is the only negative point, as I happen to wash my hair every 2-3 days. But never mind, I still rock the messy hair bun on the third day.


Next step of my hair routine is to let my hair air dry completely, and that’s basically it.

Bisous, Marye

P.S.: little additional tip, if your curls are still frizzy after they dried completely you can apply another tiny amount of argan oil to your locks.


4 comments

  1. my hair also gets very dry an knotty - from bleaching it.
    I may have to give this oil a go! :)

    http://lavidadelozza.blogspot.com.au/

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    1. The oil really helps for dry hair. Let me know if you liked it :)

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  2. Great experience!
    Have a nice day!
    Angela Donava
    http://www.lookbooks.fr/

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