Hair Products & Tools
doterra Shampoo & Conditioner
Pros:I've been trying to step up my #allnatural game with moving to #tarte make up, and natural body wash and lotion (I've been hooking on #isagenix natural skin care for a few years) but I refused to give up the #colorproof shampoo I've been hooked on for about two years... finalllly my mom convinced my to try #dōTERRA shampoo and conditioner after I said no way a few times and I gotta admit it's the best my hairs ever been. It feels cleaner, it looks cleaner, and it stays cleaner longer, smells great and my frizzes (hair hair is always flat ironed btw) were actually a bit calmer than the "crazy smooth" shampoo. Def recommend giving it a try!!!
chi Rocket Hair Dryer
After about three years and tens of thousands of miles of travel, my old faithful touch screen Chi hair dryer was finally on its last leg. I saw the Chi rocket at TJ Maxx for $60, read a few reviews and decided to give it a shot (since I didn’t win the lottery and couldn’t spring for a $400 Dyson...). Although I’m not a huge fan of the appearance, I’m quite pleased with this dryer, it does dry about 25% faster than my Chi touch screen (on its last leg) was drying, isn’t quite as noisy, lower electromagnetic frequency means you can be on your phone longer (just kidding keep your phones away from your head) and unlike the touch screen you don’t have to reset your settings after you unplug it (I mean who only wants medium power anyways??). If you’re in the market for a new dryer check your local TJ Maxx or Marshall’s and especially at $60 this one is certainly a win!
bABYblisS pRo NanO titAnium flaT iRon
After a lot of debate, options asked and reviews read I finally decided to bite the bullet and get this Babybliss Pro Nano Titanium flat iron for $99 at Ulta where of course I had a coupon for 20% off haha. I have to say I'm pretty pleased it curls and straightens great and results last for days! Plus there is a great memory button that saves your heat setting making it even quicker (I'm talking seconds here) to heat all the way up to the max 450 degrees.