This is going to be a two-part post as I’m going to test a few natural hair products and fill you in on how the process goes! I don’t know why, but in my clean beauty routine, hair products have been the last thing I’ve switched over to non-toxic. I mean, it’s all about balance, right? But I’m excited to focus my efforts on my hair for awhile and see what difference it makes. I also need to work on having more hair styles, I typically just leave it down with beach waves or up in a low bun. So perhaps this is a challenge to find the right non-toxic hair products as well as practice more hair styles (I’m thinking braids, high buns, etc.).
A little about my hair type & current routine:
My hair is naturally curly but I blow dry it straight and will either use a flat iron or my curling wand and I wash it every other day. I also get my hair highlighted (balayage) and cut once every like 6 months. To be honest, I use Head & Shoulders sometimes (don’t judge), but most days I use a shampoo and conditioner I got from my hair stylist and I rarely put product in my hair after I shower. Sometimes I will put a bit of hairspray in, but my hair holds curl really well and I feel like I don’t know the right products for my hair and get overwhelmed with options. Anyone else?
Luckily, Follain has the option of ordering sample-sizes of most of their hair products, so I’m going to be able to test quite a few without committing to a large bottle. Here’s what I will be trying (so far):
one // Josh Rosebrook’s Balance Shampoo & Conditioner (also want to try his hair spray!)
Four // Rahua Voluminous Dry Shampoo
I’d love to know what natural hair products you use? Or if you have made the transition?
Can’t wait to tell you how these products work for my hair!
*This post was written in collaboration with Follain. As always, my thoughts and opinions are my own. Thank you for supporting brands that support Oh, I Design!