So as my Dominican Hair product junkie phase comes to a full circle this month from a year ago, I’m looking forward to finishing what I have left. I like to get the most out of my money so I have been mixing and matching products as well as adding oils to those that have not been too good.
Something I have been meaning to do since my product junkie phase, especially with Dominican products, is go natural and organic as much as possible when it comes to my hair. Although I truly love my products there are many ingredients I need to keep away from. Such as silicones, petrolatum and many more ingredients that provide you with results in the short run, but in the long run, it can turn into a whole other story.
So this morning I took out most of what I had left (mostly empty containers) and I’m looking forward to finishing up a couple of product reviews I also have coming up.
One thing I will have a lot of trouble getting rid of is my daily moisturizer. I used to use lusters pink lotion and quickly fell in love with ORS Olive Oil moisturizer soon after ditching lusters pink lotion.
It contains mineral oil and other stuff I’m not too sure about. But it’s been my baby for so long I hope to find something natural that works just as good.
Tiffany over @ A day in the life of a Curly Gurly got her hands on some BEE MINE products and their daily moisturizer is on my wish list can’t wait to see her review and start experimenting with some other things as well.
La Plancha is basically my last Dominican hair product I have yet to thoroughly review along with one more other, ( I think 10 en 1) and so far so good. I like this treatment will keep using it every 2 weeks until I run out. Nacidt’s products are also a hard product to let go. Back when I stared reviewing Dominican hair products Nacidt Avocado was not feeling my hair, so recently I have been adding oils to it such as ylang ylang and Argan Oil and it’s like a whole other product!
This is IC polisher hair gel which I have been usuing for the past year or so and love it. Great for minimal hold and slicks back my hair giving it shine and taming my edges. Love it because it does not dry out my hair or leaves those bothersome flakes certain gels tend to leave.
I recently got my hand’s on Eco styler’s much talked about Olive oil gel and just loveee it! It gives a much more firmer hold than the IC gel, so I tend to use it when I go out dancing. It helps my hair from sweating my hair styles out.
These are some of the hair related things I have been up to. So hopefully sometime by November I can embark on my new regimen which will be great because I will try to do as many natural treatments as possible, something I was unable to do this past summer. My wish list is coming along and basically since my last hair update, I have been protective styling, roller setting now that the weather is milder and of course browsing products and forums for my up coming all natural regimen.
So stayed tuned for this new phase in my hair journey.