Style it!

If I were ever stranded on an island… 2 of the 3 items on the list would HAVE to be with me. Okay, they wouldn’t HAVE to be but if my hair dries naturally, it resembles a cross between a poodle and mop.

So my list of favourite hair tools are listed below! (I am confident, if you try them, you’ll love them!)
Don’t forget – Christmas is right around the corner ;)

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1. Hair Dryer:

T3 Featherweight 2

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This dryer is so quiet and light weight. The day I switched over from my old dryer to this one, I got so many compliments on my hair; it was softer and shinier.

2. Straightener:

GHD Gold Professional 1 inch Styler

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Gold ceramic plates – giving you a smooth sleek style. If you’re like me, the auto shut off comes in VERY handy!

Curling Wand:

AMIKA:  4P Interchangeable Barrel Curler Set

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This curling iron makes curling my hair a breeze! This set comes with a glove along with a digital temperature adjustment, so you can make it as hot as you want! This curling iron is so great, the curls stay intact until the next day – without falling.

Whether you are looking for yourself or someone else, these 3 products should definitely be considered!

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Coconut Oil Hair Mask

Let me just start by saying I LOVE organic, virgin, coconut oil!

I use it for EVERYTHING… cooking, skin care, hair care, and even healing! So of course, because I put my hair through the ringer, between colouring, bleaching, straightening… you get the picture, I needed some major help.

You can skip the honey, if that’s not your thing… but it definitely adds to this hair treatment.

I used about 2 tbs of organic honey (I purchased it from bulk barn)

and about a 1 tbs of organic virgin coconut oil (Costco.. but you can purchase from most grocery stores)

 I mixed it together, heated it quickly with a hairdryer (to make it a bit runny… not hot) and applied to my hair. Throw your hair in a bun and if you have it, a shower cap and read a magazine or relax for about 20-30 minutes (depending on the dryness and damage of your hair, you can leave it in longer). I left mine in overnight with a shower cap and towel on my pillow.

 If your hair is oily like mine, I don’t recommend putting it near your roots, especially if you have somewhere to go after. If you’re feeling adventurous, you can add in egg whites or avocado for added silkiness!

Shower and shampoo as normal…

Now you should have some shiny and smooth locks ;)

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