BEST HAIR PRODUCTS FOR DRY DAMAGED HAIR
I am rounding up the best hair products for dry damaged hair. As a girl who constantly colors and applies heat to her thick, wavy hair, it’s safe to say my hair needs to be revitalized often. This blog post contains my favorite hair products and hair tools that have made a difference in my hair regiment. I will, of course, update this list if and when things change.
My favorite hair mask of all time is this Virtue Restorative Treatment Mask from Virtue. It has completely transformed my hair and helps hydrate, repair, and condition in just THREE MINUTES.
The Virtue Recovery Shampoo and Virtue Recovery Conditioner works just as well as their hair mask above. It’s made with one-of-a-kind Alpha Keratin 60ku® (unlike animal keratin) that rebuilds damaged hair by dissolving buildup and filling in the cracks caused by damage, leaving hair healthy, soft, and smooth.
works just as well as their hair mask above. It’s made with one-of-a-kind Alpha Keratin 60ku® (unlike animal keratin) that rebuilds damaged hair by dissolving buildup and filling in the cracks caused by damage, leaving hair healthy, soft, and smooth.
I use this Virtue Un-Frizz Creme every time I wash my hair, regardless of whether I’m styling it or not. It helps conditions, smooth and eliminates frizz – especially great on air-dried hair.
Does your hair need a pick-me-up? Trust me when I say this Virtue Create Texturizing Spray adds shine, definition, texture, and volume and doesn’t leave your hair feeling sticky or crunchy. Also, if it isn’t obvious, I am a HUGE fan of Virtue and stand by their products 100%.
I really like this Sol de Janerio Refreshing Dry Shampoo. It smells great, rubs in really well, and I only need a few sprays to refresh my hair. Another affordable option is Kristen Ess Dry Shampoo from Target.
A few months ago, I did a collaboration promoting Redken’s Acidic Bonding Concentrate and I loved how soft and smooth this 3-step process left my hair. I saw results instantly and for someone who has dry, damaged hair, that’s worth the price tag.
I have been using ENZO Milano curling irons for years and I don’t see myself straying any time soon. I have their K1 digital base and several different attachments including the 32C attachment for big bouncy curls and the 26C attachment that I use as a wand. You can use code ALLIEWEARS for 60% off any item on this page.
Yep, I am still using this $25 Deep Hair Waver. I love to use it to add some waves and texture to my hair when it has air-dried.
I received this Briogeo Wide Tooth Comb in a PR package and I use it daily. I like to use it in the shower when brushing through a hair mask, to comb out my wet hair, or brush out my curls after they cool.
Another brush I can’t live without is this Tangle Teezer Wet Detangler Brush. I used my girlfriend’s when on vacation and ordered one within minutes. It’s great at detangling wet hair but also works when blowdrying.
I hope you found this list helpful and if you have any hair products or tools you can’t live without, I’d love to hear about them. You can read more about my hair journey here and click here for 3 hair tips I swear by (and still do to this day!).