I was deep into the shenanigans of the holidays when this arrived on my doorstep. A beautiful package filled with a new hair product and instructions to enjoy a little me time. Ha! Me time! That’s not something I indulge in often enough. But hey, if someone is telling me to go enjoy a hot bath in the middle of the day, I’m going listen to them. I made my way to my claw foot tub for some afternoon R & R.
As soon as I opened the Argan oil & Cranberry blend, I knew that I was going to like it. The scent was mouth-watering actually. Since each of the different paraben free blends of ingredients, natural extracts and gentle sulfates cater to a specific hair action, I set this one aside. I’m due for a haircut & style, and this blend was for colour care…best to use that when I need it. Right now… well, I’m dealing with frizz.
The scent of the Whole Blends Smoothing shampoo & conditioner took me back to my child hood. It reminded me of the tanning oil my grandmother used to wear on those hot summer days. Coconut oil & cocoa butter… delicious!
Since oily roots and frizzy ends are a real problem in my world right now… especially with the super dry air, this blend was the one I knew I had to dive into.
So, before I relaxed in the tub with my sweet smelling treats, I took a before photo of my hair… Mind you, it was in dire need of a wash (I’m not the kinda girl that washes her hair daily. I’m a 2 or 3 times a week type girl). II also don’t use a ton of product or heat on my hair very often. Oh – and as a waitress, it gets pulled back for every shift. That’s great for health code, but torture on my locks. I had actually just pulled my hair out of a ponytail right before I snapped this before shot.
You can’t see it well, but there is a purple streak in my hair.
And there you go. My hair feels soft. It’s not tangled from frizz and has a healthy sheen to it. I’ve been running my fingers through it all night.
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Although this post has been generously sponsored by Garnier Whole Blends, the opinions and language are my own.