A few days ago eSalonwho specializes in hair care products, inspired me to talk about one of my favorite topics-hair care. I got really excited since it is on of my favourite topic and I can talk about it for hours. It is probably the only element in my beauty routine that requires the most care which is why I use so many products to tame it. 

Before I start talking about my favourite hair products I will take a trip down to memory lane and tell you more about my hair story. I was born with thick straight hair and until the age of 11 I never had to take care of it. I would just have to brush them in the morning and wash them twice a week with a random shampoo and they would stay in perfect health. But, as you will probably notice by the end of this paragraph, I am very impulsive when it comes to my hair. And one day, 11 year-old me decided to switch my long beautiful hair for a Dora the Exploradora cut. Well, it wasn't supposed to end up this way but it did and in the process my hair type changed too (I still think it is because of that damn hairdresser who probably burned my hair with her straightener). My hair turned into a dry voluminous "curly" hairtype which was horrible to handle. But I did not try to do anything of it and accepted it eventually. A few years later (my hair was long again but neither straight or healthy) I decided overnight to cut them short again in the hope that they would return to their original nature. Naive. It did not work. I was then forced to admit defeat and started to try different products on my hair. I also got myself a hair straightener for the first time. Well, back to today. After a few more short cuts, including my last one dating from a few months ago and which was the shortest of all, I finally managed to find a hair routine that works to tame my wild hair. 

In the shower. I always go for a Garnier shampoo and mask from the Ultra Blends range as they are the only ones working on my hair. At the moment I got the Argan Oil and Camelia flower one, I use the mask once a week and wash my hair twice. 
After the shower. I prefer to let my hair dry naturally, I only blow-dry it when I am in a hurry. However, everytime I need to apply heat I use the L'Oréal "Hot & Liss" heat protector in spray format. Then after straightening my hair I apply oil which is a very important step. I personally use Amla Oil as it helps with hair growth but Coconut oil also does the job perfectly. When my hair are in a really bad condition I do a oil mask and let it rest for a night. 

These are my top 3 products I have been using for years now and that work perfectly on my hair. I would like to thank eSalon for giving me the opportunity to share a bit of story about my hair. You can click here to check their wide range of hair products and learn more about their concept. They were also really kind and sent me some cool tips to share with you. I would be very interested to know more about your hair and favourite products so don't hesitate to share your story in the comments. Cheers!

  1. Great article, very inspiring :)



  2. Totally with you on loving talking about all things hair-related :) Letting hair dry naturally is the best, although with it being so cold now in the UK, blow drying is essential to avoid freezing to death! haha. Very interesting points in this post, thanks girl!


  3. These are such great tips dear! Thank you for sharing :)


    1. Thank you, I'm glad you liked it! x

  4. Ugh, I keep saying I'll do some coconut oil hair masks for my hair, but I always seem to forget lol. Do you have any tips on preventing hair loss too? Wishing you a great new week ahead. xx


    1. I wish I had a magical tip for hair loss ahah, I heard that rinsing your hair with cold water work, so? Have a great week too! xoxo