Jul 01, 2012
i am currently trying to grow out my hair but i have to keep up with highlights as i don't want major rootage and my natural hair colour is greyish brown. i tried dying my hair closer to my natural colour before but i found that it washed me out and it damaged my hair just as much as the bleach did (even semi permanent colour.) so i have decided to stay a blonde but my hair needs a little help, i am using argan oil, coconut oil, castor oil & avocado oil (i know right?) but my hair needs something with protein in. i have used eggs in my hair but its just not enough i need something thicker and that will penitrat my hair better. any suggestions? prefferably under 20 pounds
The Aphogee 2 minute keratin treatment is an excellent protein treatment. Where do you reside? It's available at Sally's Beauty Supply stores here in Canada and the U.S...not sure where else though. The CHI keratin protein spray-in treatment is pretty good as well, but I find Aphogee superior. :) Hope this helps!
oh thank you honey but i'm in the UK so chances are we don't have it but i will definitely check it out!:)
Jul 02, 2012
Use the Macadamia natural oil deep repair masque! but it's a bit pricey!
a cheap deep conditioner that makes my hair super soft and really conditions is the aussie three minute miracle.
deeep conditon with heat, so the product can penetrate , the longer you leave it on the better you hair will feel.
Living Proof are some of the best products I have used. But they are not cheap.
Jul 03, 2012
hey girls thanks for the suggestions,
i have tried aussie and i really dont like it, it did nothing for my hair at all:(
i have tried macadamia hair mask, oil and sulphate free shampoo and loved them but this is not something i can offored being sixteen and in college but i really do love these products and i will definatly look into some of these suggestions thankyou girls and if there are any more keep them coming :)
Kerastase and Bumble and Bumble have some of the best deep conditioning treatments
Jul 04, 2012
thank you hun i have heard of it i think i will give that one a go:)
try it's a 10 miracle leave in conditioner! it has keratin which is a good protein for your hair :)
Ive always used Mayonnaise to deep condition my hair! It does sound strange but hair needs protein for deep conditioning and the best source of protein (without putting actual meat on your hair) is mayonaise. I just use Hellman's mayonaise and apply it to the ends of my hair and a little on the lengths, wait 15-20 minutes and then wash off in the shower :)
I have long hair and it took me a long time to grow it out healthy! I love the Body Shop's Moisture Hair Butter and it's great because it's natural. I did a review on my blog on it as well
Coppola makes a great Vanilla Bean deep keratin conditioning treatment that we use on clients at the shop and you consumers can purchase it as well. Here is an amazon link.
Jul 06, 2012
i have tried mayonnaise but the smell makes me gag so i tried cocnut oil with egs and that was okay but still not enough and thankyou i will have a look at that :)x
Aussie Moist regular and the 3 minute dee condish. Both Amazing products
infusium 23 leave in conditioner. inexpensive, found at almost any drugstore, and very moisturizing with a great smell :)
Definately Aussie. their products are amazing and cheap too plus they smell sooooooooooooo good<3 :)
Jul 09, 2012
i really don't like Aussie i have tried like five of their products and none of them did anything maybe its my hair type or something but it didn't work for me
Jul 11, 2012
It's a 10 shampoo conditioner mask and leave in spray all amazing!
Jul 12, 2012
Aussie 3 minute miracle!
I really like the Palmer's Coconut Oil Protein Pack, I'm not sure if you can get it in the UK but you can order it online. It's $1.50 USD and each pack is pretty big, I'm able to get 4 uses out of each one now that I've gotten my hair healthy! Good luck <3
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