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Summer 2012 Faves: Hair Edition

Summer Faves:hair edition


DermOrganic Leave-In Treatment with argan oil
I have raved about this argan oil leave-in treatment before but have to rave again as this product is awesome! I found mine at Winners but available at most hair salons or specialty haircare stores. Doesn't leave hair oily, tames frizzies, and works on both dry and wet hair.


Shea Moisture Organic Raw Shea Butter Moisture Retention Shampoo
Again another product I have raved about. Inexpensive, sulfate-free, moisturizing shampoo that smells amazing. Love this stuff! Need I write more?


Carol's Daughter Monoi Repairing Conditioner
The beach did havoc on my hair and having tried Carol's Daughter in the past I was slightly hesitant as I had tried a Carol's Daughter shampoo (discontinued) & wasn't thrilled. This on the other hand is the right amount of moisture I need; creamy, leaves hair manageable in water, and conditioning. Smells fantastic!!


Ojon Damage Reverse Restorative Shampoo
I had a samples of this Ojon shampoo and took this with me to the beach portion of my trip. Although its not sulfate-free my hair really liked it! Washed off all the ocean water and sand from my hair without leaving my hair tangled. 


Sebastian Potion 9 Hair Treatment 
This is an old fave! I have been using this on-&-off for over 10 years. The only way I use this product is on wet hair and then I let it air dry in a loose bun or clip. It will not work well for me any other way. Don't blow dry, don't style afterwards, and don't air dry loose. Hair will dry beautifully if you do the above; again after applying it let air dry but in a loose bun or clipped. Trust me on this one!


Organic Root Stimulator Olive Oil Hair Lotion
A super inexpensive product, easily found at most drugstores or mass retailers. My hairdresser Eva Therese uses this so of course I had to buy it! Apply to ends of hair while wet and a dime-size on dry hair around the hairline. Works well as a smoothing agent when you want to wear in a sleek ponytail.

My most used Summer haircare products, a mix of high-end and budget friendly. Meaning you don't have to spend a fortune on gorgeous conditioned hair. Of course take into account; I have thick, dry, wavy hair. After hair is washed I tend to mix the hair lotions with oils and make my own concoction and layer more if needed. 
What were your Summer hair favourites?

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