Ever so pure

Neon Blush, L'oreal EverPure, hair care, intense conditioningL’oreal 'EverPure' shampoo and conditioner, Rennou toothpaste, True Botanicals mist, Coqui Coqui perfume, Rag & Bone weekender bag (similar), Timberland scarf (similar)

Over the past few years, my hair has grown to become at times brittle, coarse, dry, and sometimes just broken down (especially the ends). I don't know the exact causes—it could be at times when I travel and just overall stress that comes with it, it could be the consequences of dyed hair, or it could even be aging—but I try and maintain it by moisturizing it the best that I can.

Every so often I'll use L'oreal's EverCrème Intense Nourishing shampoo and conditioner, and instantly feel and see a lift in my hair. Both are free of harsh sulfates and parabens, and both have natural omega 3 and 6 to help hydrate hair. Once a week I'll run the shampoo and massage it into my scalp to cleanse; I'll follow up with the EverCreme conditioner and apply throughout my hair. While I lather up on body and face wash, I'll leave the conditioner on so that my hair really soaks it in. I find that the benefit of any conditioner is maximized this way. Once finished, I come out feeling refreshed and totally detangled, both literally and figuratively.

On other days, because my hair is ombre'd, I'll use L'Oreal's EverPure Blonde Shade Reviving Treatment. It does what it says it does- prevents the blonde from getting brassy but maintains the shine. Because I’m rather low maintenance on my hair, it's imperative I maintain it with shampoo and conditioner that actually work. Just thought I'd share my latest favorites.

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Dylana Suarez said...

I've tried this and it's great!