7 Hair Care Items Worth Your Coin

“Who doesn’t love a good hair care recommendation? Or seven?”

Today I’m writing alllllllll about HAIR-CARE-BABY. What’s good? We’ve got shampoo, conditioner, a deep conditioning mask, and hair oil. And then dry shampoo to eliminate your hair oils (lol). Good thing today is pay day because I’m about to unload a healthy recommendation of 7 good products for your hair care routine worth your money, honey.

Let’s start at the beginning of all hair care routines – shampoo and conditioner. These two were made for each other. The Paul Mitchell Forever Blonde shampoo ($18.00) and Forever Blonde conditioner ($19.00) are a match made in heaven. I’ve already emptied each of these products once, and repurchased, and I’m here for them.

These products are a step up from average hair care, without the unreasonable price tag. I believe they are WORTH the $$ and the value is spot on. Both products take great care of my blonde strands and don’t strip my hair of its natural oils – leaving it healthy and conditioned.

I’ve spoken once about these products in this post if you fancy further praise!

Next, to really up your hair care game, bathe your hair in the Briogeo Deep Conditioning hair mask ($36.00). This is worth. every. single. penny. I probably use this deep conditioning mask once weekly or at least every other week. I’ve had it for seven months and I might now just have emptied half of the tub. That is a butt ton of deep conditioning treatments for under $40. Worth it, worth it, worth it. I live and die by this stuff and will continue to repurchase it.

Sticking with the Briogeo theme (which I’m obsessed with), we are moving onto their Rosarco Milk Leave-In conditioning spray ($20.00). I will spritz this all over my hair, post-shower, focusing halfway down my strands and the ends. Then I comb through to distribute it. This leaves my hair silky soft and when I wake up the next morning it actually looks and feels a bit more repaired. It’s a miracle worker and I will again repurchase this one.

I reviewed these two products previously and one more from the Briogeo line, see those thoughts here!

Okay this next one is a hair oil that I just DIE for. It may be my favorite of everything in this post. The Marrakesh Oil ($22.99) in the original scent. OH. MY. LANTA. It’s so good. Smells amazing, performs amazing, I just cannot get enough and will buy endless bottles of this product. I use one pump in the palm of my hand and coat my hair from the middle of the strands to the end (same as the conditioning spray). I then leave my hair in a little low bun to soak up the goodness for 20-30 mins before bed where I let me hair out of the bun.

This is the ultimate product for me. If you take anything away from this post, let it be this oil. And also the hair mask.

NEXT UP – I wanted to throw this product in here because it’s good and does its job and also smells like a dream. The Chi Thermal Protecting spray ($6.50 for a small bottle) does its job but also acts like a hair perfume for me. It smells incredible and it adds heat protection to your hair before going in with a blow dryer, straight iron, or curling wand. Solid product and worth the money – which in my opinion isn’t expensive!

Lastly, and certainly not least, is yet another holy grail product. Did anyone really think we’d make it through this post without BATISTE DRY SHAMPOO holy hell this is a godsend. I can find the large size for $8.99 in TJ Maxx or Marshall’s so get in your car now! Dry shampoo has absolutely changed the game for me. It can turn fresh curls into a three-day look. It’s true that your hair needs trained to be less oily (and for me tbh that took like 6 months), but this will get you there. It soaks up oil, smells great, and is an absolute must for me in the years to come. O B S E S S E D.

So those are my hair favorites. Take ’em or leave ’em but I hope you enjoyed yourself and gathered some new fun recommendations. How many of y’all already use some of these?! Lmk below.

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14 thoughts on “7 Hair Care Items Worth Your Coin

  1. Honestly, I needed this! I am beauty illiterate and have no idea where to go from shampoo, conditioner, and leave in conditioner. It’s so dry in Wyoming and my hair feels it. I’ve tried so many dry shampoos but they all make my hair more oily than before. Do you have any recommendations for dry scalp? Because hook ya girl up.

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    1. AHHHH my babe!! SO – kinda pricey but Briogeo does have this scalp treatment shampoo with charcoal and coconut oil to sooth irritated scalps. I don’t have an irritated scalp and personally think the price is a bit steep but I do really like it and it is soothing. And v natural.

      You would live and breathe for Batiste dry shampoo if you give it a go and it’s SO affordable.

      If I come by any more affordable scalp options I’ma holler at you!

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  2. Hair care has always been my top concern.. I suffer from hair fall a lot and I keep on trying different oil, hair masks etc to control it… I liked this post and definitely gonna try it .

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  3. I am dying to try the Briogeo like. Thank you for testing it and reviewing it. Also, the Batiste Dry Shampoo is a killer item that everyone should have. I have dark hair and it can be annoying to blend in, but the dark shampoo is a filthy mess! Great reviews!

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    1. Hey Andrea, thank you for reading! girl I hear you with the dry shampoo – a total game changer.
      I am happy you’ve found a product to try from the Briogeo line – I don’t think you’ll be disappointed! xo let me know if you have any questions ๐Ÿ™‚

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