I’m always open to trying new hair care products. I have mixed hair so finding products that work for every texture is hard but there are things out there. I have teamed up with @SheaMoisture to present some awesome products that are available for all hair types. Specifically, this SheaMoisture Raw Shea Butter Moisture Retention Shampoo and Raw Shea Butter Restorative Conditioner was said to work well with all types of hair.
Secondly, I heard that these products would work to help my hair in transitioning seasons. Summer damage is real. Restoring your hair after summer is something you don’t think about but after spending so much time outside in the pool and all the brunches (Anyone else obsessed with a fabulous patio?) your hair needs time to recuperate. So here are my 4 tips to restoring your hair after summer damage:
Replace Lost Moisture
This is one of the easiest things you can do at home to treat your hair. Stay away from products containing sulfate or parabens that will strip your hair of its natural oils. Add ingredients like Organic Raw Shea Butter and Coconut Oil. That’s what makes the SheaMoisture Raw Shea Butter Moisture Retention Shampoo and Restorative Conditioner so great. It has all the good ingredients.
One trick I learned a long time ago is to rinse your hair with cold
water. I’m not going to act like I do this all the time but when I’m
serious about having healthy hair (especially after over-processing) I
do torture myself and rinse my hair with cool water. It causes the
hair shafts to lie flat which results in shinier smoother hair.
Remove Dead/Damaged Ends
Removing those little frayed ends at the end of your bangs
restores bounce to your hair and it just feels insanely awesome. I
love the way my hair feels after a good trim. There’s no reason to
keep damaged ends. It seems like as soon as you cut them off that
length comes back, in a better form.
Of course you should always use a conditioner but when restoring
damaged hair, use a deep treatment mask every week. The Raw Shea Butter
Deep Treatment Masque would be perfect because of the moisture infusing
ingredients like Raw Shea Butter, Argan oil, and Sea Kelp will
definitely restore moisture to your hair. I feel that a hair mask like the SheaMoisture Deep
Treatment Masque would be a great option to repair damaged hair. Just apply
and let is set with a shower cap for 10 minutes and proceed to rinse
for instant better looking and feeling hair.
So maybe your thinking it’s time to go binge shop on the hair and beauty aisle. Well, I picked these products up at my local Walmart in the General Market Hair care aisle. I couldn’t wait to come home and try. Somehow my husband tried them before I did, lol. We both had positive experiences thankfully. The product works so well at keeping my hair soft and moisturized and more importantly post-summer ready.
Have you tried any SheaMoisture products at Walmart?
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of SheaMoisture . The opinions and text are all mine.#EveryBodyGetsLove @SheaMoisture