Tuesday, January 20, 2015

Hair Essentials

We've recently received lots of requests for hair tips and tutorials.

To be honest, when it comes to styling our hair, we are pretty boring and like to keep it simple.

Basically, we have three go-to hair styles: straight, curled, and side braid ;) 

We do have a few essentials that we think are necessary steps in our daily hair routine, no matter the style.
First off, we can't tell you enough how important using good, quality products on your hair is. It all starts in the shower. We grew up using Paul Mitchell shampoo and Purology conditioner. Then we moved out and went to college, and started buying cheaper shampoo and conditioner, since we were the ones paying the bills. We noticed a HUGE difference in our hair and realized right away what it was. Quality shampoo and conditioner is worth the money people...trust us!

A few other things that are always part of our daily routines are...



We learned about biotin from Pinterest a few years ago, and have been using it ever since. We feel it really has made a big difference in helping our hair to grow healthier and stronger.




This stuff is seriously the best. Use it on wet or dry hair for soft, smooth, and shiny hair. You would think since it's an oil it would just make your hair look greasy, but nope! Even the day or two after a wash, a little bit of this stuff will have your hair looking fresh again and smelling AMAZING! 



If you don't own a wet brush...go get one now! IT WILL CHANGE YOUR LIFE ;) It's the ultimate brush for detangling your hair, especially when it's wet. It was a LIFE saver on our family Lake Powell trip after our hair would end up in a rat's nest on boat rides.  


Scroll down for a video tutorial on how to get the loose waves and twisted braid pictured below… 





We know we're both a little awkward in front of the camera, so bear with us! ;)

5 comments :

  1. I use the Morrocan oil too and love it! It makes my hair so soft! I will have to try out the wet brush as well...thanks for sharing!

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    1. Isn't Moroccan oil the best?! And yes, the wet brush is a must!

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