My Current Hair Products: Shea Moisture Part 1

Friday, March 28, 2014
My hair products have changed drastically since the last time I posted about the products I use. Right now I have completely stopped using all heat tools including straighteners and blow dryers. My hair is naturally curly so I have to treat it with extra care. I have stopped using sulfate products. I did not realize that sulfate shampoos and conditioners were harmful to your hair, and will strip your hair of all its natural oils.

Raw Shea Butter Moisture Retention Shampoo: This shampoo includes sea kelp and argan oil. This helps dry, damaged hair to heal, it also strengthens and promotes hair growth. It is sulfate free and color safe. 

Raw Shea Butter Moisture Restorative Conditioner: Just like the shampoo, this conditioner includes sea kelp and argan oil. Helps with dry, damaged hair to heal. Promotes hair growth and strengthens your hair. It's also sulfate and color safe. This leave in or rinse out conditioner detangles, moisturizes, repairs and restores damaged hair.
Raw Shea Butter Deep Treatment Masque: This masque deeply moisturizes and repairs over processed hair. It is also good for transitioning from chemically treated hair to natural. In these products the sea kelp is mineral rich and it seals and smooth's hair cuticles. As for the  argan oil, it restores shine and rebuilds hair elasticity. The Shea butter deeply moisturizes your hair, and in the process also conditions the hair and scalp.

Coconut and Hibiscus Curl Enhancing Smoothie: This curl enhancer includes silk protein and neem oil. This is for thick, curly hair. It helps with frizz and brings your hair moisture and shine. This is also sulfate free and color safe. I love this because it defines my curls and reduces frizz while bringing moisture to my hair. This does not weigh the curls down.
In this product the coconut oil hydrates and protects the hair while reducing breakage. The silk protein smoothes the hair for a soft feel. As for the neem oil it controls frizz, and at the same time provides the hair plenty of shine.

Shea Butter leave in conditioning repair cream: This leave in conditioner stops hair breakage and leaves your hair feeling soft and shiny. It is also used to help your become more manageable and repairs damaged, dry, and coarse hair. This also helps repair split ends, protects hair from heat damage, and reduces frizz. (It is also a good moisturizer)

I recommend all of these products they are worth the buy. You can buy these products at CVS, Walgreens, Walmart, and Target.

An Update

Wednesday, March 26, 2014
This is going to be a short post today and it is a little personal to me. I have not blogged in almost 5 months, but that's is due to my computer breaking down on me. A little over a month ago my life changed in a sad way. My pop pop died; He was my mom's dad. This was hard for me because I was so close to him. It happened all of a sudden and was not expected. I'm in shock and I can't believe this. He was the best pop pop in the world and he was always there for me. Life throws you a curve ball and expects you to deal with it. I don't understand, but I guess it's not for me to. He did not take life for granted and he lived it to the fullest. I do not want to get to personal so I am going to stop here. But what I will say is that I should start taking risks and living life to the fullest. I was inspired to follow my dreams. I want to feel like I've made a positive impact on the world. Nothing will be giving to me and I don't expect them to. I am so determined to work hard. There have been times where I've given up, but then I realized that if my grandfather didn't why am I going to. Life is too short and this was my wake up call. Life is all about learning from your mistakes and being the best you can be. As for blogging I am back and I am so glad because I miss all of you and blogging will help me. I have so much I want to share with you all.