A snow day to hydrate.

images-39I get asked a lot what are the best conditioners out there. I always say, it depends on the season and your hair.  Like your skin, your hair routine should vary with the weather.  I recommend having three shampoos and conditioners you love.  Why? Because that product that you loved and was working great either plateaued or your environment changed effecting your hair and the way the product was working.  So changing your routine to the season and your hair needs will recharge a loved shampoo and conditioner.  I say three kinds do the trick. Don’t be scared to shake things up with good products.  You spend a lot of money on your hair. Treat it well. It does matter

Shampoo’s & Conditioners I love

Oribe

Kerastase

Low lather shampoo’s and the less you shampoo the better.  Which leads me too…

Oribe Dry Texturizing spray, a way to gain a extra day in-between shampooing.

A deep conditioner for those of you with real hydrating needs.  This once a week or every other week is amazing.

At home remedy thats a must in everyones shower.  Coconut oil, you can use a conditioner and make sure rinse very well.  

My favorite is to shampoo the night before use coconut oil on mid-shaft to end tie up and rinse shampoo and condition normally the next morning.  Conconut oil on the skin is a everyday ritual especially in the winter.

Published by Carey L Thompson

sa.lon noun A salon is a gathering of people under the roof of a host, held partly to amuse one another, and partly to refine the taste and increase the knowledge of the participants through conversation "either to please or to educate". Finding Everyday Beauty is an extension of this. An online salon with the emphasis of finding real everyday beauty in all of us, and having fun doing it! I will show you styles that I hope will inspire you to try them on your own, or with me at the salon. I will answer questions, as well as update you on new trends, services, promotions, schedule changes, and much much more. You can always find me through the site, or feel free to get in touch via email! Thanks for following along and I hope you enjoy! XO Carey "Life begins where fear ends." — Osho

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