They say nothing in life is constant – only change, death and taxes. I think they missed frizz. There are actually quite a few (unwanted) constant things in my life – body hair regrowth, dysmenorrhea, I could go on. Frizz is one of them. Even if I indulge myself in hair masks and treatments – it gets tamed for a while, but then frikkin’ frizz always finds it way back. It’s like an annoying ex that keeps on asking to get back with you. And all you can say when you look at them is “Nuh-uh, no. You have got to go.“
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So, I started out with full-bodied hair with frizz all over. Yes, I (really) woke up like that (with worse frizz and no, not with makeup on LOL). From the countless dye jobs and chemical processes my hair has gone through, it’s only to be expected. I don’t heat-style my hair daily, my default solution is putting it up if I’ve skipped out on conditioners and treatments leaving it in a frizzy state. Not to mention I didn’t own a hairbrush until recently (two-three weeks ago?) so… um, yes, I’m partly to blame for the frizz action going on.
But what is an hour of putting on makeup – strong eyeliner eyebrow eyeshadow game, Kim-K contoured cheeks et al – if my hair screams just go back to bed, girlfriend. I’m not saying spend another hour to heat style your hair because ain’t nobody got time for that (except maybe celebrities who spend half their lives getting made up).
It takes less than 20 seconds to slap this serum on and go from crazy bed head to bed hair couture. Notice how it didn’t take out my hair’s body – it only tamed the frizz, made it smooth and manageeable. Definitely not limp or flat, right? I promise no tricks were done behind-the-scenes – although I have to admit I was quite doubtful if the serum could fully tame my crazy hair because it was frizzier than the usual. But it delivered – the silicones pulled through, as they usually do.
I love a good, affordable hair care range – and I’m quite impressed how VItress has managed to step up their game by adding more products to the range. Another staple I see myself using? Their Sun Protect hair polish – I’m so tired of my hair color fading faster than the usual as well as having brittle. stiff hair strands which are effects from sun damage. If we protect our skin from the sun, why should we leave out our crowning glories by letting it bask in the sun’s damaging rays?
How about you guys – do you use any hair serums or any hair-protecting/nourishing products? Are you like me who doesn’t own a hairbrush? LOL! What is your hair story? Do share!
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