If you are like me, you probably have dyed and colored your hair quite a bit over the the years. In the 90’s, I wanted tight curls, so a perm it was (yes, I had a perm – it was super trendy back then), and in the more recent years the flatiron took over, in order to get that sleek, straight look. Needless to say that all of that had an effect on my naturally wavy hair and, adding the factor of age, my hair started breaking badly recently, leaving me with frizzy looking hair that can’t decide if it’s supposed to be wavy or straight.
I was facing two options: cut it all off and let it grow back healthy, or stop using so much heat and try to repair the hair as much as possible. Cutting it short was not an option, so I started looking for cruelty free products to nurse my lifeless locks back to health. Read More