Hair Care

Posted by natasha kojic on

Once upon a time, I used to color my hair, and it was blond( bleached blond) and add to it Cali sun = complete disaster of a dry hair I had to live with lol.

Nothing wrong with that hair color (it's attractive and eye-catchy), but it def. was not for me, and it was hard to maintain it, and my hair just did not react well to that color, so what I did, I woke up and decided to stop coloring my hair and get my natural tone. So, here I am, and I' ve been maintaining my natural hair color for the past 4 years and it grows way faster and it's stronger. The sun obviously does its job since I live in California, but overall it's not just that. It is also what you put in your body....

Hair products work but not just by itself. In my case, what absolutely works the best (and trust me I tried almost everything I could during my transition from coloring to natural hair):

Coconut oil (once a month, I put the warm coconut oil to my hair roots for about an hour. Yeah, it is kind of gross and greasy, but you wash it out and it pays off.

For the past 6 months, I started using Nutrafol hair growth vitamins, and it is the only supplement that truly works for my hair and it is noticeable within the first month:

NUTRAFOL (absolutely the best thing I discovered for the past 6 months and my hair grows way faster, and most important way stronger):

As far as for washing my hair, here are the 3 products I don't even travel without:

Softening and Smoothing Shampoo - works the best!

Hair Mask by Rossano Ferretti, absolutely my top favorite!

It's a 10- Leave-In - Keratin Spray

 -Pretty much, that's what works for me.

After having had a habit of "hoarding" 186862 products, I figured: Less is More. Stick to what works and be patient so I did that!

You can try these products yourself, and in a case, it doesn't work (which I highly doubt), blame it on me, or send an update about your hair progress, because you'll be happy with the results!

Happy Holidays, 

Stay happy, beautiful & healthy, 





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