Monday, January 18

Stronger, healthier hair

Happy Monday loves! I don't think you'll be surprised to hear that I get more questions about my hair care than anything else, and since we all love the clean-slate aspect of the New Year for trying new things, I thought it would be the perfect time to partner up with Moroccanoil to answer a lot of those questions, and to show you how I keep my hair healthy and strong!!
Since I've had five babies in the last five years my hair has really taken one big beating after another. Even with all my vitamins and things, I'm not one of those mamas who gets thick luscious locks when she's pregnant. It's an uphill battle the whole time, and I experience lots of thinning and breakage (believe it or not!). Especially with Evie's pregnancy and birth during such a stressful time in our life, my hair had never been so fragile, but through all the struggles with my hair health, one of the best assets has been using Moroccanoil products on a regular basis. I've trusted their treatments and masks since highschool, and no matter how much I slack off in taking care of my hair, I know exactly what I need to do to get my best hair ever!

When I stick to my regime and use it regularly my hair is just so much softer and healthier, it has bounce and shine, my frizz is under control, it feels thicker, and grows faster! Argan Oil replenish the vitamins and protein in my hair, and it especially really protects from sun damage and heat damage from curling irons, etc, which is so important to me!
Some of my favorites include:
The Pure Argan Oil
The Restorative Hair Mask
The Thickening Lotion
and especially The Moroccanoil Treatment:
 - After I get out of the shower, I like to leave my hair wrapped in a towel for about ten minutes to allow it to dry a bit while I do some skincare or makeup, or change a diaper, etc:)
- Next I work about a quarter-sized amount of the Moroccanoil Treatment onto my hair and work it around with my fingers from high shaft to the ends.
- Next I let it sit on my hair for a minimum of 10 minutes to allow really good penetration into my follicles, and then I simply dry and style it as usual!
So I guess I should wrap up, but I hope that I've convinced you to go check out the different products and find some that are just right for you! They have so many different options for hair styling and haircare and even skincare, all argan oil infused, and I even have a bunch in my cart that I'm hoping to add to my collection soon (shimmering body oil anyone?:)).

Thank you so much for visiting today! I hope that's answered a few of your questions about my hair-care, and if you have any more about the products or technique, let me know in the comments!

This post was sponsored by Moroccanoil.





19 comments:

  1. This really sounds awesome. I am trying to grow my hair out--it grows very slowly, and I have been trying different nourishing treatments lately, such as Wild Growth hair oil and a homemade molasses/yogurt treatment. I haven't noticed any difference yet--do you think Moroccanoil would help with growing out the length? Your hair is amazing!

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  2. As an apostolic penetecostal woman who does not cut her hair ever it is very hard to keep it healthy when you're styling it with heat and bobby pins on regular basis: I have been hair envious of you since I first saw one of your pins. I greatly appreciate you sharing this and am def going to look into their products and pass this information along!

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  3. It's so interesting that people are now realizing how safe and good oils are actually for your hair. It was a few years ago where every shampoo commercial told you have their shampoo was mild enough to use every single day on your hair.

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  4. Thank you for finally sharing your current hair care products! I belong to a hair care forum and Moroccanoil products are talked about a lot. Perhaps this is the final selling point for me and I'll try some...your hair is fantastic hopefully mine will be half as nice.

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  5. Love this post and beautiful pictures! Is your hair colour natural then?

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  6. The Moroccaoil Treatment has done wonders for my hair! I really need to try more of their products!

    Kristi | Be Loverly

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  7. You have the most beautiful hair. Wish mine was your color!
    <a href="http://glamonthegulf.com”>Glam on the Gulf</a>

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  8. Can I ask how often you wash your hair? I find that if I wash my daily it kits very frizzy and dry even with products!

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  9. Can I ask how often you wash your hair? I find that mine gets very frizzy even with products when I wash daily.

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  10. Wow, that's not hard at all. I'll have to give it a try!

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  11. Did you know you have heterochromia? Your look is so beautiful and distinctive. I've enjoyed reading your blog for a couple of years :)

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  12. Great post, thanks for sharing!

    Rxx

    www.peppermintdolly.com

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  13. I remember your past post of hair helped me a lot! :)Thanks for this.

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  14. Your hair has always been something I have noticed (and envied) whilst following your blog over the last few years. I need to try these argan oil products as I have really long hair too and it needs a little extra tlc after a few months of illness (my MS has flared up majorly over the last year and it seems to take everything out of my skin, hair and nails when it does). Great post, thank you.

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  15. your hair is seriously amazing xxo I love morracan oil
    Jamie
    www.jamieeverafter.com

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  16. Thank you so much to share all this whit us!
    You're gorgeous !

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  17. Such gorgeous hair!? Is it really alll real?? Hair envy for sure.

    xx Kasey

    kasestyles.com

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  18. Love your hair and I would like to know where you have find that pullover?

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  19. I love your hair!! I have long curly hair and it is prone to breakage...BAD! I too, am like you. My hair had a rough season during pregnancy. One thing I quit doing was wrapping my hair in a towel. I only use my hubby's old tee shirts. That has helped. I am always up to trying new hair products. I will have to try your hair routine out. Thank you so much for sharing. Did I say, "YOUR HAIR IS GORGEOUS!!!"
    DK

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