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What I'm Loving Lately | Hair Products

I love reading posts when other bloggers share their favorite products, makeup, foods, and miscellaneous items they love and use often. So I thought it would be fun to start a new series where I share a round up of my current favorite items. Since I recently cut my hair short, I thought it would be fun to start with my current lineup of hair products.

Davines Hairspray // I had been using a different hairspray for years, but I was no longer happy with it. I always had trouble with it crusting over and getting clogged which was annoying. And it was just too sticky and strong of a hold. I didn't like how it made my hair crunchy. This Davines hairspray is still a strong hold (which I need with my fine, thin hair) but it's not crunchy or sticky at all! It also has a really nice scent that isn't overpowering. I've found that it really does make my curls last throughout the day, but also makes them look more natural.

Aveda Phomollient // As I mentioned, I have really fine, thin hair. I like to wear it curled most days, so I need a little product to help make sure it stays throughout the day. The phomollient is great because it doesn't make your hair feel like there is a bunch of product in it. But helps create volume and hold the curl. I usually spray it into my hands then massage it into my hair at the roots for volume, then a bit at the ends to help hold the curl. I am really picky about hair products and don't like the feeling of them in my hair. This is a great product because it's hardly noticeable but really adds volume and helps hold the curl. I even got my Mom hooked on it!

Living Proof Dry Shampoo // For the longest time I've been using the cheapest drug store dry shampoo and was perfectly happy with it. But I had been hearing about this stuff forever and decided to buy the sample size at Sephora to try it out. Man, it is the best dry shampoo I've ever used. I used to barely make it two days without washing my hair, now I can do three no problem. It is seriously the best, highly recommend if you use dry shampoo.

The Wet Brush // I have always struggled with major tangles when brushing my hair because it is so fine. I felt like I lost half of my hair each time I brushed it. I tried combs, combing it in the shower with the conditioner in, and even detangler, but nothing really made a difference. I think I first saw this brush on The Sweetest Thing's Snapchat (love her)! so I knew I had to give it a shot. You guys, it's amazing! I was skeptical when I got it because the bristles are so flexible and seemed like they'd rip right out. But it works like a dream and I have significantly less breakage and hair loss from brushing. If you have thin/fine hair, or struggle with hair coming out from brushing, buy this brush immediately!

I'd love to know what your favorite hair products are!


  1. I love the wet brush too. My hairdresser recommended it to me a couple years ago and have been loving it ever since.

  2. I use It's a 10 miracle leave in conditioner and pure argan oil, free of dyes. My BFF is a hairdresser and she said some oil products like Moroccan oil contains dyes to give it that golden color. These dyes can build up in your hair and dull your hair color. I also use a wet brush! It's amazing!


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