Wednesday, October 2, 2013

Hair Care Routine

I was meaning to write this post for almost two weeks now, but as I said in my previous post I had some technical issues : long story short the photos I took for this hair care post were not saved on my camera. 
So, the reason I'm showing you my hair care routine, first of all it's because, you're reading a beauty blog so that's what we d, ramble about products, I mean I think, correct me if I'm wrong! but anyways the main reason is because on my little hair tutorial I posted couple of weeks ago, I got so many lovely comments from you about my hair! (by the way thank you so much) so it would only be fair for me to show you how I treat them!
Let's talk about the good stuff now!

The hair mask that I'm using is called "H'Suan Wen Hua", by Lush. I should point out first that I absolutely love lush! Not only because their products make my hair feel amazing but because they're using mainly natural products so I don't feel like I'm torturing my hair with tones of chemicals. 
This hair mask just keeps my hair feeling amazing and looking pretty good too. The thing I like the most about this is that I can allow myself to not wash my hair the day after I use this. Okay, so little confession, I do wash my hair everyday and I know it's bad but guys if you had my hair you would understand! If I don't wash it for more than a day, I literally look like Bob Marley, no exaggeration... okay, maybe a little exaggerated but I really do get dreadlocks after not washing them for a long time. Besides that I have to mention there is one big NO about that products, and I feel like it's in my duty to warn you that this stuff smells bad, really bad, I mean really don't expect it to smell like roses because you will be disappointed. 

Okay enough about that, the next thing I use is my Kerastase Shampoo. This is in order of application, oh, yes, because I forgot to mention that the lush mask is ment to be put in your hair before the shampoo, and let it sit for 20 minutes, then you wash it off. 
So I picked up this shampoo not long ago, so I could not tell a lot about it, but for now I'm really pleased with it. It's made for dry and damaged hair, and it does the job so I have no complains, little baby shampoo is pleasing mama so far (mama as being me, sorry for being weird.) 

Now for the final "in the shower" product, is obviously conditioner! I have a bit of a love/hate relationship with "Retread" by Lush (again!). The thing is that I absolutely love the way it leaves feeling my hair after the shower but only once my hair are dry; BUT, it does a really bad job at detangling my hair! (and that's when my pink tangle teaser comes in handy) I guess it's my hair the problem, I mean I know it is, it's always my hair the problem, but still. Now, don't get me wrong, I would 100 % recommend this product, I just have very very very tangled hair and this doesn't make it any easier, but if you have slightly finer hair, then just run to lush and purchase it. You won't regret it.

Okay, for the last product (do you have any other term than "product"? my hands are getting tired of writing this word), Morrocon Oil obviously! I feel like such a typical beauty blogger right now for using this so I'm not going to talk any further about it, but I love it. 

And that's it for my hair care routine, it's not very extravagant, pretty usual but I hope you enjoyed the read or find it helpful! Please let me know in the comments down below if there are any other products (and please write an alternative word to that one, I just feel boring saying this everytime!) that you would recommend and that fit curly voluminous and tangled hair and I'll be sure to go check them out! Thank you so much for reading! 
Kisses Princesses!


  1. Those are some great products! I definitely haven't tried out hair products from Lush, but I feel that I should! They look lovely, and I'm sure that they smell divine!

    Stephanie | fashion and tea

  2. Your hair looks amazing x

  3. Your hair looks gorgeous! I love lush products but have never tried any hair care products and the hair mask sounds lovely. I really want to try moroccan oil too :). Thanks for your lovely comment, would love to follow each other, just followed you :)


    1. Thank you very much! I'd really recommend you to try them out xx

  4. Hi there my fellow blogger. Just want to let you know that I tagged you for the Liebster Award- check it here:

    Your blog is really nice and I decided to nominate you to get more exposure. ;)


  5. It saddend me a little bit that I don't have your hair.. Amazing blog, followed on GFC and bloglovin to return the favour!

    1. Thank you hun but you have amazing hair as well ;) xxx

  6. Your hair is so lovely!! Great choice of products, the Kerastase is expensive but sooo worth it :) xx