Save $$$ with at Home Hair Care

With everyone going through some financial hard times like myself. I am constantly seeking ways to save other than bringing my own lunch from home....

My first Product Review post... I have attempted several times to do my hair at home.  My end results have never been like the Salons until now! :) I washed + blow dried my hair and here are the results and products I used. IMG_0078 IMG_0076 IMG_0074

I am sorry the first picture lighting sucks lol.. {This is all a learning  process for me :) }

The last time I washed + blow dried my hair at home I used Motions Nourish Leave-in Conditioner + Tresemme Thermal Creations Heat Tamer on my wet hair before attempting to blow dry.  My end result was always straight and full but with a heaviness and stickiness feel to my hand. I was never 100% happy with the end result. Product Review (2)

I HEART Duane Reade! During one of my many window shopping activities I found Neutrogena Triple Moisture Silk Touch Leave-in Cream.  The bottle offers moisturizing while diminishing flyaways and frizz, while hair stays naturally soft and touchable!

Product Review I am very very happy with the results..  My hair feels soft, airy to touch just like the result from the salons!

Now I am more incline to wash + blow dry my hair at home more frequent than ever! I will save any where from $60 - $100 a month from my salon visits. 


Kinks & Curls said...

Seeing how gawgeous your hair turned out made me remember why I luv that leave-in!
But how did you blow all that hair out yourself? My shoulders hurt just thinking abt it. Oo lol
Details (products) please, and thank you. :D

Ebonee718 said...

Wow :O, that seemed like alot of work for you but it came out beautiful :~) I shall give this a try and let you know ;-)

AskFfrenchie said...

Yes it is a lot of work. I calculated it takes me the same amount of time to do it myself & when I go to the salon.. The leave in and the Neutrogena helps.. I section my hair in 4. Then come the section out with my fav wide tooth come then blow dry with the comb and the leave in and the heat protector.. Once its dry from root to end I move on to the next once all of it is dried I blow it all together then pass a 1" flat iron. Practice makes it easier for me now that I have done it a couple of times myself. My arms don't hurt as much as when I tried to roller set! Now that was a disaster and my arms were killing me and I will never do it again! lol.. You guys gave me inspiration to post a new hair post about conditioners.. I use a lot of conditioner of all kinds of brands.