How To Save Damaged HairOctober 24, 2018
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Confession Time! I have put my hair through hell and back. It’s been cut, colored, layered, re-colored, cut again, worn up nightly in a tight bun, curled, flat-ironed….you name it. And while I have had healthy hair most of my life, the signs of damage have certainly started to show on my once luscious locks.
I’ve been using the shampoo for about 2 weeks now and my hair is definitely one happy camper. Brushing my hair has become significantly easier for me, which is a huge feat in itself, but it’s also become smoother, softer and has a much better texture to it. The icing on the cake though, is my hairbrush. I am no longer pulling giant balls of hair out of it each time I brush, my breakage has become almost non-existent.
The shampoo actually nourishes to repair the appearance of damaged hair and contains Keratin Repair Actives to repair damage deep inside your hair.
For me, minimizing damage is HUGE, especially since my favorite hair style can often be quite damaging to my hair. My favorite fall hairstyle is a curly high pony. After washing my hair with my Dove Nutritive Solutions Shampoo Intensive Repair and drying it, I curl my hair section my section with a 1″ curling wand. I then flip my head upside down, gather it all into one large piece and secure it with a hair tie in the center of my head. Next I run a large tooth comb through the ponytail to separate the curled pieces and give it some big, healthy volume….TA-DA!
The best part is you can get your own bottle of Dove at your local CVS or online 2 for $8 to create your own fall hair look. Plus, when you spend $15 on participating Dove and TRESemmé hair care products you’ll earn $5 in ExtraBucks! This offer runs from 10/21-10/27/2018 so don’t miss out! #FlauntFallHair #CVS #ad