Not too long ago I went lighter with my hair and some how I’ve managed to dodge the damaged stage while still being able to comfortably run my fingers through my locks.

I’m now styling my hair with heating tools more than ever but I’ve come to realize that building the right hair routine is the key to healthy hair. Here are a few things that are keeping my hair tangle and damaged free!

Tangle Teezer

Tangle Teezer

The Tangle Teezer is the ultimate tool to say goodbye to tangled locks. This brush combs through your hair seamlessly without the tugging and pulling. They are perfectly compact to keep in your purse and can range from $22-25 CAD.


Batiste Dry Shampoo

I’ve always been one to wash my hair daily up until I realized my hair was getting dry. Many hair experts always suggest trying to minimize the amount of times one washes their hair weekly, so I took on the challenge. The key to making this possible without greasy looking hair is a good dry shampoo. Batiste Dry Shampoo is by far one of the best dry shampoo’s I’ve tried on the market. With different hues, you can make it look as natural as possible. Additionally, It absorbs oil instantly while adding body to my hair.


Coconut Oil

I’m coconut obsessed and its oil seems to be a super beauty product. Aside from using it as an eye makeup remover or to hydrate my body, I use a generous amount on the of my hair for luscious results. I recommend leaving it on for 15-25 minutes and then wash out during your shower. The results are miraculous and at your local grocery store costs between $4-15 — not bad eh?

How do you keep your locks healthy? Share your links and routines in the comment box below!

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