Don’t you love it when you have a good hair day?

I hate it when my curls don’t cooperate. It can literally make me feel so miserable because no matter how long you spend on finessing them they’ll still do their own thing. Yesterday was a good hair day!

I have been using Ouidad leave in conditioner for curly hair as well as their mousse. I love both. I still swear by Shea Moisture products but Ouidad stuff has been working well lately so that’s all I use on my hair. These 2 products. 

My hair got pretty damaged when I changed my colour to lighter but it’s coming back slowly. Of course I have coconut oil to thank to. It’s still a long way to go until it gets back to its natural state but at least it’s not fried and stringy anymore. 

Anyway, another cool thing I’ve discovered for bouncy and light curls is washing my hair with baby shampoo. I know I know. Am I the only one??? 

I randomly tried it a few weeks ago and I love how it makes my hair feel and look. Not to mention it smells amazing. 

My hair just feels so clean and it gets rid of the product build up. Which in return makes my curls feel and look lighter, more alive and bouncy. 

Has anyone done this? Do share! 

Nina xo 

3 thoughts on “Don’t you love it when you have a good hair day?

  1. I’ll have to try that brand. I always see it I target but I end up always sticking to ashes Moisture.

    I haven’t tried baby shampoo for myself but I have a friend that swears by it. I think the next time I run out of shampoo, I’ll give it a shot.

    1. You definitely should! It can’t do no harm. And yes Ouidad products are really good. A bit on the pricey side but worth it. I still prefer shea moisture but I’m biased lol


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