I love purchasing and trying new beauty products. It’s like trial and error every time, that’s why when I find something that I really like I’m excited to share it with everyone. I always do my research before I purchase something, ensuring that it’ll fit my needs. Sometimes I’m way too picky and I spend days deciding whether or not I want to purchase it. It’s no secret to everyone that knows me, that I’m the slowest decision maker. Oh, well 🙂
Note to self: Work on spending less time when making a decision.
A few days ago I was out and about and I found a really nice store for all natural hair, face and beauty products. I spent more than 1 hour looking at everything, reading the labels and…of course deciding what I wanted to take back home with me. I came across a brand I’ve never heard of before, at least not in the US. It seems like here in the Netherlands Hair Wonder is a well known brand. So I took the risk and bought 2 hair products. This was the best decision I have made so far (if you don’t count yesterday, when I went to the grocery store and came home with 5 chocolate bars).
The first product I picked is hair repair mask by Hair Wonder by Nature. I can’t begin to tell you what this mask does to my dry and damaged hair. I apply it 20 minutes before I hop in the shower, when my hair is all rinsed and lathered I’m left with soft and shiny, most importantly stronger and healthier hair.
The second product I picked is hair repair cream by the same brand. It’s a leave-in cream/conditioner that works on all hair types. It helps strengthen my hair, making it soft and easy to comb. The best thing is that you can see results instantly. The hair repair cream helps with split ends, and it’s perfect for daily use because of its non-greasy formula.
These 2 products are something I will definitely purchase again. Both products are extremely gentle on my hair, helping fight back that dryness and damage caused by color treatments, hair straighteners, and the sun.
I’d love to hear about your favorite hair products! What works for you and what doesn’t?