Recently I’ve been trying to embrace my natural beauty. I took a leap and performed a ColorOops treatment of my hair, followed by a hydrating hair mask. The results are exactly what I wanted – closer to my natural hair color! I loved the darker brown, but it didn’t feel like ‘me’. I wasn’t so surprised by how frizzy my hair was even after I used the hair mask.
I’ve used so many different types of shampoo over the years. I won’t even go into the time I went through a period where I washed my hair with baking soda and vinegar (I also wasn’t shaving my arms or legs at that time, so it makes sense). Anyway, I’ve tried it all – Cleaning conditioners, fancy salon brands, and various brands from drug stores. I’m definitely a “don’t know it until you try it” kinda gal.
For about a week Finesse has been the only shampoo and conditioner combo I used. I researched the company before hand and read they’re known for reducing frizziness. I was hoping it would be my saving grace.
My hair has a natural wave but unfortunately I apply heat to it so much I swear they’ve lost their luster. I stopped applying all heat to my hair while using Finesse to get the full-effect of the product. Except my bangs…because if you have bangs you know how stubborn they can be.
I was expecting both products to smell floral or like some type of sweet fruit, like most shampoos. But, there’s not much of a scent at all which I found to be quite refreshing. I didn’t need a lot of product to produce a nice lather over my entire scalp so this bottle will last me a month or two.
After the first wash I immediately noticed how soft it was! It wasn’t harsh on my hair at all and I didn’t have to wash it again for 3 days, which is pretty normal for me.
A week in and my hair is soft and wavy again. I still have frizziness here and there but that’s expected. You can purchase Finesse shampoo and conditioner at Walgreens or order online here.
Thanks, Finesse for sponsoring this post. I received this product in exchange for a review. All opinions are my own.