Coconut & hair


Let's start by telling the truth. To all those with curly hair, how many times when you were younger you wished to have other hair / straight hair / your friend hair /sister hair etc ... When you are young you don't realize (most of the time) how lucky you are to have YOUR hair and you always want to change it. I was like that and sometimes I still am but I learned over the time to listen to my hair and know how to treat them. I have been using the Marc Anthony brand, a professional brand for hair care for a while, and they have several lines of products entirely dedicated to curly hair. I remembered I was at the supermarket when I saw it the first time. At first, I was sceptical, I will not lie to you. I was wondering How could it be possible that a brand that claims to be professional is in a random supermarket? But that day I was late I had to do my shopping quickly so I grabbed a spray and a cream then I left. Yes it's right, it was by chance that I discovered my hair routine.

But that day I was late I had to do my shopping quickly so I grabbed a spray and a cream then I left. Yes, it's right, it was by chance that I discovered my hair routine.



The coconut spray is literally magic. I am really picky when it comes to my hair and yet this product won my heart. Just wash your hair with the argan or coconut line (shampoo and conditioner) and then get out of the bath.  

Spray the product several times on all your hair, but be careful not too much otherwise your hair will be like frozen. Once you have done this take a little bit of the cream and apply by winding your hair from bottom to top along the entire length.

Then admire the magic.

It is important that you leave your hair without touching it for about 1 hour until it absorbs all the products. Then only apply the reconstructive oil from Aussie on the tips to hydrate them thoroughly. Pay attention to the quantities because too much is bad for your hair. Real story: once I put so much product that after attaching them for a few hours then detach them, they remained "frozen" in the form of a bun as they were like glued together. I had to rewash them, of course. In conclusion, your hair routine is specific to your story, but sometimes it's still cool to have suggestions that can help us 😉

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