Let’s talk hair! I am very basic when it comes to my hair. Of course I wish I can do all those hair styles I pin on Pinterest, but the reality is I wasn’t blessed in that department. I tend to either curl or blowout my hair and that’s pretty much as far as I go. To make matters worst, I have thick hair… which requires time and patience and sometimes mama has neither! It wasn’t until a couple of years ago, I’ve noticed how important it is to have the right tools to help not only speed up the process, but take care of our locks as well!
There isn’t a brush most used in my house than this baby! Brushing your hair when while wet can make it fragile and cause breakage. Ever since I started using the Wet Brush I have noticed a major difference. I feel my ends aren’t as dry as they use to be and my hair just feels more smoother. Plus, this brush makes detangling your little ones hair a breezes.
For those days I feel like rocking a bun or a ponytail this is my pick. Ever had a brush that is either too rough or too soft? This brush it right in the middle!
Everyone needs a teasing brush! I don’t find myself to be too picky with this type of brush. I need something that simply gets the job done. Plus, this one is under $5!!
My hubby bought me this blow dyer for my birthday and I honestly felt a little guilty accepting this gift. The price tag is up there and its just a blow dyer, right? But guys it is so worth it! Usually I spend 40 to 50 minutes doing a blow out and that is just exhausting. I have to give my Dyson Blow Dryer an A+ in helping me achieve the prefect blowout in 30 minutes and that is just insane!! Worth every penny!
Every time I condition my hair I like to brush through it with a wide comb, not only does it spread my conditioner throughout my hair, but I find it to be kinda soothing. There’s nothing fancy about this comb, but its just what I need.
Along with a good blow dryer, you need a good round brush! Dry Bar brushes has never let me down. This brush isn’t the typical ceramic brushes that catches your hair towards the handle and tangles it. Dry Bar Ceramic Brush also helps speed dry time!
These hot curlers work a little better a day after you wash your hair, when your hair is a little dirty and with volume. Hot curlers are also great after doing a blowout. I bought this two years ago for $15 on a black Friday deal and I have used it over and over.
I’ve had this baby for 3 years and it is my most used curling iron yet, I highly recommend it! It leaves me with those summer loose curls we all want 🙂
I always like finding new hair tools to try, what is your must have tools?