Like most women in the Philippines, I wash my hair daily.
I tend to spend more time on my skin care and make up routine than my hair. I just tie it in a ponytail once it’s dry. But since I already have a mermaid-length of a hair, meaning the length is enough to cover my breasts, it’s been challenging to dry my hair daily, especially when I’m in a rush. So I usually end up with my hair dripping wet or the back of my shirt is soaked by the time I arrive in my destination.
Well, I found a solution to cut my hair drying routine by almost half without blow drying or air drying it. It’s with the Goody Quikstyle hairbrush and comb.
Price: 769.75 pesos for the Comb, 1,299.75 for the hairbrush
Bought in: PCX
The Goody Quikstyle Water Wicking Comb has two rows of teeth that help reduces water by 20%. Meanwhile, the Goody Quikstyle hairbrush has absorbent microfiber bristles that can reduce water by 30%.
I have been using this comb and brush combo for a month now and I have been loving it! I brought these when I went to Hong Kong and when I practice Bikram Yoga. They really help save time drying my hair!
Have you tried these Goody products? What’s your quick, hair drying tip?
Disclosure: All products mentioned here were purchased by the author. All opinions are based on the author’s personal experience and research. No compensation was made for products featured and/or reviewed in this post.
Lately, I’ve been hearing a lot of buzz in Argan Oils and how good they are for the hair. I’m not a big oil fan since my scalp tend to be oily at times.
But the only way to find out is to try. So when I went to replenish my stock of beauty items at Landmark, I decided to grab a bottle of Moroccan Argan Oil Weightless Healing Oil by Organix. The product promises to “instantly mend split ends, creating soft frizz-free perfection while protecting your hair from harmful styling heat and UV damage, giving a smooth, glossy, shine.”
I really like that it’s in a convenient spray bottle so I don’t have to touch the product. It smells so good and fresh too. The direction says to spray the product to a damp hair then blow dry it “to infuse the product into the hair shafts.” Then, spay it on the dry hair again “for optimal shine and to control frizz.”
I saw TRESemmé’s TV commercial a few weeks back and I was really glad that they are finally here! I’m no stranger with the brand. I first stumbled upon it early this year in Hong Kong when I was searching for a heat-protectant spray.
I’m so glad I bought it cause it really helps keep my hair healthy even if I blow dry or curl it almost everyday. Plus, it helps keep the curls last longer too.
I became really comfortable with my long hair. In fact, I wouldn’t do anything drastic when it comes to hairstyles. Just a few layers or some bangs, have it in a ponytail, or curl it, but that’s about it. Then came the time that I really wanted shorter hair, because I want to avoid my hair getting stuck between my shoulder and the straps of my bag. You know what I mean, the pain of trying to gently pull out your hair from getting stuck and removing your bag from your shoulder until you realize your hair got wrapped around the bag’s handle and just feel some strands getting pulled from your head.
Summer came and went and I watch those who were brave enough to chop their lustrous mane with envy. So one Sunday I just went with my Mom who was getting a trim in Fabio Salsa at the Power Plant Mall.
Here’s the result!
It sure feels lighter and I need less shampoo for it.