I've never really been one to fuss over the texture of my hair... until I found out about these gems. In the order of their appearance, here is a little tidbit about each product.
1. Last summer, I got my hair deep conditioned at a salon. Sure, it was great to have someone wash, condition, and style my hair... but looking back, it definitely was not worth $20. Loreal's Eversleek deep conditioner gave me the same results the salon products did... for less than half the price. I purchased this at Target for ~$8. Tip: for those greasy-haired beauties, only apply to the "ponytail" part of your hair.
2. Healthy Sexy Hair's Soy Renewal is what I would call the cheaper version of Moroccan Oil. I've never used M.O., but I feel like this product would give you the same results: silky, shiny hair. I apply a very small amount to the bottom half of my hair when it's damp. This product was $24.
3. This last product is actually my roommate's. It's a knock-off of the infamous original CHI brand straightener. A couple of my friends own real CHIs, which I have tested out, and I would say that there is no difference when it comes to the Generic Value Product straightener. My roommate got this product from Sally Beauty Supply for $60. Way cheaper than a CHI!
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