i made my hair back to normal color.. like a usual ashy brown. this is probably the last shot i did before going back to normal. oh.. i kinda miss it now. but whenever i think of the times when they fade out super fast, or when bleaching making my hair super fragile and dry, i will hate it. so anyway... as long as i have it back to a normal shade, i still need extra care to maintain it's silkiness and shine to look like normal healthy hair. friends often ask me on how to keep my super damaged hair looking so "healthy". (as you can tell they are expecting them to look super damaged and matte and ugly...) see below for the several hair products i cannot live without. i just can't stop ever since i used them. they maybe my hair care secret, or they only work on me, but why not give it a try if you are looking for something new.
ok.. they said this is when we take our blowouts seriously. what i like about this hair dryer from amika is that, the dryer itself is light-weight, yet powerful enough to do my blowout in less than 10... or maybe just 5 minutes. i cannot explain the mechanism of the dryer, but i can definitely tell you it did make a difference from those normal, general dryer. hair feels softer, healthier and with less static. with hair dry like mine, can surely tell the difference. trust me!
i am still using general vidal sassoon shampoo, which feels pretty good, not bad, at least it's ok for my hair. but i am always looking for hair masks or good conditioner to pamper my hair. i get this from tokyo, loretta, sorry you won't be able to get it in hong kong as it's not launching here yet. but i have to say, if you are ever going to tokyo, get one and try it. firstly, the packaging is amazing. all their products are wondering. i have their rose water as well, which i shared in my makeup tutorial videos earlier, it's good, effective and in a pretty packaging. how nice! second, as a conditioner, it smells good, feels good and leaves a very comfy sensation to my hair. you will know if you have dry hair, sometimes your hair just feels dead, like dead dead, when your comb, or brush, can't really get through your hair, and getting stuck and feeling like stinky and kinda like pulling, those are what the bad conditioners do. leaving a fake hydrating touch, i would say it's more like sticky... anyway, this is one of the best buy and must have for me every time when going to tokyo. go look for it and i'm sure you will love it too.
yes, it's amika again. thanks to ankie who always send me amika products to pamper my terrible hair. this is the treatment oil i got from her in the lovely christmas box set. i've tried a couple treatment oils before, from loreal, from some small brands making morocca oil, and from aveda as well (i shared this earlier), i would say this is not the best best, but for sure one of the friendly and good ones. it smells so good, feels very light weight and most importantly, for hair dry like mine, it does miracle. so if you are bored with those i just mentioned, get one from amika. pretty like theirs can be a lovely deco in your bathroom as well. how pretty~*
last but not least, i know it's a little weird to just put the logo here, but i would like to predict with you, ghd is launching some powerful hairstyling tools in march very soon. i am happy to receive one of the new comers in the event i went to earlier this week. feeling ashamed that i've never tried their hair tools before, i fell in love with the combs and brushes and the styling tools instantly. this is my selfie with hair done by renowned hair stylist jamie scott using ghd. so wait and see. i will try to do a video maybe. will show you guys the new styling tool, to see how powerful and amazing it can be.