Herbal Essences Hydralicious Body Envy shampoo and conditioner. I'm constantly going through and trying different brands- but currently this is tops for me. The scent is absolutely delicious and fruity. The formula is stated to be lightweight and it certainly feels like it. A lot of shampoo just feel heavy and goopy- this is not the case here. Along with the conditioner my hair feels extremely light yet bouncy, voluminous, and soft and shiny.
Paul Mitchell Super Skinny Straightening Balm isn't really neccessarily a straightening serum (because I've tried the regular Super Skinny Serum and it's waaaaaaaay too much for my hair). Sometimes moisture in the air (from the rain or humidity) causes my mop to go frizz-city and return to it's natural state. A little, once again, does the trick for this product and I love that it doesn't weigh my hair down.
Even though the previous product certainly helps in the dryness department, I still find that I have dry ends, so to cure that- a little (and I do mean little) dollop of Frederic Fekkai's Glossing Cream does the trick. I love this stuff, it feels like lotion and I stress the point that a little is all that you need. I get just a little bit larger than a pea-size portion on my hands, rub together, and apply just to my ends.
But wait...there's more!!!! I know what you're thinking- I said that my hair is thin as paper yet I put all this crap in it? Right before I blow dry (I apply the two products when I get out of the shower and wait about 30 minutes before I actually blow dry) I use two more sprays, one is Rusk's Thickr spray- and this does what it says- I wish I could buy this by the gallon. It actually makes my sad excuse for hair FEEL thick and like I actually HAVE some hair! I'll usually just use this durring the week- but if I want an EXTRA boost, I'll use Avon's Salon Techniques Volumizing Spray.
Any of you out there have similar hair as mine?
Tried something different? Tell me!