Fab Hair x Neutrogena Triple Moisture

October 18, 2013
* This is a compensated campaign with Latina Bloggers Connect and Neutrogena. This post was written by me and expresses my own opinions about these products.

Hello everyone, lately I have been trying out these new products for my hair. I always seem to have a hard time finding that right shampoo or hair treatment. My hair is normally curly and can tend to be frizzy and puffy so when I was given the opportunity to try out these products out I was very happy and hoping this was the solution to my dry hair. 

When my hair looks great, I feel great! and these products have been making me feel just that! Here is a step by step of how I style my hair using these products.

Step 1:  I used the Neutrogena Triple Moisture Shampoo and Neutrogena Triple Moisture Conditioner when I was in the shower. The Shampoo has been helping me with my dry hair, I have noticed how the texture of my hair has changed and how it feels. The conditioner I just apply on my ends so that I won’t have a lot of split ends. Both of these products smell good and the best part is that you don’t need a large amount to make your hair feel amazing. 

I also use the Neutrogena Deep Recovery Hair Mask  once a week, sometimes twice depending on how much I have been styling my hair that week. I leave the recovery mask on my hair for about 3-5mins and rinse my hair well and already I feel my hair smooth.

Step 2:  After the recovery mask I apply the Triple Moisture Silk Touch leave-in Cream before I begin to style my hair, I apply this product to my damp hair. I notice that it calms down the puffiness and the frizz that I would get before. 

Step 3: After I apply the leave-in cream I blow dry my hair, as you can see when I apply the Leave-In Cream I focus it mostly on the ends of my hair.
Step 4:  Since I wanted to straighten out my hair I don’t like to brush my hair before I blow-dry it because I feel it gives my hair a little bit more volume. Having short hair comes in handy since it doesn’t get as tangled as it would if I had long hair. I then clip half of my hair  so that it is easier to straighten my hair.
Step 5: I use my straightener that I actually purchased over 5 years ago at Sears but it works so good and it straightens my hair really fast. Since I have thin hair it also makes it easier to fix it.
Final step is to get ready and show off your hair to the world! Overall I loved the products and have continued to use them. Make sure you check out the products and if you have dry or damaged hair like I did you will see a difference right away especially in the texture.
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