I love the messy, beach hair look. That carefree, just rolled out of bed but my hair still looks fabulous look. Unfortunately, my hair is pretty straight and fine so it doesn’t quite cooperate (I know, such a terrible problem to have…). I’ve spent a lot of time adding texture and mussing it up only to have it go flat in a few minutes. That’s why I was so excited to try the HASK Hawaiian Sea Salt Beach Texture Collection. This shampoo, conditioner, and texture spray promise to enhance waves and add texture while still nourishing and protecting hair to keep it healthy. I’ve had a lot of good luck with HASK in the past so I was feeling pretty good about this collection.
HASK recently released a new collection and I couldn’t wait to try it. HASK has quickly become one of my favorite hair brands and I love trying all of the different varieties they offer. The new HASK Exotic Oil line contains three different collections, all catered to specific hair types. The HASK Coconut Milk and Organic Honey Curl Care Collection focuses on creating defined curls while the Blue Chamomile and Argan Oil Blonde Care Collection neutralizes brassiness in blonde hair. I got to try the HASK Orchid and White Truffle Moisture Rich Collection which rehydrates and adds shine to dry hair.
My love affair with HASK continues after trying the HASK Superfruit Healthy Hair Collection. I’ve tried most of HASK’s collections at this point and I’ve always been happy with the results I’ve gotten from their products. The Superfruit line includes the Healthy Hair Shampoo, Healthy Hair Conditioner, and Healthy Hair Deep Conditioner. All three products use their Brilliant Shine Complex to help hair maintain shine, fight frizz, and restore resilience. The collection uses five superfruits known for their vitamins, antioxidants, minerals, and fatty acids to keep hair hydrated and healthy and it doesn’t contain any parabens or sulfates.
I’ve been testing a lot of different hair products lately, some good and others not so good. My hair is usually pretty healthy but I can tell all of the switching around of products has taken a bit of a toll. My hair was getting a little dry and seemed like it could use a fresh start. I was so excited to try the HASK Charcoal Purifying Hair Care Collection because it seemed like exactly what my hair needed. This collection uses charcoal and citrus oil to clarify and refresh hair. Charcoal derived from coconut shells removes impurities and product build up and lemon and grapefruit oils invigorate and cleanse hair without drying it out.
HASK is quickly becoming one of my favorite hair care brands. I’ve had the chance to try their Coconut Oil Nourishing Hair Care Collection and their Mint Almond Oil Thickening Collection and I really liked them both. So you can imagine how happy I was when they asked me to try their Bamboo Oil Strengthening Collection. The HASK Bamboo Oil Collection is designed to strengthen and repair damaged hair while protecting it from future breakage. My hair is pretty healthy but I hardly ever cut it (maybe once or twice a year) so split ends tend to pop up every now and then. I also recently added highlights so I’ve been looking for products that will help repair any damage caused by the bleach.
I have a confession to make- I’m pretty lazy when it comes to my hair. Most days I brush it once in the morning and call it a day. If I’m feeling particularly fancy I’ll curl it with a curling wand or add a couple of braids. But for the most part, I don’t do much to it. In fact, I have a box of complicated hair styling products that never get any use. Still, I love trying new shampoos and conditioners and I love a good hair serum or oil. I was so excited when Influenster sent me a box with the L’Oreal Extraordinary Oil Collection. I tried L’Oreal’s Ultimate Straight Collection last year and loved it so I was super happy to try their latest products. I received the entire collection, which includes the L’Oreal Extraordinary Oil Nourishing Shampoo, Extraordinary Oil Nourishing Conditioner, and Extraordinary Oil Lustrous Oil Serum.