Best Hair Products for the Lazy

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As much as I love all things beauty, I am guilty of neglecting my hair. I am more of a wash-and-go person, some days I don’t even comb it before throwing it in a pony-tail or bun (I’m lucky that my hair doesn’t really tangle much, so this isn’t as crazy as it sounds!). I can never get my hair to look nice when I style it, so I get lazy and just let it be natural.

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Prior to getting Beauty Protector Protect and Detangle Spray, I was extremely low maintenance as far as my hair was concerned (even more so than I am now, if that’s even possible). I would wash it, throw it in a pony tail and be done with it. I didn’t think I needed any other products until I tried this This spray detangles my hair and also leaves it feeling very soft. I also love the scent!img_5203

Similarly to the beauty protector, I didn’t know I needed Macadamia Oil Healing Oil Treatment until using it. This oil leaves my hair smooth, frizz-free and also helps it dry faster. I use a few drops on my strands and then rub my hands together and then use what’s left to tame the fly aways at my roots. I have to be careful not to use too much or else y hair would look very greasy.img_5206

When I do over-do it with hair oils, or haven’t washed my hair in a day, I use Klorane Dry Shampoo to absorb all the extra oil at my roots. As with all dry shampoos, you have to make sure you comb it through well otherwise you’ll have white roots, although I find this doesn’t leave my hair as white as some others I’ve used. One tip I learned is to spray it before bed and you wake up in the morning with fresh roots and no white residue!

img_5204When I’m feeling more adventurous with my hair, I will use the Parlor by Jeff Chastain Sea Salt Spray to give my hair a little texture. This does not leave me with beachy mermaid hair (my hair doesn’t do that, unfortunately), but it does give it some extra texture and movement that I really like.

What products do you recommend for low maintenance hair styles? Have you tried any of these products?