Products You Need for Softer and Smoother Hair

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Who else suffers with dry, frizzy, and damaged hair? I know you’re out there. Unfortunately, it’s a problem many of us face. Especially if you dye or bleach your hair often. I lighten my hair several times a year with highlights, and these are all problems I have to deal with. Fortunately, I’ve tried numerous products that help to soften and smooth my hair, making it look and feel much better. I love all of these products, so I can’t pick just one or two to use. I switch it up and use different products on different days. Sometimes I use more than one at once. Since these products have helped me, I thought I would share.

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Pai-Shau Supreme Revitalizing Mask
This is my absolute favorite deep conditioning mask. My hair always looks and feels so much softer and healthier after using this. I also quite like the smell, which reminds me of cologne. This is a good product for both men and women to use for healthier hair.

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Biosilk Silk Serum
This is a silky serum that I usually put into my hair when it’s about 90% dry. I put a quarter size into my palm, rub my palms together, then I run my hands through my hair. Then I brush or comb my hair to make sure it’s applied evenly before I dry my hair the rest of the way. It helps to ease frizz as well as make your hair feel softer. Just don’t use too much or you will make your hair look greasy.

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South Mane Macadamia Oil
I use this the same way I would use Biosilk. It works in the same manner, but I actually think I like this one a little better. They both help to manage frizz and make your hair feel softer, but I am most definitely in love with the smell of this one. The best way I can describe it is like candy.

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Moroccan Oil
This is another hair oil, again used the same way. I find that all three of these work just as good as the others. The only difference is the smells. This one has a very foreign and almost tropical smell to it that is perfect for the summer.

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Redken Pillow Proof Spray
This is a great spray to use when you’re planning on blow drying your hair. Spritz some in ahead of time, brush through, then blow dry. It’s a heat protectant but also smooths and tames frizz all at the same time. You’ll definitely get salon quality hair with this.

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ION Smooth Keratin Heat Styling Cream
This is a heat protectant cream that you apply to hair before blow drying or straightening. I’m quite a fan of this brand, and in fact I use the ION Smooth Shampoo and Conditioner as well. This heat styling cream is exceptional! It really does smooth my hair, and leaves me with little to no frizz.

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Pacifica Banana Love Moisture Mask
This is a moisturizing mask that you can use in the shower up to three times a week to replace your normal conditioner. I’m completely in love with the banana smell, and it really does seem to make my hair softer. Though it’s not as good as the Pai-Shau mask, I would still recommend this.

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Redken No Blow Dry Cream
If I let my hair air dry naturally, it looks a mess. It gets frizzy and just looks and feels dry and gross. I decided to try this cream out for days when I don’t want to blow dry my hair. It definitely made my hair look so much better when it dried, and it didn’t even feel like I had any product in my hair.

9 thoughts on “Products You Need for Softer and Smoother Hair

  1. ALWAYS looking for good smoothing products! I’m obsessed with the Moroccan Oil, I think it smells so yummy! And when I leave my hair curly, it keeps it from poofing up. One of my favorites is Oribe Light Shine Cream. It’s stupid expensive and I NEVER spend that much on hair products, but it’s so worth it!

    Susie | http://milehighdreamers.com

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