Friday, July 22, 2011


This is my natural hair, pretty wavy ;D
Hey again everyone! I was trying to think of something to do for a post, so I watched my usual beauty videos, and I noticed that a lot of people are doing hair routines, so I figured why not? This is going to be my hair routine from the shower all the way to the next day ;D  And if you see any of these products that you would like me to do a full-on review of, email me or leave me a comment below! Anyways, on to the post:


First off, the shampoo & conditioner I use are the John Frieda Brilliant Brunette Daily Shampoo and Moisturizing Conditioner. They work great for my hair, they make it very soft and shiny(:

Here's a close-up of the shampoo.

Here's a close-up of the conditioner.

After I take a shower, I always take my Aussie Catch the Wave Mousse +  Leave-in Conditioner and scrunch it throughout my hair while it is still damp. I use a dollop about the size of my palm.

Here's a close up of the leave-in conditioner.

I then spray my Matrix Biolage Smoothing Shine Milk all throughout my hair.

I then use my Tresemme Curl Defining Spray Gel and spray it all throughout my hair, but recently I've switched over to my John Frieda Frizz-Ease Spray Gel because my Tresemme one is pretty much gone.. ;D

Here's a close-up of the John Frieda Spray Gel.

Here's a close-up of the Tresemme Spray Gel.

After I'm done with those products, I let my hair air dry. I barely EVER use my hair dryer because it makes my hair absolutely CRAZY! ;D Then the next day, I alternate between these two sprays, my Tresemme Fresh Start Refreshing Mist and my Tresemme Shine Spray. They both give a really nice shine(:

Here's a close-up of the Tresemme Refreshing Mist.

Here's a close-up of the Tresemme Shine Spray.

Before I use any type of heat on my hair, I always use my absolute FAVORITE heat protectant, my Tresemme Heat Tamer Spray(:

An awesome plus is that it is specially formulated to work with heat appliances.

Here's a close-up of my Tresemme Heat Tamer Spray.

And if I'm going to straighten my hair, I then spray my John Frieda Frizz-Ease 3-Day Straight Spray lightly all over my hair. (It says to use it when your hair is wet, but I use it when it's dry, I find that it works for me better that way) (;

Here's a close-up of the 3-Day Straight Spray. It's semi-permanent, WOOHOO! ;D

I then use my Remington Wet 2 Straight Straightener if I want to straighten it that day..It works alright, but it's definitely not the best straightener. 

Here's a close-up of the name.

Here's a close-up of the controls, it also has an LED screen on the side(: (I always use the highest setting, 15, but I NEVER use the wet setting because it dries out my hair SO much!)

But if I want to curl my hair, I use my Conair Infiniti You Curl Wand. It works great! If you want to see my full review on it, click here!

Here's a close-up of the name.

Here's a close-up of the controls. (I always set mine on the highest setting, 400 degrees, my hair needs a lot of heat) ;D

Welp, that's the end of my Hair Routine! I hope that you enjoyed it! As always, thanks for reading and remember to Follow this blog for updates!(:

Until later,
Your Obsessive Makeup Blogger,


  1. So is the Biolage product a leave-in-conditioner? Is it sort of a milky substance? Also, does it make your hair look or feel greasy? My hair dresser used a Biolage milky leave-in-conditioner product and it made my hair look and feel so much softer.

  2. Hi! Thanks for the comment! The Biolage Smoothing Shine Milk could be considered a leave-in conditioner, I never really thought of it like that...And it is a milky substance but when you spray it on your hair, it doesn't leave a white cast or anything like that and it does NOT make my hair look greasy at all, but I don't spray it on my roots and I don't drench my hair in it either! I spray just enough to cover my whole head. And yes, it makes my hair a lot softer and smoother too!