Influencers' Picks: 5 Products You Need to Treat Damaged Hair
Posted by Hair MNL
Celebrities and influencers are known for changing hairstyles with the seasons. But famous or not these can take a toll on anyone’s hair. So what are some of our favorite hair influencers saying about their personal hair care choices and how they keep their hair health in tip top shape.
Beauty vlogger, Jessica Godinez talks at length about her hair care routine for her bleached hair in this informative and personal vlog post. Aside from using dry shampoo on no shower days, she talks at length about using Bed Head by TIGI: Resurrection Shampoo and Conditioner Set, ₱ 1,800, for level 3 damage caused byrebonding, bleaching or other nasty chemicals. Topping her routine is Olaplex No.3 Hair Perfector, ₱ 2,300, a bond-building product that works to help repair damage to all hair types.
Check out her vlog here.
Self-confessed hair care addict, Pauleen Luna knows her way around the best haircare brands. That’s why we loved it when she gave a shout out to Catwalk by TIGI Oatmeal & Honey Shampoo & Conditioner Set: For Dry, Damaged Hair,₱ 1,800. A gem of a product, this color-safe duo gently cleanse away dirt and impurities while leaving your hair soft and silky. Plus it also offers intensive nourishment and moisture.
Ask Me Whats founder and Beauty blogger, Nikki Tui answers all your burning beauty questions. A long time Kérastase user, we introduced her to Kérastase Discipline Fluidealiste Shampoo, ₱ 1,750, a sulfate-free smoothing shampoo that delivers optimal nourishment without weight to unruly, sensitized or chemically-treated hair. She's also raving about the Olaplex No.3 Hair Perfector for treatment of damaged hair. Check out her review below. Olaplex No.3 Hair Perfector
Environmental advocate, Antoinette Taus has a tip for those, like herself who want beautiful damage-free hair that environmentally sustainable too. she recommends using Davines. For sensitized hair use Davines Damage Remedy Set, ₱ 2,265, that includes both the shampoo and the mask.