It’s too often I find myself placing more emphasis on fashion and makeup that I end up neglecting my hair when I’m on the go. One of the primary reasons for this is because it can be confusing to know which products to test with so many labels and ingredients out there. I’ve personally pored through the shelves of many brands, so I understand the confusion myself. I’m so excited to have discovered Hair Food and can’t wait to share all the benefits with you.
I love the concept of Hair Food because of its emphasis on nutrition. I recently shared a post about my “clean eating grocery list”, and this line of hair care products reinforce everything I believe about diet. Not only do whole, hearty foods make you feel better, but they help you look better. What’s great about Hair Food is that its recipes are created by a team of nutritionists and hair experts so you can treat your locks in a safe and healthy way.
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I’ve been so impressed with this line, so I thought this list might help with your hair woes. And if you’re not so sure how to pick the right products for your hair type, here are some important tips below:
1. Fine, flat hair
Anyone with fine hair wants volume injected in it. To achieve volume, you need a clean base to help create body. Hair Food’s Volumizing Shampoo is perfect for removing any build-up you might have from previous products, and it stimulates the bouncy texture. You’ll also want to add some dry shampoo to create texture and grit, which helps keep your hair lifted.
2. Dry, damaged hair
For dry, damaged hair you need to enliven it with hydrating ingredients. The Quench collection from Hair Food is great for this because it’s infused with honey, an ingredient known for attracting moisture.
3. Color-treated hair
If you color your hair, you should use shampoo specifically for dyed hair as it will help keep your locks fresh and vibrant. Sulfate-free shampoos are great because they’re less damaging and drying on the hair and keep it nourished. Luckily, Hair Food has a line specifically for this purpose.
4. Oily hair
For oily hair types, you need a deep cleansing shampoo. Hair Food has a Root Cleansing Shampoo which helps eliminate oil and gets rid of excess residue so you can achieve a natural shine.
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Photos by Lainey Reed
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Hair Food. The opinions and text are all mine.