I love getting my hair professionally done but I typically only head to the salon if I’m in need of something I can’t do at home, like a haircut or full head install, or if I want to get glammed up for a special event. Also, after recently being overcharged for a haircut/blowout combo at a local salon, I decided to start doing my own blowouts at home. I have an endless supply of haircare products at home and recently picked up a dry oil that I had on my beauty shelf. I picked it up at Target a few months ago when I was traveling but barely used it. But once I did, I was addicted and had to have more. So I headed to my local store to browse the full OGX Beauty (Organix) product line and came home with half the line! (Don’t judge me.)
OGX Beauty makes hair care and body products from natural, nourishing ingredients like coconut water and milk, cherry blossom, eucalyptus mint, acai berry avocado and tea tree mint, to name a few. My personal favorites are the Argan Oil of Morocco and Coconut Milk products, but I also picked up some OGX Kukui Oil Anti-Frizz Hydrating Oil and Thick & Full Bitotin & Collagen Weightless Healing Oil Mist products for later use.
To achieve my salon-worthy blowout at home, I first washed and conditioned my hair with OGX Argan Oil of Morocco Shampoo and Conditioner. While my hair is still damp, I squeezed about 2-3 drops of OGX Coconut Milk Anti-breakage Serum in my hands and ran it through my hair. It may not seem like a lot but trust me – it goes a long way. If you use too much, it’ll weigh down your hair so keep it light! Also, you can always add more once your hair has dried, if you want a little more gloss and shine. Next, I blow dried my hair with a detangling brush. Once dry, I sprayed it all over with OGX Renewing Argan Oil of Morocco Weightless Healing Dry Oil. As I flat-ironed each section, I added more spray as-needed. When it was all said and done – voila! I had a silky, salon-style blowout (and I didn’t get ripped off to get it)!
Have you tried OGX Beauty products? What do you think of their product line?