Monday, April 8, 2013

Braid love with Dove

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When I was younger, I was forced to have short hair for school. During those days all I dreamt of was having a long, healthy mane. Now I love my long hair but that comes with it's own problems. Split ends being the most common one. This occurs when the protective cuticle at the end of the hair is destroyed which causes the hair to split into two or more strands. The most common solutions which will be thrown at you to deal with this problem are getting a hair cut every few months, reducing the number of products you use, etc. But the new Dove split end rescue rescue therapy is specially formulated to bring split ends together. Which means, no need to compromise on your hair length just to get rid of those split ends anymore! I hate cutting my hair, so for me, this is a savior system.

I love experimenting with my shampoo and conditioner so, I tend to change them every 2 months and I have been using this new range for over 2 weeks now. Frankly can't say much about the split ends but my hair definitely feels softer and cleaner. Even the ends are softer which makes my hair appear healthier. The products smells like every other Dove product, which I don't mind at all. I wash my hair everyday, so most shampoos are too strong for me. This one however, is a mild, everyday wash shampoo which works perfectly for me. I have used various Dove hair therapies before but this one is probably one of my favourite. I have been loving the results so far.

As the temperature starts soaring, I hate leaving my hair down. The pollution, heat and sweat makes my hair worse! So braiding comes in handy. It keeps the hair off your face and adds that boho chic feel to any outfit. Side braids are what I tend to go for, be it a normal one or a fish tail one. For a side braid, all you need to do is comb your hair out and get all to one side. Now divide your hair into three sections if you're going for a normal braid or two sections if you're going for the fish tail braid. Once you've done that start braiding your hair until 3-4 inches of your hair remains. Hold it in place with a hair tie. And voila!

Next time you're out looking for a new range to try, go for the Dove Split End Repair system and don't forget to tell me how it worked on your hair!



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9 comments:

  1. Cant help but notice that your hair is so amazing... love your blog !!!

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  2. hey ...my age is 16 n my hair is long..i hav tried dove but it never worked for me..so i turned to tre semme...it makes my hair look good but the dandruff hasnt stopped...any suggestions ? :(

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    1. Hey ira! I've used Dove before too but this has been my best experience so I suggest you give it a try.

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  3. Hey, thank you for this post. I have recently noticed split ends in my hair and shall definitely try this. I rely more on trimming my hair. But this can also be a rescuer. <3

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  4. You have beautiful hair! I love your necklace too!
    where can i get it?

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    1. Hi, thank you! I got it from Forever21. But I've seen similar ones at Colaba too!

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  5. Love braids! You seem to do it so nicely. I'm terrible at braiding my own hair.

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  6. I will definitely try this product !

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  7. Thanks for suggesting, i will try, but will never have hair like yours. Wedding Makeup Delhi

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