Megan Tries It
Megan O’Neill is the goop’s beauty editor. It’s another way of saying that she has a passion for clean products, loves anything that reduces stress, and will make her happy in the name of well-being.
I don’t like to admit it, but a lot of thoughts go into my tangled hair: the nimbus-like floats on my head and the swamps spreading from my top in a hurry to get out the door, as if I didn’t have to. to save time well to go back. To get that look, though, I’m in my bedroom mirror, carefully pulling out the rough pieces I want to wrap around my neck. That kind of risk is art.
Getting it has become so much easier and I couldn’t be happier. This new pre-shampoo serum makes a significant difference in the way my hair looks and feels. I’m obsessed with the way I curl my curls smoothly – they now float and fall out in photo shoot and hair in that engaging, impossible video. The other end of the extremities smooths out so much for me that the other day I found myself trying to remember if I had gotten a cut. And I always have the mood of its faint scent, wonderful and subtle citrus.
The magic also works on terribly different hair types: Brianna was an associate beauty editor, with a straight blonde hairstyle, a brighter than windy look and a more windy wind on the Zoom. “Wait, I even started using my hair serum!” he laughed when I asked him what it was.
It is important that the serum is not hair oil. I love and still use hair oils (see below), and although this may seem like one, it works differently. Think of the first step as the basis of your hair routine.
Smooth through the dry from the roots to the ends, and leave on for at least twenty minutes and practice the moisturizing and nourishing magic. Curly and kinky textures tend to be drier and tend to crystallize; the serum allows the hair to be handled, so it is easier to remove and stylize. Learn more about this in the routine below. On hair washing days (once or twice a week), I take a short break at noon to massage a drop and half a serum into my hair. I throw my hair into a treasure bed, pull out a few circles, or rotate small sections into bundle knots. I improve my condition before the workday and shampoo and go to bed. I wake up in the craziest mess of curly bounces.
Hair for curly and hairy hair
Once a week, I shampoo with goop scalp, a mousse soaked in exfoliating pink Himalayan salt, which detoxifies the skin, cleansing dirt, oil and a buildup of products. It’s packed with rosemary and chilli, and its amazing scent fills the entire shower, as it’s just the sky.
G.Tox Himalayan salt
Scalp Scrub Shampoo
goop, $ 42
Then I work with the Sangre de Fruta adapter and leave it on for three minutes when I wash my body, dislocate it and shave. It leaves the hair stuffed and deeply nourished. A huge black pump bottle is the most fascinating thing about my toilet.
Garden of Earthly Delights
goop, $ 52
Washing my hair only in the shower, when it is saturated in the adapters, minimizes breakage and carefully my appearance is detrimental. (Brushing my curls when they’re dry makes for a terrific halo-like afro, which I love in special moments.) Most brushes just shine the surface — and handling the comb can be unfortunate, though not harmful — but this brush is incredible. The crooked bristles go in there, unraveling the cracks, knots, and matted parts, and it’s also impressive to feel the scratches on my scalp.
Pink hair brush
goop, $ 30
I wrap six curls in an Aquis turban towel, designed to minimize frizz, with special absorbent fibers that are softer than a terry cloth and don’t cause much friction with your hair. That I can’t stress enough is enough. break when wet.
Copper Sure Quickly dry hair wrap
goop, $ 35
I work on a small ball of this highly moisturizing cream that defines curls – it feeds on rahua oil, shea butter and yerba mate leaf and allows my hair to dry in the air. The texture of the immediate beach is super curly.
Leave the treatment light on
goop, $ 45
After many days of sweating and washing my hair, I revive my curls with this multi-purpose oil. I’m engaged in drip work, and the top moisturizing resin oil curls and quickens almost immediately.
Light castor oil
goop, $ 50
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