No More Lackluster Locks.

I got my hair cut (almost 6 inches cut off, and multiple layers added in) about a month ago. While I am finally used to the shorter hair, I can already see the damage I am doing by blow drying it everyday and even sometimes curling or straightening it. Add to that the root touch ups and highlights, my hair has been quite lackluster, if I say so myself.

gg_shine.jpg To my beauty closet I headed and immediately pulled out Shine Coconut Amla Revitalizing Hair Treatment from Global Goddess Beauty. Indian lovelies give themselves a weekly coconut oil scalp massage treatment, and Shalini Vadhera, creator of Global Goddess, recreated a similar formula, and has packaged it up for us.

The treatment is an extraordinary blend of Coconut, Amla, Henna, and Avocado, which are all naturally vitamin enriched oils, each with their own agenda for taking the guesswork out of luscious locks. It smells amazing, and a tiny bit, maybe the size of a pea, is all you need.

I was apprehensive to try a hair oil at first, but I don't think I could go without a weekly treatment of Shine anymore.  My hair is smooth, full of shine, and is extremely soft.

Shine hair treatment retails for $45, and is available at the Global Goddess website or Sephora.