Let's talk hair! I think that probably I get the most compliments of anything, on my hair. I am lucky to have a full head of pretty hearty hair that stands up to all the crappy things I do to it. I heat style, I color, I go to bed with it wet etc etc etc...
I'm finding the older I get, (along with my skin - eeek!) I need to give my hair a little more TLC then I previously had to. I try to not wash super frequently, use the right hair ties, the right pillowcases, and the right products. I use sulfate free shampoos, color protectant sprays, serums, lotions, and potions!
Recently I have come across a few products that have not only significantly improved the health of my hair but also really cut down on the amount of time it takes to get out the door.
The first thing I changed was switching to a silk pillowcase. Before you think I've completely lost it - try it out. Not only is my hair less frizzy but I think I am also having less breakage. They sell them all over the place, but I've linked one on Amazon here: http://amzn.to/2fLZ1li
Sephora and a few other retailers sell the "slip" brand for $80-100 and I wasn't about to spend that kind of money for something I wasn't sure would make a difference. The one l have was only about $20.
The next (and easiest one!) change that I made was my hair ties, I have my hair piled on my head about 75% of the time, which as you can imagine can cause some real breakage and damage. I switched to a spiral hair tie that looks like it would be disastrous in your hair but works surprisingly well! It also helps to prevent those annoying ponytail kinks.
I've purchased these all over the place including Sephora, CVS, Target and Amazon, which I will link to here: http://amzn.to/2xZkEIH
My friend Lauren just launched an awesome beauty blog (http://laurenerro.com) and she was the first person to tell me about 12 Benefits. Not only does this spray smell freaking amazing I really have noticed a difference in my hair. It feels softer, shinier and easier to manage. I've just been putting a few sprays in my hair as I brush it out when wet, and then just one or two sprays if I am doing a hot tool touch up. ** Edit: I am now unable to verify the authenticity of the product sold anywhere but their website or from an authorized professional salon. You can pick it up on their website. **