StriVectin Hair – All Smooth Products For Frizz Prone Hair

I just finished using up the last of my StriVectin All Smooth Hair products. These products worked wonders for my hair and it feels so much silkier, shinier, and smoother. If you have hair prone to frizz, definitely give these a try! All of the products in this line contain NIA-114 and Hydrosmooth Anti-Frizz Complex (a nourishing blend of proteins, amino acids, and biolipids). All these ingredients mimic your hair’s natural oils to prevent frizz, strengthen each strand, and reduce porosity. I especially enjoyed the shampoo and conditioner. They’re both free of sulfates, parabens, phthalates, synthetic dyes, are safe for color or chemically treated hair, and are fragranced with a light vanilla and almond scent. The Frizz Control Mist was more like a thick and creamy serum type of spray that I applied with my hands to ensure an even distribution of the product. I used it immediately after the shower and also as a treatment before I went to sleep. I definitely saw a difference in the smoothness of my hair in the morning when I used this. It also worked amazing as a detangling and heat protecting spray before styling my hair. The Overnight Anti Frizz Serum works great for balancing moisture and repairing porous, damaged cuticles.  I used it on both dry and wet hair and loved the way my hair felt in the morning. It was super soft and weightless! Overall, I’m super impressed with these products and highly recommend them. Not just for people with Frizz prone hair, but anyone wanting really hydrated and silky hair. You can find all StriVectin products here: https://www.strivectin.com/ 

Free People 

In the process of cleaning out my closet I came across some Free People jeans that I had in my drawer that I got last year and totally forgot about. I’ve always been inspired by fashion from the 70s. I love looking though my moms old photos and gaining inspiration from her cute style (see October 2016 in my archives) In the process of finding my pair of Dittos last year, I found these black Free People bell bottoms. It was hard to find bells that had a wider flare at the bottom, so I was stoked to find these. Plus they were 50% off the regular price, so that’s always a win. They are styled with a white off the shoulder top and bolo tie from Forever 21, and my new head scarf that I thrifted for $1. Where do you get your fashion inspiration from?