Skip to main content

Suave Professionals Keratin Infusion Dry Shampoo

Hey everyone, I am going to start writing reviews on different beauty products and would love to have your input! If there is anything you want a review on, just ask :)

Today's review is on the Suave Professionals Keratin Infusion Dry Shampoo, I was a little bit hesitant to try it because so many other dry shampoo's didn't work as well as I wanted, but I did anyways.

This is a great product, I love the fact that it has Keratin in the product which is vital to your hair and nails. Have you ever wondered what dandruff is or what is protecting your skin, making it waterproof--it's Keratin.
This amazing protein is found in 95% of your hair, so why wouldn't you want to have products with Keratin in it?
Try and find products with Keratin in it and you will notice amazing differences with your hair, skin and even nails.

This product is great for second day hair when you need to add some volume or get rid of some shine. The spray is lightweight and will not weigh your hair down.
Another aspect I love about this product is that it doesn't leave residue like the good o'l baby powder might or some other products, making you look like you have a scalp condition.
Overall this product is great and I recommended it to anyone--curly, strait, thick or thin.

You can find Suave's Dry Shampoo at any drugstore for 3-4 dollars.

Hope you enjoy!


Popular posts from this blog

Little girl Hairstyle tutorial #7 Knot hair do

This is one of my favorite hair styles I have done on C so far.  I just love all the different textures, with the braids,  and the knots, and the poofy ponytail in the back.  Don't worry I know it looks complicated, but if you follow the steps you will see it is really easy!
Part the hair across the front of the head, like in the picture to the left. Then dutch braid, the hair down to the ear.
then make a part from the tip of the left ear to the tip of the right ear  and make 5 pony tails with the remaining hair on top of head up to the part you just made. Tuck the tail of the dutch braid into your first pony tail.
Tie each ponytail into a knot. Demonstrated in the picture on the left. Once all the ponytails have been tied into knots. take the tails, and pull them into a single ponytail at the back of the head.

Backcomb the ponytail Place bobby pins underneath the  ponytail to make it stand up a little.

Roll the remaining hair up to meet the ponytail and secure with bobby pins. ( …

hairstyle# 11 A Simply cute toddler hairstyle

This style is simple, and easy. Perfect for those little toddlers, who wont hold still long. Plus it gets the hair out of their eyes, which is always a plus. The great thing is this style is for everyone! I have done my hair like this as well. It is so quick, but it looks super nice.
Part hair on the side of head.

Braid from forehead towards the back of head and secure. I use elastic bands in my girls hair, and bobby pins in my own.

Curl the rest of hair with a curling iron.

Finish with a cute bow.

Gosh doesn't she have the CUTEST face ever? I LOVE that little smile so much!

Cute easy skirt tutorial!

Is it just my girls, that really LOVE skirts? Most days my two year old, C. E , refuses to wear anything that isn't either a skirt or a dress. Lucky for her I am constantly making skirts and dresses. :) I haven't even purchased her any pants for a year. ( well I did purchase one pair, but it had a skirt attached so it doesn't count.) Each day after I get C. E dressed, ( in either a skirt or a dress) she always says "I wear dress lite (like) a pincess (princess)."  It always makes me giggle a little. So this is my latest skirt. It is inspired by that pre shirred fabric you can get at any fabric store. they didn't have any made from corduroy  though, so I decided to make my own. If you can sew a straight line, then you can make this skirt! It is the easiest skirt I have ever made, and I have made A LOT of skirts,  It is made with grey corduroy, so it will hold up well, and the interchangeable sash will ensure it will go with anything.  C loves wearing this skir…