Saturday, November 5, 2011

Love - Joico KPak

I go through phases on things I spend my hard earned cash on.  First it was clothes then it was makeup then it turned to a love for shoes and it looks like now it's hair.  Seriously, I hardly go to the mall to buy clothes anymore and other than when my foundation or mascara runs out, I hardly buy make up.  OK maybe a bit of a lie considering I just bought the UD Naked Pallette a little while ago but compared to my shopaholic ways, I am doing good.  Seriously, when the BF makes a comment about me doing good, I think it's progress!

Well I bought the Joico Kpak Deep Penetrating Reconstructor a few months ago and I loved it!  I googled reviews of it after & only read amazing things about their shampoo and conditioner.  It's pricey so I never bought it but I saw their 1L bottles at Winners yesterday for $20 and thought it was a sign from above.  I tried it out last night and it's hard to judge so early but the shampoo seemed to get my hair clean and my hair after it dried looks moisturized.  I figure these bottles will last a while so I am hoping in a few months time, my locks will thank me.

Seriously, I've been good to my hair lately --> straightening once a week at most...often maybe only once a month and doing regular deep treatments leading to a noticeable difference in my hair.  I can actually leave it au naturale and it's not a big frizzy mess.  I think also finding products that work well with my hair has been another big help.  I don't mind spending $ if I know it's going to work because I've spent lots of $ on things that don't work and had lots of half used bottles of lotions and potions to show for it.  After about a few years of trying my best to finish everything up, I finally only have a few bottles shampoo that I need to use up that I've been using to clean my makeup brushes...Slowly but surely there will only be products in my washroom that I use!


Jenn A. said...

It's funny, I'll spend way too much money on makeup, and lately starting to spend $$ on skincare, but I have never really gotten into hair stuff. I mean I do buy Moroccanoil which I guess is pretty pricey but as far as shampoos and conditioners, not really. I have heard a lot of great things about Joico though.

Rags2Riches said...

You should try buying pure argan oil. It's cheaper than the branded morrocon oil and works the same for me. I bought mine from muac