haircare routine

lauren sims haircare routineone. oribe gold lust nourishing hair oil // two. oribe shampoo // three. oribe conditioner // four. T3 curling iron // five. T3 blow dryer // six. briogeo deep conditioning hair mask // seven. oribe gold lust transformative masque // eight. oribe dry texturizing spray // nine. drybar hair spray // ten. drybar detox dry shampoo

As I’m packing for NYFW, I realized how loyal I am to my haircare routine. I mean, I take hair care very seriously. Like I borderline need a whole nother suitcase solely for my hair products. So I wanted to share with y’all my haircare routine: the products I use both on a daily and a weekly basis, that I could not live without!

Oribe Gold Lust Shampoo and Conditioner

This has been my go-to shampoo and conditioner for years now. It’s not cheap, but it is WORTH it – especially if you color your hair or apply heat to your hair often. It nourishes dry hair and tremendously helps repair damaged hair. It also smells amazing. Tip: I leave the conditioner in my hair at least 5 minutes every time!

Oribe Gold Lust Nourishing Hair Oil

I use this every time after I shampoo/condition my hair, before I blow dry. This hair oil makes your hair really soft (without making it oily), protects it from the heat, and helps seal split ends. This has helped a ton in keeping my hair healthy, and everyone needs a product like this in their haircare routine!

T3 Curling Iron and T3 Blowdryer

These are my two go-to styling tools that I never branch out from! I used to try different blow dryers or curling irons until I tried these two, and now I’m set. I’ve posted about these two products before in this post and this post so I won’t go into too much more detail here! But they are truly amazing and you won’t regret buying them.

Hair masks: Briogeo deep conditioning mask and Oribe gold lust transformative masque

I use one of these hair masks usually once a week (I alternate between them). The Oribe one is probably my favorite and I think helps the most with keeping your hair healthy, but I recently tried the Briogeo mask and loved that too! My hair feels SO soft and smells amazing after I use it (and it’s a lot less expensive than Oribe!)

Styling products: Oribe dry texturizing spray // Drybar hair spray // Drybar dry shampoo

You’ve probably seen a million other bloggers post about this Oribe dry texturizing spray…and that’s because it is a miracle worker. You can use this spray as a dry shampoo, a hair spray, or to give you more volume. Is is truly AMAZING. It gives your hair that piecy, tousled look, and can help refresh it when you’re on “second day curls”.

This hairspray by Drybar is my favorite for holding curl. My hair doesn’t really have a problem holding curl, but if I’m in a wedding or if I’m going to be outside a lot that day, I’ll use this hairspray and it really helps the curl or style hold! And it’s a “flexible hold” hair spray so it doesn’t make your hair feel stiff!

And of course, my favorite dry shampoo ever. I’ve probably posted about this 20 times now so I won’t go into too much detail about it. But really, it’s the best!

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6 Comments

6 Comments on haircare routine

  1. Amy
    September 11, 2016 at 3:00 am (7 months ago)

    Your hair is always so gorgeous, so I’m super excited that you shared this post! I’ll have to try the Oribe Products!

    xoxo,
    Amy

    http://www.styleandsequins.com

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  2. Caitlin
    September 12, 2016 at 11:20 pm (7 months ago)

    Loved this post as I’m always searching for new hair products! I definitely need to try the Oribe products!

    xo, Caitlin
    http://caitlincarol.com

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  3. Alexis
    January 4, 2017 at 2:58 am (4 months ago)

    Of the two T3 wands, 1.5 or 1.25, which one was your go to the most?

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    • laurenkaysims
      January 4, 2017 at 8:54 pm (4 months ago)

      probably the 1.25, just because the 1.5 was a wand, so it didn’t have a clip. i prefer for the curling iron to have a clip on it!

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