My 5 Must-Have Hair Products For Summer

I ‘m gearing up for Summer and that means getting some Summer hair products to tame my tresses! Here are 5 of my favorites.

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Aveda Smooth Infusion Naturally Straight – I love the Aveda Smooth Infusion line because it keeps my curly hair nice and straight. The plant-derived fibers in this formula work to straighten and it keeps my hair nice and soft. Price: $26

Lush Montalbano Shampoo Bar – Montalbano shines up my hair and gives it a wonderful lemon scent. I love the lather from the Lush shampoo bars and they never dry out my hair. Price: $10.95

Garnier Whole Blends Coconut Oil & Cocoa Butter Smoothing Oil – When I need a little extra conditioning I use a dab of this coconut oil. It tames my frizz and I love the coconut scent. Price: $6.99

Lush Big Sea Salt Shampoo – While Big is a bit pricey it’s so worth it. This large 11.4 oz. container lasts me about 45 days as I don’t use it everyday. Big gives my hair amazing bounce and softness. Price: $27.95

Bath & Body Works At The Beach  Sea Salt Hair Mist – This is my favorite Sea Salt Hair Mist. It detangles, moisturizes and smells so good. It has a “blend of white frangipani, toasted coconut & bergamot waters essenced with a cool, saltwater breeze” Price: $16.50

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Garnier Whole Blends Coconut Water & Vanilla Milk Shampoo and Conditioner Review

Today I tried out the Garnier Whole Blends Coconut Water & Vanilla Milk Shampoo and Conditioner today because I was in the mood for a little coconut!

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What’s to love?

My mom is a huge fan of the Garnier Whole Blends Honey Treasures line so We deiced to pick up the new coconut version. This one smells really nice with a great combo of coconut and vanilla. The pearlized shampoo lathers well and rinses out clean and the conditioner feels light and smooth.

I love using coconut shampoo to clarify and remove build-up from my hair and this one works great. I love to switch up my shampoo and conditioner between Lush and I also use Garnier and Aveda products to keep my hair manageable. I like to switch because I think it gives my hair more life and because I love the variety.

Overall I would use this one again for the smell and hydration.

Price: $3.99 for each bottle.

Garnier Whole Blends Honey Treasures Shampoo and Conditioner Review

I have a ton of these Garnier Whole Blends Honey Treasures Shampoo and Conditioner samples so I wanted to try them out. This set is from my August Allure Beauty Box. I do love that Garnier has been so generous will handing these out. I love trying a new product before I commit to buying.

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What’s to love?

First I have to say that I’m a fan of the Garnier Fructis products and before I found the Lush Shampoo Bars I used it quite a bit. I do like to use regular shampoo occasionally to mix things up and I’m impressed with the Whole Bends Honey Treasures.

The product contains royal jelly, honey and propolis which makes for a very creamy nourishing formula. The white pearlized shampoo could almost be mistaken for conditioner it’s so creamy. The shampoo is not a high-lather product but feels silky and rinses clean. The conditioner is super creamy and more on the heavy side.

Both have a honey/caramel scent that has a touch of a purfumey smell. Meaning that it’s not super earthy but I liked it. It feels more like a salon product for a much better price.

I can see myself using Honey Treasures after I color my hair or when it feels more dried out as it is super conditioning. I will probably pick up the full-sized products soon.