I like to protect my tresses as much as anyone. Dying my hair every four weeks takes its toll. Even though I only wash twice a week and try to avoid blow drying all together, I will admit to using hot rollers, flat irons and my Beachwaver almost daily. That means I need heat protection.
While in the past, I've used a simple spray to protect my hair, I hate that it leaves my locks feeling wet. Sure, it dries in a bit, but if I apply enough to actually protect all of my hair (including each layer), the spray can take more than 10 minutes to dry. Since I would rather spend that time sleeping, I decided to give AG's Firewall Argan Flat Iron Spray a try.
This Canadian company makes a load of products I'd like to try, as they dislike drying ingredients like salt and controversial ingredients like parabens, DEA and paba. They avoid animal testing so that the mantra clients are left with is "Use. Love. Repeat.".
According to the company, here is why you should consider Firewall:
Firewall is a light, protective barrier between your hair and your flat iron, absorbing heat and preventing breakage while it smoothes unruly hair and flyaways. Infused with Argan oil, Firewall lets your iron slip seamlessly through your hair as it adds incredible shine. Can also be used as a finishing spray to add smoothness and shine. Humidity resistant.
According to me, all of the above is totally true. For once, the description isn't hype, it's just an accurate description of a tool to get healthier hair. And the best part? It doesn't leave hair feeling wet. I also believe it helps maintain your style well beyond the first day, stops humidity from adding fly-aways and frizz to your coif and adds real shine without making the hair feel heavy or weighed down. The only downside is that my hair, which I like to wash every four days, can only last two to three days without needing to be cleansed. But it's not a bad trade off!
I love it. Pick it up for yourself from AGHair.com or Ulta.
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