First – love and healing thoughts to my dear, wonderful friend who is recovering from walking pneumonia. If you have a moment, please send some good vibes his way.
Second – sorry about missing yesterday’s post. The entire day got re-arranged at the last minute; and my scheduled blogging activities had to go by the wayside.
The last two days have been pretty stressful. I’m worried about a couple of my friends; and it’s hard when people I care about are having trouble, and there isn’t much I can do to help. I’m doing my best to send support and love their way; and I’m also trying very hard to distract myself so I don’t smother them with my worrying.
Although it doesn’t fix anything, taking little breaks to count my blessings, find little things to do, and/or give myself a little pampering go a long way towards feeling better when there’s nothing I can actually accomplish. Today’s distractingly nurturing hair care items are from Carol's Daughter.
Hair Milk - The Original Curl Definer (previously reviewed)
Blurb: For already-defined curls that need control. The same formula that people have loved for 15 years! A quenching, fast-absorbing lotion that defines, tames, and restores luster to natural curls while conditioning. Leaves curls soft, bouncy and manageable.
Hair Milk Lite (New) - The Curl Booster
Blurb: For wavy hair and curls that need more definition. A curl-boosting, weightless hair lotion that's adapted from the brand's famous original formula. Boosts and defines your curls. Tames frizz.
I’ve been a fan of the original Hair Milk for years. I think everyone with curly hair needs to have a bottle of this (I often keep a small bottle in my bag). It’s fabulous for taming frizz, and it also works to soften and add shine to curls when the weather is dry. The Hair Milk Lite is an awesome addition. Now that my hair is getting longer, some of the curls are turning to waves, and the Lite version is great for getting a little curl boost.
Both products add lots of shine and moisture, condition the scalp, and contain cocoa butter, shea butter and vitamin C. They’re also free of parabens, petroleum, mineral oil and artificial color.
Take a look at the website. There’s an entire Hair Milk collection worth browsing, as well as Lisa's picks and the Good Buys page. Carol’s Daughter is also available at Macy's, Sephora and HSN.
Have a great weekend!
(ftc disclosure: sample/product received from manufacturer or representative)