Home décor is what makes my heart sing, and beauty products are what make it race with glee and excitement. There is no better rush of adrenaline than when you have discovered a new product that you just know is going to change your life (they rarely do change my life, and yet I am still hooked to the thrill of the hunt, silly I know). The fact that the cosmetics industry is a multibillion-dollar industry lets me know I am not alone.
One category of beauty products I particularly love to dabble in is hair care. I love to try new products across a variety of brands searching for that elusive Holy Grail product. I am still looking for the perfect product to combat humidity… so if you know the answer please let me know in the comments section below!
The two brands I want to highlight today (Verb and Kristin Ess) have become fast favorites in my hair care arsenal for several reasons:
- 1) Both brands offer highly hydrating products, my blonde highlighted hair needs all the help it can get, and both of these brands truly deliver. The Verb Hydrating Mask and the Kristin Ess Reconstructive Moisture Mask in particular are super hydrating.
- 2) Both have smells that are pleasant but not overwhelming. I have had to stop using products before because the scent was too much and gave me a constant headache… ugh.
- 3) Both offer high quality professional level care at drugstore prices (Kristen Ess is currently sold exclusively at Target). I initially tried both product lines after hearing rave reviews, and the fact that the products were half the price of the line I was currently using certainly made the decision to give them a try that much easier.
All of the products pictured above are the products I am currently using from each line. The standouts for the Verb product line are Hydrating Mask and Leave-in Mist. I use the spray every time I shower and I swear it has been a game changer. For Kristin Ess I love the shampoo and conditioner but also swear by her Reviving Dry Shampoo. This product really works without leaving the infamous white powder residue (she uses translucent powder) found in so many other dry shampoo formulas.
What are some hair products you absolutely love?