Recently, I've decided to change the color up. Normally, we are covering the grey strands that seem to be multiplying. But having an unnatural hair color has also become trendy. Now, instead of kids with purple, pink, blue (and a number of other colors) hair, we see adults with those colors. And some wear it really well.
So because I work around kids, I've opted to go Peekaboo. In other words, if my hair is down my hair remains dark brown. Put up the bottom portion of my ponytail is purple. Or when it washes out the bottom portion of my hair is blonde.
I think of my peekaboo color in the same way as the old saying for a mullet, "Business in the front and party in the back." It's professional enough for a work environment.
I'm very lucky that my sister is a trained hairdresser. Anytime I need a trim, color, or cut she has scissors and is happy to take me.
In either case, I tell you this because I have color-treated hair (and bleached on the bottom) which can get a bit dry. My sister loves Olaplex but the price tag is pretty far up there for something that at the end of the day, literally goes down the drain.
So, while my sister usually tells me to steer clear of regular products and stick with the salon stuff, I decided to give this a try.
And I really like it.
It smells mostly of coconut oil. Not a bad thing in my mind because some fragrances can be off-putting.
Three to five minutes of letting it sit in my hair were a fair exchange for the smoothness that resulted. Now, I've used other leave-in conditioners, but they left my hair feeling so greasy. This, on the other hand, was all shine.
I had my reservations about trying this because of the color-treated nature of my hair (along with how it may handle the bleached sections of my hair where the purple once was). Especially at the price tag of $3.99, but there was no disappointment here on any level.
The longer this sat on my head the softer my hair was.
But truth be told, I'm impressed with this item. It's going into my rotation of items I'll be picking up regularly. It smelled good, I got what it promised: shiny and soft hair. There was no greasiness and it's completely affordable.
If you can't find this at Trader Joe's, then you might be able to find it through third-party sellers on Amazon.
And this product is way less expensive than other deep conditioners out there.
Would I buy this again? Yes, I would buy Trader Joe's Shea Butter and Coconut Oil Hair Mask again. It did what it needed to do: leave my hair soft and not greasy.
The bottle of Trader Joe's Shea Butter and Coconut Oil Hair Mask:
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Trader Joe's Shea Butter and Coconut Oil Hair Mask
Product Name: Trader Joe's Shea Butter and Coconut Oil Hair Mask
Product Description: Trader Joe's Shea Butter and Coconut Oil Hair Mask is a solid choice if you are looking for a deep conditioner.
Trader Joe's Shea Butter and Coconut Oil Hair Mask is a solid buy in the health and beauty aisle.
- Trader Joe's Shea Butter and Coconut Oil Hair Mask is something that you might walk past without a second thought, but if you like shiny hair then this product delivers without any greasiness.
- Nothing really stands out.