Although this post has been generously sponsored by Garnier Whole Blends, the opinions and language are my own.
I started going grey fairly young and as the years have gone on, it’s gradually become my natural colour. Of course, I don’t accept that, so I get my hair coloured regularly and in recent years, I’ve started lightening my hair so that the grey doesn’t appear so stark at my roots. I have an amazing hairdresser who is lightening my hair in stages to avoid damage but years of colouring has still caused some dry and frizzy hair. I combat that by looking for hair products made with natural ingredients.
The NEW Garnier Whole Blends Moroccan Argan & Camellia Oils blend is exactly the type of hair product I want. The oil extracts make my hair soft and smooth. If it weren’t for my grey roots, I don’t believe anyone would know I’ve been colouring my hair for years. My hair feels light, not at all oily, and it smells wonderful. The scent is mild but lingering, so my hair smells beautiful all day.
Every Whole Blend focuses on a unique hair action. The Blends Moroccan Argan & Camellia Oils blend nourishes hair for an intense shine, and the NEW Legendary Olive blend strengthens and restores hair. The Legendary Olive blend is ideal for fine hair, so I will be trying it out next.
As a family that is making an effort to reduce our carbon footprints, I feel it is important to choose products and brands that have the same ideals. Garnier Whole Blends are paraben free, made with natural extracts and produced in facilities that are committed to sustainability. In just over a decade, they have reduced their waste and water consumption by approximately 58% and 47% respectively. That is a brand I can get behind.
You can learn more about Whole Blends and find the perfect blend for your hair type by visiting their website. They have a blend for nearly every hair type. Grab a coupon before you buy too!
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