Coco & Eve
LIKE A VIRGIN
by Coco & Eve
I still remember almost perfectly the first time I wanted to dye my hair. I had fifteen years old and my mom didn’t allow me to go through the process of dyeing it “because you’ll regret it later”, she said. On that moment and because I was a very immature teenager, I got pretty mad at the whole situation. I couldn’t understand how dyes and chemicals could torture your hair no matter how thick, strong and healthy it is, and even though my genes have been pretty generous to me, I still have to deal with some damaged caused by styling tools and highlights that I got some time ago ago.
This is when I got introduced to Coco & Eve, a hair mask made of raw virgin coconuts, shea butter, argan oil and figs which are ingredientes known for their hair performing qualities, it revives parched hair, damaged by heat, dyes and the environment. The formula is made to suit all hair types and you’ll find it will hydrate yours without losing volume, leaving you with silky soft, amazing hair.
My favorite part about this mask is how easy is to apply, which can be during your shower routine in 10 minutes or as a rinse-off mask in 20 minutes. Because my scalp is somewhat oily, I concentrate mainly from the middle to the end, so the mask treats my split ends while taming the frizz perfectly, leaving my hair silky for three days between washes with no need of applying more product. The mask comes with a tangle tamer brush for a proper distribution of it and it’s also a pretty handy brush for traveling, as it detangles with minimal breakage.
Coco & Eve is also PETA-approved, vegan, cruelty free and it’s made without parabens, sulphates, phthalates and gluten (which I love to eat but it’s not necessary for your beauty routine).
EASY IN 5 STEPS:
1 Start with dirty hair 2 Wash it with a paraben-free shampoo and apply the mask with your fingers 3 Distribute it with the special comb 4 Do something while the mask do its charm; shave your legs, sing a song, get a coffee or watch cat videos 5 Rinse off and style!
The years have passed and my mom’s happy that I still haven’t fully dyed my hair, mainly because I want to avoid the complicated process of visiting the salon every month and spending so much money that could easily pay a trip somewhere, but some grey hairs are starting to appear and I’m afraid soon enough I’ll have to go through the tedious process, this time with the help of Coco & Eve.
This post is sponsored by Coco & Eve.
The mask was tested for a month in advance to test
the results and for sake of integrity.
All opinions & creative content are my own.