EVO Ritual Salvation Shampoo & Conditioner Review

EVO Ritual Salvation Shampoo & Conditioner ReviewEvo sent a box of complimentary products to review for our editors. One of the items in the box was Evo Ritual Salvation Shampoo and Conditioner. I tried it for a week and it just didn’t work on my fine long hair. So, to not let it go to waste, I decided to give it to a girlfriend who has very short, processed bleached hair. Weeks prior she explained that due to bleaching her hair for years, it was very dry and she needed moisturizing products to improve the condition of her hair  and asked for some recommendations. At the time I didn’t have any however when, Evo Ritual Salvation Shampoo & Conditioner, didn’t work on my long fine hair because it weighed it down too much giving it a heavy feeling decided it might be perfect for her or anyone who has over processed hair.

After further research on Amazon’s online reviews, I discovered several other women who had short processed hair in need of moisturizing shampoo and conditioner recommend Evo. They were raving about Evo Ritual Salvation Shampoo and Conditioner.

After a couple of weeks of my girlfriend using it I asked her opinion and like several others online she raved about Evo Ritual Shampoo and Conditioner  and will be purchasing some more once the samples are used. Thanks Evo for sending the products for our editors to review. Even though it  didn’t work for my very fine hair no-volume hair, it was ideal for my girlfriend with bleached blond hair who was in need of a moisturizing shampoo to improve the condition of her hair..

Evo Water Killer Dry Shampoo Review

Evo Water Killer Dry Shampoo ReviewDry Shampoo is a lifesaver with someone with fine long hair. However, dry shampoos can be frustrating as well. This is due to a packaging design flaw by most brands. I found, shortly after purchasing a can of dry shampoo, and using it a few times, the nozzle would clog and make it unusable. Tresemme was the worst brand for clogging problems. I bought over 7 cans of Tresemme and they all clogged shortly after purchase. I nearly gave up using dry shampoos because of this packaging flaw.  I was starting to feel skeptical as to if the same thing would happen to any and all brands on the market. Then the brand Evo contacted me to see if I would like to try some of their products.  They sent me a package of complementary products. I was surprised to discover that they make a dry shampoo. I have used it now for over 3 three months and have yet to have the nozzle clog.  Finally, I found a company that understands my concerns regarding the nozzle clogging.  The dry shampoo is excellent. I prefer it over Tresemme and Pssssst Instant Shampoo.  It worked better on my fine hair giving it a clean and full body feeling. I admit I would have not even known Evo products were on the market if they didn’t contact me and send me complimentary samples and I am really grateful that they did. I would like to thank Evo  for making a dry shampoo that has a nozzle that doesn’t clog and works excellent on long, straight fine hair. I give you two thumbs up for your product.

Hairspray Reviews

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Finding the top hairsprays is always a challenge. If you have fine, curly, thick, thin, coarse, or need volume hairspray. Advertisements will claim they are the Holy Grail to your hairstyle needs. We end up purchasing them from the claims in advertisements and wording on the label discovering it just doesn’t cut it and hope the next one we purchase will be better.

Today’s styles need a top hairspray that hold, give volume but yet look natural. This is a far cry from the 80s and 90s where firm hold hairspray brands such as Aqua Net or Joico JioMist Maximum Hold was important.

I personally have struggled, even with tons of beauty product research, a father who does hair for a living to find the best hairspray on the market for the last five years. This all changed when I discovered Kerastase Resistance, Double Force. As most Kerastase products, Resistance, Double Force is pricey but worth it. It works great on my fine hair whiling not weighing it down and giving my locks some volume..

Below are the worst and best hairspray purchases I have made.

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ImageProduct NameRating Cost
ImageProduct NameRating Cost
Kerastase Laque Double ForceOver $30Excellent hairspray for fine hair that is thin and flies away. It really gives it a professional look
Pantene Pro-V Fine Hair Style Lasting Volume Maximum Hold Aerosol Hairspray, 11.5-Ounce (Pack of 3) Under $15For the price the hairspray works well for fine hair
Rusk W8less Plus Hair Spray, 10-Ounces Bottle Under $15I wouldn't buy this hairspray again. It just didn't work well and gave my hair a dry tangled look.
Fresh Concepts Pearspray Hairspray 10.6 Fl Over $20Awful hairspray not worth a dime.
ENJOY Color Holding Formula Conditioning Spray 10.1oz/300ml (PACK OF 2) Under $50Pricey but an excellent hairspray for fine problem hair

How To Care For Your Hair Extensions

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Hair extensions can completely change anyone’s look, they can either give the ‘something’s different but I can’t put my finger on it’ look, or the ‘wow, your hair’ look. If you want to create a beautiful, natural look though you’ll have to be willing to part with some cash as the best hair extensions don’t come cheap and depending on how well you look after them, will only last between four and six months.

After spending so much money on them you will obviously want to look after them to make them last as long as possible. This isn’t difficult, as if you by high quality extensions then you can treat them as if they’re your own hair. Be careful not to let the extensions dry out though; as they’re not attached at the root they don’t produce as much natural oil – keeps your hair looking clean, shiny and fresh – so the best thing to do is use moisturising shampoos and lots of conditioner. Try out a leave in conditioner on the ends of your hair to keep them really soft. Don’t overdo it with the hair products though as they can make hair become tangled.

Your hair extensions shouldn’t look dry, tangled or messy as long as you purchase high quality, real hair. Hair that is left for a while to get dirty will tangle easily and you risk ruining your hair extensions if you are continually trying to yank out the knots. Instead, you should wash the hair regularly and be sure to brush through it to remove the tangles before washing. When brushing your hair you should also take care. Start with a soft bristle brush at the ends first to remove any knots or tangles without pulling at the root of the extension. If you follow these steps it will keep your extensions in great condition and they will last a lot longer.

If you have permanent extensions then sleeping should not be any more uncomfortable than usual. However, you should not sleep with wet hair as this will lead to serious discomfort in a morning when your try to remove all of the knots. Before sleeping you should put your hair into a bobble, this also prevents any mid-night tangling.

Brazilian hair extensions are the most sought after in the world. They are carefully chosen from Brazilian donors that have to meet certain criteria in terms of lifestyle choices. This is because the hair is naturally extremely strong, it can be coloured and is available as straight, wavy or curly.

This article was written by Jenny Wallis on behalf of www.luciola.co.uk, specialists in Brazilian hair extensions.