I’ve shared it and by now I know you Honies have also seen pics, but I naturally have extremely thick and frizzy hair. Hello Latina genetics! I feel like it’s just a known fact that most ladies, but especially my thick-haired ladies, do not like washing our hair often. Not only does over washing your hair cause it to become brittle, but in my case, it causes my hair to become even frizzier. As a result, I stick to my usual once a week washes and use Amika Perk Up Dry Shampoo whenever I feel like there’s any extra oil build up.

However, my issue was that with using the dry shampoo and any heat styling tools I found my hair to become a bit dry between washes. I didn’t want to add any oil or cream to it, as I do when my hair is freshly washed because that’s the whole purpose of me using the Dry Shampoo. I was kind of at a loss for what to do to help aid with the dryness. That was until I heard Caitlin Covington talk about the Waterl<ss brand and a few of her go to products.

Caitlin shared the Waterl<ss Dry Conditioner Instant Moisture on one of her IG stories and I instantly swiped up and made a quick Target purchase. The Waterl<ss Dry Conditioner is designed specifically for thick hair and is intended to “condition dry hair to control frizz.” I mean could a product description get any more perfect for my issue?

I’m happy to report that I have been hooked on this Honey, Yasss product since I made this purchase. The spray conditioner not only adds that extra boost of moisture my hair is craving between washes, but it helps control some of my frizz and even flyaways as well. It’s paraben and sulfate-free, smells amazing and the best part is that it’s less than $7 for a bottle. If any of you Honies have thick hair or struggle with some of the same hair issues as me, do yourself a favor and add this to your next Target order (also available at Sally’s in case it’s sold out at Target!). Your dry hair will thank you later!

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  1. Janita

    Most people I talk to don’t know that fast hair growth scalp therapy shampoos (obviously without any sulfates, parabens or DEA) exist. Individuals are now able to have longer hair and experience more options. Certainly worth looking into it.

    If you’re assessing alopecia, damaged hair, preventing scalp disorders, fast hair growth, hair and scalp health at large, similar thoughts come to mind.

    As a rule of thumb, you will want to steer clear of hair treatments and products that use chemicals such as parabens, DEA or sulfates.

    What is healthy for your hair is beneficial for your skin all the same.

    For obvious reasons the content here is so accurate for various reasons. It avoids the common errors and traps so many fall into: getting ineffective alternatives. Keep up the great content!

    1. HonestlyInfluenced

      Thank you for the great insight! We appreciate the kind words and happy you’re here!

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