Thursday, June 18, 2020

Summer Hair Care Routine with Hair Food



This post is sponsored by Hair Food. All opinions are my own. Thank you for the supporting the brands that make BentleyBlonde possible!

Hi Beauties! 

I hope you all have been staying healthy and safe! We just entered 'phase 2' of our Coronavirus Recovery Plan here in Maryland, and the feeling is surprisingly bittersweet. As thankful as I am that our state is seeing lowering infection rates and beginning to reopen many non-essential businesses, this precious time at home with my family has been a blessing in disguise. I am so thankful for this opportunity to "slow down" and soak in all of these moments together. No crazy schedules or commitments to keep, just long summer days at home with my boys.
During this time at home, I've also rediscovered the importance of self-care. Being a busy wife and mom means sacrificing a lot of "me" time, but the one essential thing I do EVERY single morning is enjoy a shower and wash my hair. When you look good, you feel good .. am I right?! Because I do wash my hair every day, it's extra important that I use products that are sulfate free, color safe and healthy for my hair.

Over the past couple months I've been using a new shampoo and conditioner combo from Hair Food. It's their Tea Tree & Lavender Water Shampoo & Conditioner and guys.. IT'S. SO. GOOD. This combo contains a lightweight recipe that nourishes your hair, while leaving it manageable with body and bounce! All Hair Food products are also free of sulfates, dyes and parabens. Hair Food's mission is simple, feed your hair like you feed your body



My hair looks, feels and smells amazing after using this duo, and I feel good knowing that my hair is getting the nourishment it needs!
If you are wanting to treat yourself to an indulgent and affordable hair care routine, be sure to check out Hair Food, and don't miss out on their special deal with Sam's Club HERE!




XO
Wendy



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