Cruelty Free Haircare Routine| Trying Bondi Boost

To give an idea of where my hair is at the moment (as of March 15th), we're at the part of quarantine where I desperately want a haircut. Aside from the warmer temps rolling in, the reason I want a chop so badly is because I feel like over the past year or so I have more fallout than ever before and a trim may help with the overall health of my hair or at least reduce fallout. I'm assuming this fallout is from my obsession with the top knot hairstyle, but who's to say. 

Last year I got a balayage, and when it grew out I decided to dye my hair red instead of touching up the blond highlights since they appeared too chunky initially. At this stage, most of the red has faded or washed out, but there's still a bit left on the tips. For this reason, I've been wanting to grow my hair as long as possible so I could trim off any remaining red sections. 

While this is a crazy and uncertain time, I'm doing my best to make this period about improvements. I've been using the stay at home order to focus on myself more; workout, cook healthy meals for myself, and to try new health supplements and skincare.

I thought this would be the perfect time to test out a new haircare routine.

I began testing out the Bondi Boost Hair Growth Bundle Pack on March 15th, the first day of quarantine.  On the 15th I started with the hair elixir oil on dry hair, then followed with the shampoo and conditioner. I would recommend rinsing with cool water, as I found this ensured I got any excess oil out of my hair.

Over the next few weeks, I saw less fallout and quite a bit of growth! If you love the beach as much as I do, but the salt and sun negatively affect your hair please give the hair oil a try! This was amazing to use after a day in the sun. I also purchased a hair scalp massage tool (currently $2.39 on Amazon) which really helps me massage the shampoo into my scalp, I plan to try it with the oil next.  

After washing my hair feels silky smooth and nourished. I'm planning on getting a trim as soon as I'm able to schedule an appointment, just to even things out and add some layers-- but look at this growth! 

Bondi Boost has no silicones, parabens, or sulfates. The entire line is also cruelty-free. While I've been conscious of ingredients lately, I also love that Bondi Boost has partnered with Mettle Women Inc which is an organization that employes and supports women escaping violent and dangerous situations that have led to homelessness. 

Thanks to Bondi Boost I'll be able to keep my hair healthy and nourished for my upcoming wedding. 💕

Have you tried Bondi Boost? Let me know what you thought in the comments below. 

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