It’s no secret that I have tried my fair share of hair products. Some of you know my hair history and for those of you who don’t, the short version is – I have been coloring my hair since I was about 10. I started with highlights and then gradually moved towards hair dye. My natural color is dark brown but today I am a bright blonde.
Since I began coloring my hair, it’s truly never been the same. The texture is always coarse and dry and I can’t remember the last time my hair was one even length. I have a lot of breakage and my hair is drier than the Sahara some days. However, she keeps on growing so clearly I must be doing something right.
I started using Giovanni Hair Care a little over two weeks ago. Since I began using it my hair feels a lot softer and more nourished.
Giovanni was the first salon-inspired hair-care brand being showcased in natural product stores, and today is the #1 selling Hair Care line in the United States Product Industry. Since 1979, the Giovanni Rule of Balance has been the commitment to make each product as pure and as natural as possible without the sacrifice of the product’s performance. Also, for you vegans or PITA lovers, Giovanni prides themselves on their Leaping Bunny Certification. Basically, they pride themselves on never having tested their products on animals.
My hair has really never felt cleaner and more fresh, which in turn makes me feel confident, strong and stylish. When I first began using the products I tried the Shampoo and Conditioner. By the second wash, I tried the Leave-in Treatment. Talk about a game changer! My hair was so soft after only 10 minutes!
You have to try these products! I promise you won’t be disappointed!
I haven’t found any other brand that beats the salon quality and performance of Giovanni hair products. Their Eco Chic line is truly the best there is out there, catering to 4 types of hair! Straight, Wavy, Curly and Coily hair types. It works magic miracles with my curly hair! I highly recommend checking out what this family owned brand has to offer!
This post is sponsored by Giovanni but the content and opinions expressed here are my own.