Thursday, September 26, 2013

Product Review- Healthy Sexy Hair Soy Line Review

Healthy Sexy Hair Soy Hair Care Line Review


Healthy Sexy Hair Soy Line Review


From the Brand:     

Soy Renewal Oil: Sexy Hair Concepts Healthy & Sexy Soy Argan Treatment contains natural pro growth soy proteins and moisturizing Argan oil extracts among various other ingredients. Sexy Hair Concepts Healthy & Sexy Soy Argan Treatment is intended for daily use and helps heal, deep moisturize rough, frizzy hair and imparts radiant shine and healthy body to your hair.  $21.95

Leave-In Treatment:  Worried about softness and shine of hair? Healthy Sexy Hair Soy Wheat Leave In Conditioner is a no rinse formula for soft hair. It also detangles and smoothes hair with soy protein that also strengthens hair with every use. Soy Wheat Leave In Conditioner is a multi action formula that detangles, smoothes and controls frizz. It also helps to prevent static and flyaway that could be troubling the hair.  $16.95

Soy Milk Shampoo: Healthy Sexy Hair Soymilk Shampoo contains soy and cocoa. In this shampoo, the combination of these ingredients fuse together to create a shampoo that moistens damaged hair and bring to life hair that has been harshly treated with chemicals. The shampoo is natural and the ingredients create an amazing scent that lasts.  $13.95/ 10.1 oz

Beach Spray:  Creates undone texture that looks and feels like you’ve spent a day by the sea. Helps nourish, protect and heal hair damage with the power of Argan oil. Cures winter blues by giving your hair the look and feel of a day at the beach.  $19.95

Soy Hairspray:  Use Soy Touchable when you want natural-looking hold, volume, and shine WITHOUT the product feel. Great for humidity-resistance and controlling frizz. Also ideal for protecting hair from damaging heat styling tools & harmful UV rays.  $17.95

Retails for:   Prices vary by location but I've listed the price at Ulta at the end of the product descriptions above.

Where to Buy:  You can Google it and find it just about everywhere, but I buy my products at either Ulta or Target.  I found the soy milk shampoo on clearance for a liter size, and when I look at the website, I don't see that specific shampoo name.  It may have been changed to the Color Safe name, so that's the pricing I used. 

My Thoughts:  I'm majorly in love with this hair product line!  I may never use anything else.  Honestly.  And I'm the kind of person who switches hair products like I switch hair colors.  I have about 20 different kinds of shampoo and conditioners half used littering the shelves of my bathroom cupboard.  The one thing I haven't tried yet is the conditioner, but I'm still a fan of using a conditioning mask instead of a regular conditioner, since I wash my hair only twice a week.

Let's talk about the Soy Milk Shampoo first.  I'm hoping that with the name change they didn't change the formula, and if they did I'm super happy I found a liter size bottle at Ulta.  I've used the TIGI Color Goddess Shampoo for years when I was brunette with only streaks of red.  It drew me in with its delicious caramel scent, and it helped keep the color in my hair from fading.  However, it wasn't moisturizing enough, and it didn't help hold the red in once I went back to a full head of red hair.  Then I started using the Matrix Color Care Shampoo, and it was the only thing that didn't strip the red right out after dying it and fading my color so quickly.  It never turned my red brassy or dull.  It was actually on a trip to Ulta to buy more of my Matrix shampoo that I found this one by Healthy Sexy Hair.  I left the Matrix bottle in the guest bathroom one day and tried out the Soy Milk Shampoo.... bam!  Never went and got that other one out!  It leaves my hair feeling super silky and healthy, and it doesn't strip my color at all.  Combined with the rest of the products, my hair is softer, shinier, and bouncier than it's ever been.

The Treatment Oil was the first product that I ever used, and it's been my must use product every time I wash my hair since July.  It's not greasy at all, and it has a nice light fragrance that isn't overpowering at all.  I use about a nickel size amount and work it through my damp hair before blow drying or air drying, concentrating mostly on the ends.  But even if I do work it all the way to my roots, it won't make them look oily or greasy at all.  It's great for taming fly aways, too.  I just put a few drops into my palm, emulsify with my hands and run them lightly over my hair for shine and control.

I don't use the Leave-In Treatment much, since I'm such a fan of the oil, but every once and a while I'll use this in addition to it.  I bought the travel size to take with me to Florida last month and only just unpacked it into my regularly used products.  It's a very lightweight, non-greasy spray that smells really good.  Again, the scent isn't too strong but it does leave a bit of smell to the hair.

The Beach Spray is one of the products that's a bit hit or miss for me.  I bought this for my hair kit for boudoir clients for a quick bed head kind of look or to prep them for beachy waves.  On myself, it puts some of the natural wave back in my hair without the use of a curling wand, and it acts like a hairspray to help really lock the curl in place when I use it to prep before applying heat.  The downside is that it makes my hair feel a bit stiff and crunchy, and I'm always a bit squeamish about brushing afterwards.  I feel like I'm going to damage my hair. 

Last but certainly not least, is the Soy Touchable Hairspray.  I've smelled a lot of hairsprays in my day, and I must say this is my absolute favorite!  Weird, I know, to mention the smell first, but it was honestly the first thing that drew me to the product.  It smells like strawberry mint.  It's extremely flexible and lightweight, but it has serious holding power, too.  Not quite sure how they do that, but it works!  I love it to give volume at my crown when I tease it up and need to incorporate my growing out bangs.  It locks them into place with the rest of my hair without me having to worry about them falling out and making me look windblown.  It can dull down the look of the hair if used to heavily, but it doesn't add a crunchy white cast to the hair either that some other hairsprays can give.  So it won't look like it's hairsprayed to death, but it will loose just a touch of it's shine.  I mist some shine spray into a cloud over my head and let it settle onto the hair to add a bit of luster back quickly, and I'm right as rain!

Final Verdict:  Your hair will look (and smell!) amazing and be so touchabley soft!



**Disclaimer: As with all my product reviews, I was not paid by the cosmetic company to provide feedback or review/promote their products. All the opinions expressed in this article are my own. These items were purchased with my own money. For more information on my policies, please view my Let's Chat page.

1 comment:

  1. Oh very useful post that inform about healthy hair products for controlling hair loss.


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