My Daily Hair Routine

One of the most frequent requests I get is to show you all how I do my hair everyday. I worry I am going to disappoint you all when you realize that it isn’t anything super crazy. I typically do the same thing every day and do vary too much from it. I am not the best with experimenting with my hair so I tend to stick to what I know, and that is using a curling wand and a boatload of dry shampoo!

If you head to my IGTV, you will be able to see the full (under 10 min) tutorial, but I thought I would break it down on here as to the products I use, swear by, and why!

T3 Curling Iron/Wand

This is definitely on the more expensive side, I realize that. I had heard great things about it, and I knew it was something I wanted to invest in. Like most expensive things, I typically set money aside here and there until I’ve saved enough to purchase. My last curling wand I had for over 5 years, so I am hoping that this one lasts just as long and treats my hair a little bit better! I originally purchased the curling iron, but I just could not get the hang of it! I wanted to love it, but I am so used to using a wand that I couldn’t get it figured out-haha! So, I ended up buying the wand attachment and I love it.

What I love about the T3 is that the barrel is a little bit longer than my previous one so it curls just a tad better-I am able to wrap my hair around it easier. It also helps fight against frizz and seals the cuticle because of the T3 Tourmaline and ceramic surface. (Shop a couple of less expensive versions here and here)

Kristin Ess Dry Shampoo

Dry shampoo is something that I can’t live without-while I am not¬†always¬†trying new dry shampoos I have tried my fair share. When I find a kind that I love, I stick with it. Kristin Ess is my most recent obsession when it comes to dry shampoo. I forget how I found it-could have been another blogger, could have been when I was aimlessly walking around Target, who knows-but I am so glad I did. I feel like I don’t need to use a ton of it, so a little goes a long way, and it absorbs excess oil pretty well. I am able to only wash my hair twice a week-I think Kristin Ess Dry Shampoo is a huge reason why!

One tip that I always like to share with people when I am chatting all things hair, is that I spray my whole hair with dry shampoo right before bedtime-I don’t rub it in. I just let it sit. Once I spray, I toss my hair into a pony tail with a scrunchie (less kinks in the hair). I feel like doing that gives me a little bit more time in between washes!

Living Proof Full Dry Volume Blast

This has been a game changer for me. My hair is really fine and has always kind of been lifeless. I love this because it gives it texture, volume and the grit that I love my hair to have. This also lasts a really long time for me, because a little can go a long way. I don’t go through this like I go through my hairspray (which I feel like is pretty frequently).

I use this the Volume Blast once I am completely done curling my hair. I usually bend over and spray this throughout my hair upside down. While I am spraying I usually finger comb through my hair. Once I flip back over, I have the volume I wish I was naturally blessed with!

Perfect Hair Day Body Builder

This has been my most recent addition to my hair routine. It’s a buildable hairspray that has a customizable nozzle letting you select how much or how little you want to come out (it adjusts the particle size and spray rate). I use this last-I feel like this is the cherry on top. While the Volume Blast gives my volume all over I feel like I can be a little more selective with this as to where I want/need more volume. The only thing I don’t like about this, is that it has a weird smell (to me). Weird smell aside, I love this and am so glad I added this to my daily hair routine.

There you have it! Any questions at all just let me know-don’t forget to head to my IGTV to see the whole (low key) video!

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