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This is the second part of my daily maintenance‘s trilogy, and yes it will be a make-up post in the near future. So let me introduce you to my crazy hair’s world. It’s a frizzy, dry and damn curly world. In addition to this madness, my super sensitive scalp demands extra attention in choosing the right products or else I usually end up like a pimple machine.

1. GHD Styler. Straightening without destroying. I use this styler for more than 5 years and I really owe to this half of my hair’s length. It’s easy fast and creates the most incredible vamp waves.

2. Chi Air tourmaline brush. My daily touch-up for my extra frizzy/freakin roots. Pull, blow n’ready in just a few seconds.

3. MoroccanOil. I’ve discovered it two years prior in Chicago when a hairdresser introduced it like a “jesus in a jar”. And yes it is.

4. Apivita shampoos. They’re organic and they don’t irritate my sensitive scalp. Plus my hair loves them.

5. Schwarzkopf gliss hair repair, or the promise keeper. I use this mask instead of conditioner and I can really swear on this product.

6. Hippophaes seeds. The other half of my hair’s length is owed to these seeds. Many of you have noticed my locks’ rapid change and this is my little secret. I eat 10 of them every morning and I’ve seen a miraculous improvement in only two months.

ps. This is another honest post but don’t you ever forget that every single scalp is completely unique.

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  1. April 4, 2012

    I love these kinds of posts…tried and tested products that work! Thanks for sharing :)

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  2. April 4, 2012

    OMG I have to try these seeds, hope I can get them somewhere in Dubai. Thanks for the tip Ev!

    x Leila

    Fashionfifth

  3. April 4, 2012

    I looove Moroccan Oil!!

  4. April 4, 2012

    Moroccan Oil is great for the hair and skin, I get fresh pure (Argan) Moroccan oil for like a fraction of the price from Marrakech in Morroco- so cheap!

    Or another good alternative is from Khiels but its like 30 pounds, 45-50 dollars…

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  5. April 4, 2012

    I use Moroccan Oil as well!!! It is such a great product and once I started using their hairspray nothing else will do :) Thanks for sharing your inside secrets to your gorgeous locks.

    XX,
    Miranda

  6. Agne #
    April 4, 2012

    Great products! Thank you for sharing, it’s much easier to find best products in the market this way! x

  7. April 4, 2012

    I use the moroccan oil as well! It is so amazing isn’t i?!

  8. April 5, 2012

    Oooo. those seeds seem interesting. I eat chia and flax seed, so I wonder what this will do! Excited to try it out.

  9. Marilena #
    April 5, 2012

    I love this post! Where can I find the Hippophaes seeds in Athens?
    xoxo,
    Marilena

    • April 5, 2012

      se ena magazi me biologika..einai poly eukolo. prosekse Marilena mou thn posothta omws. mexri 10.xo

      • Marilena #
        April 5, 2012

        thank you sooo much! ennoeis oti synolika prepei na paro mexri 10 e? ok, thanks for the info! xo

        • April 5, 2012

          10 seeds kathe prwi!xo

          • Marilena #
            April 6, 2012

            teleia! thanks!

  10. April 5, 2012

    Aaah a straightener , can’t live without it

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  11. April 6, 2012

    moroccan oil is the best shizz ever sis! so obsessed with the smell!! xxx

  12. Monika #
    April 6, 2012

    Are these seeds or dried berries? I can’t seem to find seeds anywhere, only berries. Thanks.

    • April 6, 2012

      Ahhh i’m so sorry Monica…i find them in the local stores with exactly the name I’ve posted the link. But there are also supplements with it at the pharmacies..let me put a link that might help
      http://superfoods.gr/EN/products.html?view=28
      let me know if you need more help om this.
      xo

      • Monika #
        April 7, 2012

        Thank you so much, Evangeline, I think I’ll manage from here ;)

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