BEAUTY | April 24, 2019

food for your hair

blogger Monica Awe-Etuk tries hair food. wearing red floral maxi dress and glam hair pin, boss hair pin and cult gaia brown sandalssponsored post by Hair Food


You heard of food for the soul, well here is food for your hair

Self care is so important to me. It’s the glue that keeps us together. I believe that when it comes to our health, what we put in our bodies is extremely important. Eating the right foods have ability to promote good health and mental wellness. Hence a few years ago, I made a conscious decision to include certain superfoods into my everyday diet. Superfoods like avocado oil, almond oil, coconut milk or tea tree oil, are all foods that I use to nourish my body and promote a healthy lifestyle.
Now imagine applying that same philosophy to our hair. Like our bodies,  our hair also craves for nourishment, and that is why Hair Food was created. Inspired by the simple ingredients we find in our kitchen, the brand created products that would nourish the hair the same way superfoods nourished the body. They set out to create products that were clean  and promoted healthy living, making my partnership with the Hair Food brand a natural fit. Not only are these products free of sulfates, parabens, dyes and no compromise, but they are also super affordable.


Coco Chai Conditioner // Coco Chai Shampoo // Coco Chai Dry Shampoo // Almond Lotus Shampoo // Almond Lotus Conditioner // Honey Apricot Conditioner // Honey Apricot Shampoo // Avocado  Argan Shampoo // Tea Tree Oil Conditioner 

Atlanta fashion blogger Monica Awe-Etuk uses hair food products inspired by super foods like coconut, at the ulta gm conference in atlantaI had the pleasure of sharing my experience with the product at the Ulta General Mangers Conference in Atlanta.



My experience with hair food

  blogger Monica Awe-Etuk tries hair food 3 Coconut and chic spice shampoo and conditioner
blogger Monica Awe-Etuk tries hair food almond and lotus flower shampoo and conditioner
My introduction to the brand was with the Coconut & Chai Spice Nourishing Sulfate Free shampoo and conditioner. I got instant gratification after the first use. I have to admit, I wasn’t sure what to expect from the product at first use. In the past, I have found that a lot of products don’t cater to my afro-kinky, yet fine hair type, leaving my hair feeling hard and crunchy. My biggest fear was that the product would not deliver the amount of nourishment and moisture my hair needs. However with just the first use my hair felt soft, had a visible shine and smelt great.
The brand has six collections available at Ulta. These shampoo and conditioner collections highlight the various hair needs, which also ensures that there is a product for everyone. In addition to trying the Coconut & Chai Spice, I also tried the Almond oil & Lotus Flower Sulfate Free shampoo and conditioner. The smell of this product is amazing. Using it to wash my hair was definitely a vibe as I love lighting candles and making the wash more of an experience (yes I am weird lol). However unlike the Coconut & Chai Spice, I didn’t get my instant gratification as this product is more of a repair shampoo and shows results after a few uses. The beauty about these products is not only does it do a great job of nourishing the hair but the smell lingers for hours, leaving your hair looking, feeling and smelling great.
Atlanta fashion blogger Monica Awe-Etuk uses hair food products. wearing an alice and olivia floral dress, rejina pyo sandals, and spring bag.
Over the last year, Hair Food has been hard at work to ensure that it's not only safe but delivers what we all crave most, healthy and beautiful hair. When it comes to the saying you are what you eat, Hair Food delivers with their amazing products.





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