Friday, August 14, 2015
* This is a sponsored post from SheSpeaks/Pantene.
Guys, my hair has been through a lot. 

Middle school brought a lot of damage with my obsession of straightening my curly hair with *GASP* no heat protectant. Did they even make that stuff when I was in school? Eh, probably not. I didn't stop the damage there. In high school, I had fun with box dyes going from light brown to red back to dark brown. For a while I stopped using hot tools regularly but my hair was SO thin by then! Lots of it, but no volume. Flash forward to last year, after having Hunter, I think I lost half of my hair due to postpartum hair loss and my hair got even thinner. 

Needless to say, when it comes to shampoos, your girl is alllllll about the volumizing ones. And conditioners? Well, honestly, I used to stay away from them. They typically weighed my hair down and make my already thin hair super greasy and limp by the end of the day. 

Until I happened upon Pantene Pro-V Full and Strong Shampoo and Conditioner one day in the shampoo aisle at Walmart. Say what now?! 

Rejoice, my thin-hair chickadees for there is a conditioner that leaves your hair silky and voluminous. While both the shampoo are BFFS and work together to give my hair strength against damage (and I greatly appreciate it!) and pump up the volume without greasify-ing it, it's the conditioner that's really the finishing act of them both, locking in moisture and nourishing my hair without weighing it down. Ahem, can we also talk about amazing it smells? Ugh. Like citrus-y heaven. 

It's such a relief to find a lightweight conditioner that works with my hair and gives me a little oomph at the same time. I highly recommend both the Pantene Pro-V Full & Strong Shampoo and Conditioner if you're looking for a lightweight, cleansing product that won't weigh your hair down and instead oomphs it up while nourishing it.

You can find Pantene Pro-V's Full & Strong line as well as other lines for different types of hair at your local Walmart or on!

What kind of hair do you have? What hair product/tool do you normally have a hard time with?