Keeping Your Mane Beautiful

Tuesday, June 26, 2012


I spend a lot of money on my hair extensions and I want to get my money's worth. I buy Virgin Indian Remey hair (hair that has never been processed), that cost $120 a pack. So, I like to reuse my hair at least two to three times.
Just like your real hair needs hydration, so does your extensions. I noticed that the shampoo my stylist was using (I think Pantene) didn't have my extensions with that shiny and silky look. Two days later, my extensions looked like they had no life with split ends.


My friend and I were getting our hair done. I noticed that she brought her own shampoo and condition with her. She purchased Malaysis Virgin Hair and they told her to only use Organix Macadamia Oil on her extensions. After washing and drying her extension, it looked just like she purchased new hair. I decided to give it a try and I loved it! My extension was shiny and silky. Easy to comb through without tangling. I ran to Walmart and purchased Organix Macadamia Oil shampoo and conditioner ($6.98 for each). It also came with Hydrating Oil, that I used after blowing drying and flat ironing my hair. Oh, I forgot to mention that its Eco friendly.
I'm not sure how Organix will work on your real hair. I only used it on my extensions. I went on YouTube and watched reviews, but they were mixed. If you have any suggestion, please leave them in the comment box below. I also purchased my hair from Kajmir Hair check out their website for more information.
Kajmir Hair

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2 comments

  1. I love this shampoo and conditioner! (I have natural, color-processed hair.) Have you tried the deep conditioner as well? I started using it and my hairdresser was convinced I was using something really expensive to treat my hair, because it went from fried and nasty to soft and silky. I love it. :)

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