The month of June has been a whirlwind for me. I have been in and out of planes, packing and unpacking, shoved into a car and transported from one event to the next. I am pooped. I cannot wait to get back to my pink glittery room. I have had a ball celebrating with family and friends, and being blessed with the opportunity to witness my little sister graduate from my Alma Mater was truly worth it all. However I am packed and “red to go!” Philly has been amazing, but I am missing LA LA land, and so is my hair. My gorgeous soft fro has become brittle, and defensive. I had not time to pack my hair products in containers that are permissible when flying, so my poor Zulu locks are paying for my poor time management.
I come from a family that is permed, pressed, and proud! They do not understand the fro, but have come to appreciate it. I have been natural for over 6 years and still have been unsuccessful in getting them to quit the creamy crack. Staying with my mother while in Philly has been a dilemma…hair wise. A majority of her products cater to processed hair. However when roaming through her plethora of hair care products I noticed a green container labeled Lusti Organics Olive Oil Hair Dress for Damaged Hair and I decided to give it a try.
Lusti Organics Olive Oil Hair Dress for Damaged Hair is amazing! While looking for a product to control my fly aways, I came across this container of magic. I put just about a teaspoon worth of this product onto the section of hair that I was trying to tame and I was completely surprised. My hair instantly became shiny, manageable, and uber soft. I was not expecting that outcome, especially due to Lusti’s very affordable price of $1.00. Lusti Organics Olive Oil Hair Dress for Damaged Hair, is a great product for all you natural divas out there and processed divas as well. This product retails for about $7.00 online but you can find it in your local Dollar Store for just that, a dollar. I recommend this hair care product for managing and protecting your hair as well as styling.
I will be boarding a plane soon to the West Coast, but before I depart I will have to take a final journey through my mother’s hair care product bin. She has proven to me in more way than one that Mother really knows best!