This post is sponsored by Hair Biology, but all opinions are my own.
Hey Mamma’s! How have you found the first half of 2022 so far? Busy? Jam-packed? So am I!
With meetings, appointments, renovations, and travel plans, it’s easy to get all caught-up and
forget to take time for ourselves. Having said that, I’d like to give me a pat on the back for being
dedicated to making the weekend a time to thoroughly recover from a busy week.
I’ve had quite a few trips to the salon this year, because you all know how I am a proud Blexican
(Blonde Mexican) at heart. Naturally brunette, I would always need to touch up my hair color
every so often, hence making my hair dry and brittle. Having my hair colored is one thing;
creating an aftercare routine is another. It’s a full-time job, I know! My hair is usually the first
thing people focus their attention on the moment I step into a room. It certainly has a
personality of its own.
As a mamma in her 50’s who suffers from brittle and damaged hair, I am very picky with what I
put on my crowning glory. Every hairstyle and head of hair is unique and distinctively different,
which is why it is important that we know how to take care of it properly. I’ve tried heaps of
products, but only a few have truly stood out.
A product I have really enjoyed incorporating into my routine is Hair Biology’s Vivid and
Protected Collection. Hair Biology is specifically formulated for women like me who have dull
and dry hair. The Color Sealing Mask helps to protect against color fading and leaves my hair
soft, bright, and well-nourished. It also is formulated with biotin. Biotin aggressively promotes
follicle growth on your roots, which in return helps prevent hair loss. Another significant benefit
of having biotin is because of its capability of stimulating keratin production. I enjoy having my
keratin not only in foods such as salmon, blueberries, protein-rich meat, eggs, etc., but also in
my haircare, and I’m glad Hair Biology is doing that for me.
The Vivid and Protected Collection is also free from sulfate which is perfect for mature hair. Sulfates can affect hair and the scalp, according to numerous research. Sulfate-containing products may make your hair drier and frizzier. Sulfates deplete your hair’s moisture and sheen, leaving it looking lifeless. I always look out for these ingredients before applying anything on my mane, because products containing Sulfates will actually do more harm than good. It’s refreshing to know that Hair Biology’s sulfate-free collection is safe and won’t harm my colored hair.
Sulfate-containing products may make your hair drier and frizzier. Sulfates deplete
your hair’s moisture and sheen, leaving it looking lifeless. I always look out for these ingredients
before applying anything on my mane, because products containing Sulfates will actually do
more harm than good. It’s refreshing to know that Hair Biology’s sulfate-free collection is safe
and won’t harm my colored hair.
Lastly, what really makes this line so good is its color-protecting capability. Are you washing
your colored hair with regular shampoos? You might want to do a bit more research and check
what actually works! There is no denying that hair coloring is an expensive treatment. I’ve
invested so much into my hair, and it’s a given that I also strive hard to maintain that
investment. Hair Biology’s Vivid and Protected Collection doesn’t damage the pigments of
color, and keeps my Blexican hair color retained for a considerable time. Don’t let the dye
damage your hair when you can protect it using healthy shampoos and conditioners like
Overall, remember to strive hard to enjoy healthy, shining hair. There are tons of amazing
products out on the market and it can be strenuous to try what works and what doesn’t. I love
that Hair Biology has been consistent and innovative throughout the years. Proud to say that I
am satisfied with their Vivid and Protected collection and happy to share it with you too.
Experience midlife hair like never before and get yours at Target today! Happy shopping