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November 2, 2016

Like a Facial For Your Hair

Like a Facial, for Your Hair | Beauty Bets
Brought to you in partnership with Aussie Hair Care | Photos by Eliesa Johnson

Whenever I need a good laugh-cry-snort, which is pretty regularly, I watch an episode of Sh*t Girls Say About Hair from Aussie. Trust me on this. It’s one of the funniest, most spot-on commercials of all-time. And it did its job because I couldn’t resist revisiting this haircare line of my youth which still conjures up images of the outback where the air is fresher and the hair is just better.

Like a Facial, for Your Hair | Beauty Bets

I tend to reach for volumizing products for my fine hair but eventually—like now, when everything is suddenly drier—it needs replenishing. I’ve been rotating in Aussie Total Miracle 7N1 Shampoo and Conditioner and been beyond impressed—especially considering one bottle costs less than a cup of coffee. The pair have transformed my long, lifeless locks into the bouncy, healthy version you see before you:Like a Facial, for Your Hair | Beauty Bets

Aussie Total Miracle 7N1 Shampoo protects hair from damage, and frizz while strengthening it against damage (aka my heat tools habit). It’s moisturizing without being greasy or weighing down my hair. This is paramount. Aussie Total Miracle 7N1 Conditioner also boasts 7 benefits in 1 product (how they do this is beyond me, mate), including strength against damage, silky softness, split end protection, nourishing moisture, humidity control, brilliant shine and lasting smoothness. Which is to say that my at-home blowouts last all day with this stuff. After shampooing, I apply about a dime size of conditioner, concentrating it mid-strand where my hair tends to look the most damaged, rinse and comb through, then dry with a round brush. It’s the hair equivalent to giving myself a facial so even if I use this combo once or twice a week, the benefits last for days. And that, my friends, is aussome hair made easy.

This content was created in partnership with Aussie Hair Care. As always, opinions are my own. Thank you for supporting our sponsors!

  • Elizabeth Dehn
    Born and raised in Minnesota by surprisingly low-maintenance parents, beauty writer and lifestyle editor Elizabeth Dehn (aka Bets) spent her awkward years buying Mood lipstick and whipping up DIY face masks before founding Beauty Bets in 2009.
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