By A Regina.
Work has brought me to a small, rural town in Australia. In the Bush, the vast open spaces are desolate, and the summers are long, hot and dry.
I spend months on end away from bustling Sydney, and while I love having space to think and create, it means going months at a time without a visit to the hairdresser.
The blazing Australian sun combined with lack of salon visits left my long, coloured hair completely frazzled and arid as the land surrounding me.
While searching the internet for solution—one that did not involve chopping all my hair off—I stumbled upon Three Little Words (TLW). I am not ok with harsh chemicals in my beauty products, so I was curious to give both the Let’s Get Tacos Treatment Oil and the Let’s Get Naked Frizz Fighter a try. My hair has been thanking me ever since.
I work the Let’s get Tacos Treatment Oil through my ends (and sometimes even take it right up to my roots) every night before I go to sleep and let it work its magic. It has revived my damaged ends and restored its lost luster. The healing blend of Australian ingredients—Kakadu Plum Oil, Macadamia Oil and Grapeseed Oil—hydrate my hair but don’t weigh it down or make it feel greasy. I also make sure I work the Treatment Oil into my wet hair after I wash it for extra shine once its dried.
The Let’s Get Naked Frizz Fighter is the second step in my hair moisture-building routine. I mix it together with the TLW Treatment Oil and smooth it through my wet hair after I wash it, transforming my damp, knotted ends into smooth, soft waves. The blend of Keratin and Silk Protein makes my hair immediately manageable. It has a dash of Glycolic acid in it which helps the Silk and Keratin proteins penetrate the hair shaft, strengthening hair from the inside out. Let's Get Naked Frizz Fighter leaves my hair bouncy and shiny after I dry it off and the UVA Sunscreen Filters prevent further damage from the harsh Australian sun.
The solution to my frazzled Bush hair has brought me a flurry of compliments—and it’s made me feel better too. I walk with a little more swing in my step—or maybe that’s just my hair.