Hey guys! I have partnered with L'Oreal Paris to talk about the new L'Oreal EverPure cleansing conditioner and how I have incorporated it into my hair care routine. I am so excited to share this new product with you that I have been using for the past month and have absolutely loved the results. As you can tell, I color my hair, and coloring my hair can leave it feeling dry and feeling in need of some extra TLC. Well, this EverPure cleansing balm has been the answer! Using it has helped my hair feel much healthier and given it that shine that I was looking for. Today, I thought I would share a few tips on what the cleansing balm actually is, what it does for your hair, and how to use it.
What is it, and what does it do for your hair? It's quite simple really. The EverPure Cleansing Balm is a cleansing conditioner with a gentle, low-lather formula that helps lift away dirt without stripping your hair, and restores moisture to your hair, without weighing it down. After using it my hair feels soft, refreshed, and nourished.
How do you use it? Well, this can vary depending upon your hair type, lifestyle, and schedule each day. However, it's recommended to use in between your traditional shampoo/conditioner washes that you would regularly do. The Cleansing Balm is meant to be used to refresh your hair, when it does not require deep cleansing. After the gym when my hair needs a refreshing "pick-me-up" and quick clean is an example of when I use it. The how is very simple and easy to do. You just add 6-8 pumps (or more if your hair requires it, I use 10-12) to wet hair, let it sit for 3 minutes, and then rinse. I love how easy it is to use and as mentioned before, I have loved the results in my hair so far, and this EverPure cleansing balm is not going to break your bank. The price point (it sells for $11.99 at your local drugstore) is cheaper than other brands, and can be found at places like Target for even less ($9.99). I hope this helps you better understand how I have used and will continue to use the cleansing balm as part of my hair care routine. I have included a video/tutorial as well, so make sure you check it out! Hope you enjoy!