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Give Your Hair Some Love With "FARASHE"


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My little natural hair savor.

    So as most of you know, I am a licensed Cosmetologist. Going into hair school I told myself I wouldn't give in to the temptation to color and cut my hair. Sure enough I colored, and bleached it like crazy. I cut it a little too. After Cosmetology school my hair just never returned to its healthy self. I kept going back and forth with a few colors and lightening ect. Also becoming a new hijabi has made it a bit more difficult to get a good hair cut. My old hair stylist is a male, my good friend who is a stylist is a male, most salons don't offer private rooms, and even if they did being a new mommy doesn't make it so easy to get a hair cut...

                                                                               So lets just say when I was contacted by the owner and creator of Farashe I was thankful to try something new to help condition my hair. As a Hair Stylist I have tried so many products. Some products were good, some sucked, and some were just expensive haha. So, I like to think my opinions on a hair care product might mean something...

Receiving the little jar of goodness, and knowing how much hair I have, I wasn't sure how long it would last me. Surprisingly I have had it for months, and still have at least a months worth left. (Keep in mind I wash my hair two times a week)
.... All I have to say is I will be repurchasing.

On the directions it recommends to use it in three ways...

1.As a Hair Mask: A hair mask is a hair treatment to be used once a week to restore natural shine and nourish the hair from the roots to the ends. Apply Farashé on damp hair. Take a quarter size amount to start and spread between your palms. Amount varies according to hair length and texture. Allow crème to penetrate hair for at least 30 minutes. Proceed to wash it off with shampoo and conditioner.
2.As a Leave in Conditioner: After washing your hair with shampoo & conditioner, apply a dime size to start and concentrate at the ends, as a leave in conditioner. Remember not to apply too much so as to not weigh down your hair.
3.As a Styling Product: Apply needed amount on damp hair, away from roots and let hair air dry or use a diffuser for a nicer, more defined result.

(Taken strait from Farashe Facebook)

In my opinion the best way I have used this product is as a leave in conditioner after showering. I feel it leaves my ends feeling softer and allows me to comb through my hair much easier. I use about a hefty pointer finger scoop. Rounds out to be about the size of an American quarter.

I love that the creator of Farashe wanted to use natural ingredients. Nowadays all these products have many ingredients in them, half of them we cant even pronounce. This just cant be good for our hair.

Farashe is made from natural ingredients. It includes...
Natural oils: Moroccan Argan Oil, Olive Oil, and Brazilian Coconut Oil and honey.

Side Note: Did you know that Farashe is Arabic for "butterfly"?...Not only do you get beauty advice here, you learn stuff too.

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