Ever since I was little my mom has liked to joke that I have “expensive taste.” I don’t particularly disagree with her; I just like to say that I was born into the wrong family. In fact, I’m still convinced that I’m part of the Royal Family. I was the kid who always needed something new to wear for picture day, enjoyed food off the regular menu versus the kids menu, and spent my entire summer camp paycheck on a Dior Saddle Bag that was big enough for my cell phone and not much else. 9th grade me would die to know I tried to sell that thing 5 times. Sadly 2004’s it bag can’t even be given away in 2015. Fast forward to present day and I still struggle with what I like to call ‘too big for my britches syndrome.’ It’s not that I don’t try to use inexpensive products or wear inexpensive clothing. I attempt to shop the sale rack at Bloomingdales, search for makeup at CVS, and try to use coupons at the grocery store, but I always unintentionally gravitate towards the most expensive things. When it comes to buying clothing I have an eye and an obsession for quality. Without ever checking a price tag I always pick up the expensive things. I’ve taken to just going with it and I live by the CPW, “cost per wear,” acronym and the saying “quality over quantity.” Now, imagine my surprise when I fell in love with a drugstore brand. I know, shocking, but Organix is worthy of my love.
I’ve been using various Organix brand hair products for a few years, but I recently tried the Tsubaki Blossom Shampoo and Conditioner. Tsubaki Blossom is a Japanese flower, which is traditionally used in hair care products. I am completely obsessed with this floral duo! It smells amazing and leaves your hair feeling silky and smooth.
By far my favorite Organix product is their Coconut Milk Anti-Breakage Serum. It is a staple in my hair care routine and a must have when heat-styling your hair. I use a small amount and work it through my wet hair before blow drying and straightening. The serum not only smells great, and protects your hair from breakage, but it nourishes your hair as well.
My third Organix staple is the Moroccan Argan Oil Weightless Healing Dry Oil. This product can be used on wet or dry hair, but I mostly use it as a finishing product on my styled hair. After blow drying and straightening, I spray this dry oil on my hair to tame frizz and repair split ends. The dry oil smells delicious, as expected, and it works wonders on taming your hair when it’s hot and humid. The cherry on top with this wonder product is that it adds shimmer and shine. It is the perfect finishing touch to your haircare routine.
Have you tried Organix products? Which ones do you swear by?