How I manage my hair

Today I’m here to tell you about my hair journey. Not to toot my own horn, but I get a lot of hair compliments 😉 I find that as women we ALWAYS wish we had different hairstyles. If our hair is naturally straight, we want waves and curls. If we have waves and curls, we’re always trying to straighten and tame our hair. We all want “effortless”! It’s taken me a while to “figure out” my hair but I’m excited to share my personal results with you! Turns out quality products actually can make all the difference. 

My Hair Type

I was born with curly, excessive amounts of hair and it took me a really long time to tame it without damaging it. I used to pull it out in anger when my brush became tangled in the dread locks (as I like to call them), underneath. As you know by my photos, I like to use a combo of straight and curly styles for my hair. Methods like the Curly Girl Method don’t work for me because I like to use heat on my hair intermittently. For those of you who don’t know, the Curly Girl Method was designed by Lorraine Massey and is a hair care method that discourages using shampoo, heat and other elements to treat your hair and instead, focuses on getting your curls back to their natural state using conditioner. In theory that sounds great but I feel the most confident when I have a straightener and/or curling wand at the ready. 

Patience is Key

That being said, I do have some favorite products and tools to use when styling my hair, regardless of what I decide to do with it on any given day. Yeah even the old messy-bun-on-top-of-my-head has a BIT of technique. Finding the perfect product for your hair takes time. Also, as you get older and your hormones change you’ll sometimes find that not all products work the same as they used to (crazy right?!). It’s okay to experiment and switch it up but that can get expensive. Talk to your hairstylist and see what they recommend for your hair as well! 


Favorite Products


I started using this line for shampoo and conditioner about a year ago and I love how a little bit goes a long way. There are a ton of options to choose from depending on your hair type, but these were recommended to me by my stylist.

**I recently ordered the Oribe Gold Lust repair and renew shampoo and conditioner (to keep it consistent) and I will update you soon on my thoughts**


Oribe is a great brand because they have so many different products for so many different types of hair. From curls to dandruff (for my friends in cooler climates, I feel you) to damage repair and so on. They have great products to help me keep my curls in check like the Curl Control Silkening Creme which I just apply to damp hair after a shower. 

Favorite Tools

I’ve made it my mission to find high quality hair tools that don’t break the bank. The blow dryer is an exception. But what I (or should I say my husband) invested in this blow dryer I saved with my other hot tools. Let me explain why I love each of them.

Dyson Hair Dryer

I am obsessed with my Dyson Supersonic Hair Dryer and am so happy that I got one. It has different attachments (which magnet on btw) so that I can choose how I want to style my hair and I especially love it because it’s made for all types of hair. Plus, it doesn’t use extreme heat which is so nice. I love that I can give my hair a break while still achieving the look that I want. Did you know that it’s always recommend to use a diffuser (extra piece) on the end of your blow dryer? If the hot metal is exposed it can singe your hair if you get it too close! 

Jose Eber Curling Wand

I love the Clipless Curler – or Curling Wand – purely out of preference, but I find that the wand leaves a nice, loose, beach wave look. Their curling wands range in thickness so it’s up to you to decide what type of curl you want to achieve. For my hair type, the thicker the barrel, the better. I definitely go bigger than 1 inch. 

FHI Straightener

I’m a huge fan of the FHI ceramic straightener because they are high quality at a semi-reasonable price point and you can choose how wide you want the plates to be for your hair. A tip with any hot tool is to remember that you don’t need to set it to the highest heat before you style your hair. Taking more time to style your hair and use that lower heat setting will be better for your hair in the long run. 


My Hair (non) Routine

It should be no surprise that my hair routine is literally constantly changing because of my schedule, as in I shower at different times on different days and don’t style my hair the same all the time. Nothing really stays consistent but I like to think of my hair routine as a method of self-care. My go-to method is simple – I sleep on my wet hair and wake up to nice curls (thanks to the Oribe Curl Control Silkening Creme). I never let my hair air dry during the day because it becomes frizz mania so if I do shower in the morning I will blow dry it or keep it in a braid or bun. 

When I get out of the shower I use this detangling primer and a wet brush. If I’m blowdrying my hair I use a round brush.

Because I prefer a low maintenance routine that requires minimal trips to the salon, I avoid highlighting my hair. I did implement some lighter pieces a few years back but I noticed a lot of damage and death to the ends of my hair, which scared me. I vowed never to do that again. I really believe there is substantial benefit to keeping it simple and embracing your natural hair color to avoid gradual damage over the years. I have some grey hairs popping up these days (actually since I was 27, I blame medicine) so I do dye my roots from time to time and tone the rest of my hair as needed.

I have found that the less I mess with my hair, the better! I don’t recommend constantly running your hands through your hair. The oils from your hair will transfer to your head and that’s how your hair can start to look oily. I also recommend not trying to make it perfect or expecting the same thing every day! Having a go-to “up” look can be helpful for the days that your hair just isn’t cooperating. Maybe a pony tail, a bun or a sporty french braid.

Keep it Dirty

I realize it’s weird and against our nature to not wash our hair but it’s actually so good for your natural hair. I go anywhere from 3-6 days without washing! By day six, I’m usually tossing it up in a bun, but still! If you have less hair, you’ll likely need to wash more, but investing in a good dry shampoo (Oribe again for the win) or texturizing spray will definitely help.

My best advice to you is to take it one day at a time with your hair. If you’ve always been the type of person to wash your hair every day, it’s going to take some time to “train” your hair and get it to adapt. A lot of women give up fast because they can’t handle how oily their hair looks! I feel you! I would honestly recommend giving it a month or two – wearing your hair up when necessary – and going from there. The end result – and FREEDOM – that comes with not needing to wash your hair every day is worth it! 

Do you guys have any products that you swear by? Leave them in the comments!


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186 thoughts on “How I manage my hair

    1. Thank you so much for sharing! As a new nurse practitioner I’m always trying to find ways to keep my hair professional, healthy, and easy to manage! Thanks again @kristincfleming

  1. I have way less hair so I guess that’s why I cant go more than 3 days without washing! 🤷🏼‍♀️🤦🏼‍♀️ Six sounds great.

    1. I love your hair! I have always wanted to try the dyson blow dryer!! I would also love a tutorial on your messy buns! IG: Elizabeth_burcham

  2. @corcoran24 I’m an RN currently working hard during this pandemic, I haven’t had a hair appointment since January so my locks could definitely use some love!❤️

  3. Love the products! Bought the shine orbie after reading this! It helped a lot thanks :)) 😍😍💕💕❤️❤️

    I.g Sahariii868

  4. Hair products=🌏✨🤩

    My Instagram: alexacoburn

    My moms instagram (healthcare worker) @ Alicia_rose0521

  5. Thanks for sharing! I don’t necessarily use the curly girl method, but I love deva curl products!

    Insta: @jmacd22

  6. Thanks for sharing! I wish I could go that many days without washing! I have stick straight hair and it looks like an oily glob after 2 days 🙁

  7. This was so helpful! I struggle with my hair all the time. It seems like as soon as I figure out a perfect routine my hair decides to change, and I have to figure out a completely new method!

  8. I found this post very helpful and related so much because i have poofy wavy thick hair and its so hard to make it look decent sometimes without spending hours on it! 😅
    (@rospej on insta :))

  9. Love your post! Definitely follow the “dirty hair” method more than I should, I hate blow drying my hair lol. Thanks for sharing! @skschimm29

  10. I have wavy/curly hair too and it’s a constant struggle to find the best products to use! Thanks for the tips 🙂

  11. Thank you for sharing! I love reading about different products to possibly try in the future!

    IG: kknickerbockerr

  12. love you do your hair different all the time – mine is boring and very similar all the time !


  13. Love that Dyson dryer! Even though I wear a wet bun every day these days haha #momlife

    IG handle: @amberoughter

  14. This is great! Thanks for the post and recommendations. I have straight hair and want wavy hair! @drdonnatran

  15. Thanks for sharing! I used to wash my hair everyday, but I stopped and the results are amazing! I made it through those greasy days by wearing lots of hats
    IG: maddyy.smithh

  16. Love the low maintenance vibes! Totally necessary with a busy schedule. My hair is the same texture so I’m def going to try some of these out. Thank you!! 🙌🏻😊

  17. Love the low maintenance vibes! Totally necessary with a busy schedule. My hair is the same texture so I’m def going to try some of these out. Thank you!! 🙌🏻😊

  18. Really could use some hair help! Have been washing more frequently since encountering COVID patients in the ED and sadly seeing the damage :/


  19. Thanks for this post! It’s actually my second time reading this! So helpful to get to new idea and advice !

  20. Definitely need to start investing in higher quality hair products! When it comes to dry shampoo though I swear by the brand IGK! ❤️ IG: katie_palermo

  21. I absolutely swear by this oil from keratase! I also recently have tried olaplex products which I love. I would love to try that hair dryer! I have heard really good things about it 🤍

  22. Hey! Curly haired person here too 🙋🏻‍♀️. It’s been super hard having curly hair. You have good and bad days. I’ve learned to appreciate my curls. Thank you for your post! My instagram handle is @_elisecory.

  23. This is such an awesome post ! Thank you for sharing these products with me !

    Instagram : _andrea__sloan

  24. I absolutely love your content! One of my goals is to have online inter-professional collaboration with various medical professionals. Still trying to figure out out to make that happen in a way that works best. Thank you for all that you do and share!!!

  25. My next big purchase will be the Dyson hair dryer! I will definitely be treating myself! Currently wearing scrubs to work, but can’t wait to get back to cute hair and outfits!

  26. Some people just don’t understand how awesome it is to sleep with wet hair after your put in some product. I absolutely love it. Lol. Natura waves in the making over night. I can totally relate to having A LOT of hair, it’s hard to explain to those who can’t relate 🤷🏻‍♀️

    -rosy_cheex 😍

  27. Thanks for sharing! My all time favorite hair tool is my Drybar reverse barrel wand (Wrap Party Styling Wand) — it’s AMAZING. My favorite product right now is Bumble & Bumble Dryspun Volume Texture Spray — smells so good and adds texture to waves and freshness to day-old waves! Trying new hair products is one of my favorite hobbies — would love to win the giveaway! 😻

    Instagram: @jalbosta

  28. Thank you for sharing! We have very similar hair types and I’m going to start adopting your techniques slowly!

    I would love to win this giveaway, I’m a pediatric emergency room nurse at a children’s hospital.

  29. Wow, it’s hard to believe you have curly hair too! I also have curly hair, and still haven’t found my go-to products and still wash my hair everyday 🤦🏻‍♀️. Thanks for the the recommendations and inspiration that curly hair is manageable! I’m currently a Peds resident, so your routine seems achievable with my limited time! Thanks!


  30. This helps so much! I have curly hair, but always straighten/curl it with an iron because my natural hair has no volume at the roots which I hate!


  31. Love all the recommendations! Been trying to find a good dry shampoo & will definitely look into that curling wand 🙂 @chelseac.pangy

  32. So beautiful! It took my friend ages to figure out her curly girl technique, hope I can achieve an amazing look too for this straight hair girl haha.


  33. Thank you so much for this post. It inspired me to look at new products!!! I’ve been so tired with all things covid at the hospital that this has given me the extra boost i needed to do my hair 😘

    Instagram: @meganwheaton

  34. That dyson dryer 😍!! I will never underestimate the benefit of a great hair product again!

    IG: sdipalma10

  35. Love this post! I definitely don’t take care of my hair during the week, tying it up in a (too) tight top knot and not using the products I should!
    IG (both) marissajd and pittsburghphysio

    Love following you on insta! Thanks for fighting the fight 💗

  36. We’ve all had a love hate relationship with our hair, especially curly hair gals! Thanks for the post, the dyson hair dryer is on my wish list! 🥰🥰


    Nominating my curly hair bestie @nanrio25

  37. Amazing tips!! You’re totally right with grass is always greener when it comes to hair.. gotta learn to love/ work with what you got!

  38. Thank you for sharing! I always wanted to have curly hair growing up. I had super straight hair which over time turned wavy. It’s always interesting for me to see what blow dryers people are using. I used a blow dryer once in HS it took me 1.5-2 hours and some areas of my hair were still damp. Ever since then I have never invested in one, but I want to badly. Who wants wet hair when they go out or go to work? I can’t tell you how many times I have done that. So, thank you for the recommendation!

    IG: a_costigan

  39. I also sleep with wet hair to tame my frizzy waves. I started using the curl creme you mentioned here and have been loving the results. Thanks for sharing! @delizabeth90

  40. Thanks for sharing these brands! Excited to try when I’m not in the hospital wearing a scrub cap!

  41. Love this advice! I’ve been trying to give my hair a fresh start during quarantine by limiting heat exposure and being selective with my product use!

    IG: @alieakess

  42. Love your hair routine! As a fellow thick wavy frizzy haired gal I totally can relate with your routine! @margo_luna

  43. I’ve never tried oribe or kerastase, but I might have to give them a shot! My drybar prep rally I got in my fabfitfun box is amaaazing as a detangler and heat protectant, and I go back and forth between 3 different dry shampoos – dove, not your mothers, and batiste. I haven’t found a good one that doesn’t leave my hair feeling too gross or that I can use for more than a day.

  44. Love these!! Always looking for recs to make my thick crazy curly, sometimes wavy hair look professional in medicine!

    IG: @kcurls114

  45. Love this. I am an incoming EM intern (woop woop) and I have always had wild, curly hair (and it also doesn’t help that I balayage it…). It’s been a lifelong struggle to find the right products and tools and I still don’t think I have it down 😂. (Instagram: @shahrzaddow)

  46. Love this!! As a resident doctor during this pandemic I could definitely use some hair products! @cshank2

  47. I am the worst at letting my hair get dirty!! I’m a nurse and I feel like after every shift I have to scrub every inch of my body lol! But the best I do for my hair is let it air dry and leave it natural & sometimes use dry bar products. Looking for a better hair regimen (: IG: @laurenkaus_

  48. I also have gone through the ringer with my hair over the years. Frizzy fine very curly hair… now I straighten and blow dry it into submission because I just don’t like it curly anymore. Dry shampoo is a lifesaver!!!! My IG handle is @er_np_candice
    So excited about the Kenra giveaway! I’ve been using their products for yearsssss.

  49. Thanks for the tips and product reviews! I have long hair and have been trying to establish a hair routine for some time now! @pngarrett

  50. Thank you for sharing! Would definitely like to try some of these products 🙂
    Just started my new job as a Physician Assistant- thanks for offering this to healthcare providers!

  51. Love this! I am an ER doc in Chicago in need of a major haircut, would love to give my hair some TLC! Thank you for posting!

  52. I have very similar hair to you! Luckily I got it cut before the pandemic. First time mom to an infant so could use some love. @rsridaran11

  53. Wearing a scrub cap and a mask everyday—the hairs need extra love! Thanks for sharing such relatable content!! @laurenbelinc

  54. Thanks for sharing your steps!! I have similar type hair and always looking for ways to make them healthier & better.
    Have a beautiful day 💗

  55. I’ve been looking at Dyson hair products but the steep price has me holding off! Might add this to my bday wishlist. Love how detailed your post is!! IG handle: @the_PA_dream

  56. This is so helpful!! I need to finally bite the bullet and start training my hair so that I don’t have to wash as much. It’s going to take time, but I just can’t stand it feeling dirty!

  57. Thanks for this post. As a healthcare worker, it’s nice to read something that helps us feel and look good.

  58. It is so hard for me to train my hair working in healthcare!! I’ve been experimenting with dry shampoo but cannot find one I love!
    Instagrams: e_m_i_l_y.m_a_r_i_e & dr.emilygaudet

  59. Thank you so much for sharing all your hair secrets! Unfortunately I don’t have the luxury you have with such beautiful locks, however really love looking for the best products for my hair since it’s more on the thin end of the spectrum & I definitely feel like the Oribe dry shampoo along with the Jose Eber Curling Wand would be of benefit for me!💖
    just to add: I love following you on IG given that you are so informative (I aspire to become an ER Nurse) let alone work so close by to me! I’m currently a Neuroscience CNA at CHOC & Nursing Student at WCU 🤗
    — @jewelsthegemini 🦋

  60. My friends used to always make fun of me for not washing my hair every day, or even every other day! It really is freeing imo. Love the living proof, drybar, and klorane (Costco often gets online value packs of those)! Also I’m a big fan of olaplex hair oil too! @mceresnie

  61. @sari_not_sari
    Love all these tips! My hair is super dry and curly on a normal day. Now being an RN in this covid chapter it could definitely use some extra love and protection.

  62. I love your post. I need to revamp my hair. Working at the hospital means constant ponytails and buns. @jsuwan

  63. Thank you for sharing. My hair is also curly and hard to tame, but it’s also dry, dull, and frizzy. I’ve tried using many products to try and fix the issue, but none have done the trick so far. Will be looking into the products shown above.

    IG: @luissana82

  64. Loved your post! My hair is the complete opposite texture, pencil straight and pretty thin and you are so right about wishing about different styles haha. But I am loving the look of looser, bigger curls, so I have to look into that curling wand! Thanks for sharing! 🙂

  65. Lovely locks ❤️ I’m an Emergency Medicine PA currently working during these crazy times. I’m in definite need of some hair therapy! @kleighwags

  66. My hair is the complete opposite texture, pencil straight and pretty thin and you are so right about wishing about different styles haha. But I am loving the look of looser, bigger curls, so I have to look into that curling wand! Thanks for sharing! 🙂

  67. Thank you for taking the time to give us all your recommendations. Seeing how you manage to be a working during all of this and your Personal obligations and still take the time to offer your tips and tricks is very helpful so thank you much appreciated

  68. When I work in covid cove, I wash my hair every day, and a little piece of my soul dies each time.

    Instagram estherlace nominating shelbyrosescott

  69. I need all the tips to manage my naturally curly/frizzy hair! I hate having to apply heat every day to feel “presentable” for work!! #hairgoals


  70. After a terrible salon experience (pre quarantine) I had to cut my hair at home and now trying to get it healthy again. Would love to try Kenra products!

    CT Surgery PA-C ❤️

    Instagram! @_kaela_ann

  71. You are hair goals 🙌🏻, thank you for all this information and for all your posts!! I don’t know if you did an eyebrow tutorial already but if you haven’t could you please do one. PS I adore your Frenchie. We have two, they are the best ❤️


  72. Love hearing how your adapt your hair routine to your work schedule. I work nights intermittently and I find it hard to get a routine down. @_tcoul

  73. So jealous that you can go that long without washing your hair! I’ve been trying to train my hair but it still gets greasy after a day 😥

    Love your instagram & your blog!

  74. Thanks for sharing! I have really flat straight hair but after dying it blond a few times, it looks more damaged but with added volume from all the breakage. Whenever I blow dry my hair, it becomes even more damaged and singed. So I like using Super Skinny Serum by Paul Mitchell before blow drying my hair to speed up the drying and keep it from frizzing and tangling during the process. I swear it works to make my hair healthy and shinny, but most importantly a lot more tamed.

  75. Love this! Thank you for sharing! My red hair could use some love, especially with it being up in a scrub cap while working in our covid ICU. Stay strong beautiful women! 💕 @pelirrothe

  76. Love this post and gosh do us in the nursing field need a little hair tlc 😂 my Instagram: @maryannjanice
    Nominating: @hollygio

  77. Sometimes I feel like you read my mind, because you answer all of my questions. I literally was thinking all these posts recommending what to do to manage hit, but no one telling me what to avoid. Considered getting highlights but I won’t be anumore. I love my long hair but it has been hard to find a good routine to manage, will be looking into your recommendations. Thanks!! (Insta @jasleen-k)

  78. Very helpful tips! Residency/board studying has been extremely stressful and it even shows in my hair. Looking forward to using some of these tips. Thanks!!

  79. Thank you for sharing. My hair is similar, and I still haven’t figured out the best way to style it.

  80. My hair is fine and I don’t have much of it after having my baby so it’s been a struggle to find a routine that works for me. Not to mention my scalp is super oily and it’s been hard to find a dry shampoo that works well without making it gritty. Maybe I’ll try Oribe next!

  81. How were you able to grow your hair so long?! I feel like once mine gets to a certain point I just get the urge to “chop it off”. Luckily my stylist has limited me to a few inches the last couple of salon visits, but the urge is creeping up again, especially during quarantine!

    1. I forgot to leave my Instagram name! 🤦🏼‍♀️
      How were you able to grow your hair so long?! I feel like once mine gets to a certain point I just get the urge to “chop it off”. Luckily my stylist has limited me to a few inches the last couple of salon visits, but the urge is creeping up again, especially during quarantine!
      Thank you!!

    Once I stopped washing my hair every other day and stretch it out to 3-5 days, my hair has been so much healthier. Thank the hair gods for dry shampoo 🙏🏼🙏🏼

  83. This is my first time ever commenting on a blog!!! I’ve already read this blog twice and re-ordered my favorite kerastase product due to it! ❤️ @dr.kpatte4 On Instagram 🙂

  84. You always have such amazing recommendations!! Planning on sifting through this and trying out some of your recommendations. From my first read, I’m planning on getting the Curl Control Silkening Creme for my curly haired daughter. Thank you! (IG handle: @misslizrivera

  85. I have a Jose Eber flat iron myself! 💁🏻‍♀️ I’ve had it for 10 years and it still hasn’t failed me.
    Kassondra aka Kassie✨

  86. Thanks for the tips!!! I’m originally from Eastern Europe (Moldova) and have had thick/ dense hair for years. Am I the only one that nags my hairstylist to texturize it more (even against their wishes/recommendations)?? 😂 Being an ophthalmic tech during this time has definitely made me a little more paranoid with my spaced out hair washes too!! You can only take it so much after a ton of conjunctivitis cases lol

  87. Love this! Always been obsessed with how gorgeous and thick your hair is. Love reading your tricks/tips. Thank you for being a fabulous voice of reason through everything!

  88. Thanks for sharing! I’ve tried to minimize how often I wash my hair, but my dermatologist actually advised me to wash my hair every day🤷🏼‍♀️ I suppose we are all different. Your hair is absolutely gorgeous!
    Insta: @chariscourtney

  89. Live your hair!! I am a wavy/curly haired gal and just finished week 8 of no heat on my hair! I have been trying different methods to really bring out my waves/curls. The product giveaway would be amaaazing!!

  90. I keep on hearing about the dyson! I don’t really do much with my hair and couldn’t justify buying one. Now with COVID, it’s way too long and tangly.

  91. Great tips! Always looking for products to try! I like products that help keep my hair low maintenance while on call! @lauraliz486

  92. I’m currently loving the Bumble invisible oil and NatureLab Tokyo Perfect Smooth Blowout lotion. Even if I don’t blowdry my hair which I rarely have time to do as an emergency medicine intern, it keeps the ends smooth and just enough body and shine.
    Insta: @DrPocketPuma

  93. Thanks for sharing! Helps to see how a fellow ER healthcare worker manages thick, long hair. It’s a struggle some days but I’m learning and this helps a lot. Thank you!! @beccabee4

  94. I’ve heard good things about most of these products! Time to actually do some investing for my hair (and sanity).


  95. After 12-hour shifts in the ER, I feel like I need to scrub everything out of my hair, which I noticed has taken a toll, especially on my ends. I use “It’s a 10 Haircare Miracle Leave-In Product” on my damp hair to soften, detangle and shine – not to mention it smells amazing! Thank you for the tips!

  96. I’ve literally been washing my hair after every ER shift… it’s straight madness!!! Love the tips 🙂


  97. Also a fan of low maintenance hair! No one has time to spend hours styling:) Thanks for all the honest reviews and tips! @annacamacho

  98. We love so many of the same products!! I have to give the Dyson another try, the first time I used it, my hair was left frizzy!

  99. Thanks for all your hair tips! We have the same Dyson hair dryer… twinsies!
    Insta: @drnoogen

  100. @jhanaebrie (instagram)
    Love this post!
    Also hoping to win the giveaway!
    Need some self care in these times as an ER doc! 🥰

  101. Thanks for sharing! My hair gets long +unmanageable and then I chop it…then wish it was long again 😂

  102. As aN EM resident with long wavy (and quite frizzy hair, esp in this Texas heat) this is super helpful! Washing my hair after every shift bc of COVID is killing me (and my hair, literally). Would love to be able to give my hair the TLC it deserves!

  103. As an EM resident with long wavy hair (and downright frizzy, esp in this Texas heat) I really appreciate your post! Washing my hair after every shift bc of COVID is killing me (and killing my hair, literally). I would love to be able to give it the TLC it deserves with your giveaway! @norajane222

  104. Thanks for sharing! Would love to treat my hair as it’s just been mutilated with buns and caps most of the week. @pao_russo

  105. Ob/Gyn resident here who’s hair needs some serious TLC s/p pandemic! Love your insta feed 🤓 (@camilleedmunds)

  106. Love your post and your hair! I will definitely be putting that hair dryer on my list to try because I have had the same basic one for like 5 years and it is time for an upgrade.


  107. Detanglers and wet brushes make a huge difference with long hair! Cuts down on my brush time immensely. Also love the Oribe dry shampoo- it pops up in fabfitfun sales every now and then making it a lot more affordable!

  108. Love love the Oribe dry shampoo! I got some in my FFF box and have been hooked since! Thanks for sharing your routine!

    IG: kaleigh_ann3

  109. This was so helpful! Thank you for sharing! Always get hair envy when watching your stories!
    I work in a peds ED and keeping it healthy while professional is always a balance! Especially with all those kiddos 👶🏻

  110. I gotta start training my hair like this! COVID In the ER had me all sorts of paranoid with daily hair washings 🤦‍♀️

  111. My Instagram @rozhan.2125
    These are amazing products I’d love to win . As a can I never have time to do my hair that much anymore

  112. Wow I didn’t know using the hair dryer attachments is always recommended! I’m always most critical of my hair and will definitely be implementing these tips!


  113. Thank you for sharing this! I will def keep what you do in mind! I try to not wash my hair as much as possible, but I can never go more than three days because my hair gets extremely oily! I hate it 😭 the oil starts building up the day after I wash it! The funny thing is, I currently only use a taming serum in my hair for the exotic frizz I’ve been getting lately!
    Ig: kathyy7_

  114. Thanks for Sharing! I fell in love with Oribe products!
    My IG @marishkadpm
    And Greetings From New York!!

  115. Great advice!!! These tips are so quick and easy. I will be using them when starting residency in a few short weeks. Thanks so much! Hope I can buy that Dyson hairdryer with my first paycheck 😂 #wishlist @reens.11

  116. Finally trained my hair to go for days without washing… but with COVID I’m feeling like I should wash it everyday for sure. Especially on clinic days!

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