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The Silver Stylist & Hair Biology

This post was sponsored by Hair Biology. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

I attended cosmetology school right after I graduated from high school.

I’ve been a stylist since I was 19 years old. The way my hair looked was definitely an indicator to my clients as to how I would be able to relate and manage their hair as well. And this has continued to be my focus through my 20’s, 30’s, 40’s and now in my last year of my 50’s.

My hair is important to me! I go by “thesilverstylist”, and it has become my calling card and very much part of my identity. And the way I care for my hair is crucial in helping to maintain a healthy head of silver hair.

One brand that I have been using on my silver locks is Hair Biology “Silver and Glowing Collection”. I decided to let my hair grow long this year. We know with the aging process comes challenges and change. The texture can be different, as well as having a harder time getting volume and fullness. I can also say that silver/gray hair sometimes lacks the luster we had when we were younger. I think knowing what can or could happen to my hair gives me the opportunity to take better care of it – and to be prepared to meet these obstacles head on when and if they may occur.

Hair Biology “Silver and Glowing Collection” is helping me in all the above areas.

The shampoo and conditioner are both gentle on my scalp and hair. The purple shampoo helps knock out any brassy or yellow tones gray/silver hair can sometimes have or get. I use the conditioner at the ends of my hair and work my way about halfway up toward my head. This makes combing out my hair easy with far less tangles.

Since winter is here, there is less humidity, and my hair can get dry at the ends. I like to use a hair mask once a week after shampooing. The Deep Hydrating Mask is quick and easy. It only takes a quarter size dollop, massaged through your hair. Leave the mask on 2-3 minutes and rinse. I like rinsing with cool water to help close the hair shaft cuticle.

If you are looking to have more fullness and volume for your hair, Hair Biology has a “Thickening Treatment” that you can spray lightly over your hair before blow drying.

All these products are free of parabens, infused with biotin and help promote healthy-looking hair.

I’m so thankful there are products like Hair Biology “Silver and Glowing Collection,” Deep Hydrating Mask and Thickening Treatment to help me keep and take care of silver hair. You can shop them right here from Target!

As we are saying goodbye to 2020, I know without a doubt that the time I have had for “Self-Care” has been a positive thing that I’m taking away from this year.

XO

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2 Comments

  1. Judith Eppy wrote:

    Had just started growing my hair out from a short pixie cut when we had to lock down. My hair is now collar length. Have been using the Hair Biology since you first recommended it. Also use the Argan oil taming serum for my frizz. Love how my hair feels. It is soft and still a little wild but that is ok. Thanks for your suggestions on this. Love your blogs!!

    Posted 6.21.21 Reply
    • Lisa wrote:

      Hi Judith!

      Thank you for the kind words. I’m so glad you are following along. I’m so happy to hear you are enjoying using the Hair Biology products. I use Argan oil on my ends before I let it dry or use the blow dryer. I like the way it smells and it helps with the flyaways. So what are your thoughts on short hair versus long hair? Which do you think is easier to manage? Blessings and love to you and yours!

      Posted 7.1.21 Reply