Hair 180 or Hair 360?

A few months ago I received a box of products as a gift from a company named Hair 180. Nikki Rushing created Hair 180 because she was a frustrated consumer from brands discontinuing her favorite products or going out of business. Through self-education on product ingredients, she learned which components she liked and what worked for her hair. With the encouragement of her husband, she started researching more and more, became a hair activist and created her brand of products.

Hair 180 uses high quality ingredients infused with pure certified organics. The products are free from parabens, sulfates, silicones, drying alcohols and petroleum as well as mineral oils. In other words, all of the stuff that is bad for your hair.

I have been using the Whipped Shea Butter, Revitalizing Shampoo, Hydrating Deep Conditioner, Leave-in Conditioner/Detangler and the Nourishing Hair Serum for a few months. Two out of the five products stood out to me, the Whipped Shea Butter and Leave-in Conditioner/Detangler. Today I am going to rate the Whipped Shea Butter.

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Here’s the Glam: This product gives a lightweight shine and moisture without weighing the hair down. I use it before blow-drying and flatironing my hair and it offers the moisture I need and protects it from heat damage. It helps with my dry scalp and hair during the Chicago harsh winter months. The smell is great and not overpowering. Best of all, it is filled with great ingredients. It has Unrefined Shea Butter, Organic Coconut Oil, Vitamin E, Olive and Grape Seed Oil with Organic Jojoba Oil. Oh, and I forgot to mention, a little goes a very long way. Just a dime size will do just fine.

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IMG_2379IMG_2380Here’s the Slam: Insert happy face here 🙂 because I don’t have anything bad to say about this product!

My final grade for the Hair 180 Whipped Shea Butter (in case you have not guessed it) is 5 out of 5 smooches!!! MUAH. I love everything about this product and I think you will too. If you are interested in purchasing the Whipped Shea Butter, you can buy the trial size (2oz) for $6.00 or the regular size (4oz) for $15.00. Go to hair180.net. Happy Moisturizing!

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