Today I'll be showing you my current hair care routine. First of all, don't panic, I don't use all of these products every day! I switch between using them so I don't weigh down my hair too much. Now let's get started, shall we?

I'll start by explaining my hair type. It's longish, light brown with blonde ombre, which has really damaged my ends, unfortunately. Well, I really love the look of it so I'm not saying goodybe to ombre anytime soon, but I do have to take extra care of my damaged ends. Otherwise, my hair is normal to dry, with the tendency to get oily around my fringe, but that's the only part of it that gets oily soon. My ends are super dry and quite damaged, so I like to take care of them now that I've already ruined them.

In the shower, I start by applying my shampoo and conditioner, currently I'm using Balea's fig shampoo, because frankly, it's the least inexpensive ... And I find it does a satisfactory job of cleaning my hair and removing buildup, but that's about all it does. Every two to three days I also like using a hair mask. It's usually Macadamia's Deep Repair Masque, but if my hair is looking really worse for wear, I'll reach for Gliss Kur's Ultimate Nourishment Mask (or something like that). This is a mask targeted specifically to very dry and damaged hair and I've found it works miracles on the way my hair looks and feels, but only if I use it religiously ... I don't think it really repairs my hair, but it does help with the way it looks considerably. A product I use everyday is this Balea Nourishing Hair Milk with Mango. I think it makes my ends look a lot better, plus it's smells absolutely divine, which I also really like. Sometimes I follow up with one of my hair oils, the one pictured here is L'Oreal's Extraordinary Oil, which has a lovely scent. I really like using it when I curl my hair, because it adds shine and definition. If I do curl my hair or treat it with heat, I also like using a heat protectant, like this one from Lee Stafford*, which I find does the job for me.

Well, that's it! I do find that these product do a nice job of helping my hair regain its moisture, but I'm still looking for some that would help the dryness. If you have any suggestions, I would love to hear them. But if I was to recommend a product from what I use, it would probably be Balea's Nourshing Milk, because of the lovely smell and the way it helps frizz in my hair to, well, not appear. :D

*Product was sent to me for review.