DAVINES HAIR CARE | UNCOMMON LOFT

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I love sharing my favorite beauty products with y’all so this blog post comes as no surprise since discovering a new line that I love. I have been getting my hair done for many years by Amber at Uncommon Loft here in Pittsburgh and she introduced me to her new haircare line at her salon called, Davines. After trying out multiple samples and a full size shampoo. I am hooked!

A little background on Davines in case you have not heard of the brand before is that they were founded and are currently manufactured in Parma, Italy. All of their products have carbon neutral packaging and are all made cruelty free!

I am currently loving the heart of glass line which is solely for blondes. Instead of your typical purple shampoo, their shampoo has an indigo blue hue. On their website, they state that, “This vibrant hue comes from the natural extract of Jagua fruit which is sustainably grown in Colombia to help maintain biodiversity. The blue from the Jagua extract guarantees a delicate chromatic balancing of the shades and is perfect for all types of blonde hair — this will help cool tone blondes steer away from warm hues, and prevent the warm-toned blondes from becoming even warmer. If you’re noticing dullness after things like sun, chlorine or saltwater exposure, this will help to revive the natural shine, glossiness and vitality of your hair.” I have tried so many shampoos that leave my hair feeling dry and brittle and every time I use this line, it feels so much healthier!

I love that Davines products don’t just work well and smell amazing but they are also very reasonably priced. Not too mention they are a sustainable brand which is a win in itself! If you are looking to change up your hair care routine or just want to try something new, I could not recommend Davines more!

Feel free to reach out to me via Instagram for questions or check out their website here for me info.

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