Hair Care- Cantu & Eco Styler
Updated: Jul 6
We've been on lock down for 6 or 7 weeks now?
I've lost count.
To be honest I wasn't organised or prepared when it came to getting the hair goods. I normally go to the hairdressers once a month for a wash, treatment and to get corn rows done (I want my wig to lay flat now but I don't know how to corn row myself don't judge me!)
Otherwise, I keep my hair in little twists then I'll take them out for a wash when I need to.
PAKS is a well known hair and beauty store, definitely a go to for me and many others I'm sure. Whether it be hair dye, extensions , skin staples or a simple soft brush. They like many other shops have been shut and I refused to pay £8 for ONE Cantu shampoo from Tescos when I knew I could get it cheaper elsewhere. I don't even think it was me being stingy, I just wasnt't prepared to take the L haha. So I remembered there's a shop called Chris & Sons in Palmers Green that I last went to years ago. They're a wholesalers for hair and beauty products. I went to their website and what did I see? The Cantu items I normally get for £4/5 each.
That's what I like!
The shampoo was also a bit cheaper than PAKS. The only con I would give is that they don't sell the whole range, whereas in PAKS they do, so still highly recommend them!
I also purchased some eco styler gel, a go to for natural hair. It has a strong hold and doesn't leave your hair hard or flaky.
Shop these products:
Cantu conditioner- £4.00 from Chris & Sons
Eco styler gel- £3.32 from Chris & Sons