Life after hair extensions with Garnier Damage Eraser

A few months ago I shared my experience with hair extensions.  I loved them and I was loathe to live without them, but for the health of my hair, I had to bite the bullet.  While the extensions I had were some of the gentlest out there, even they managed to take a mild toll on my fragile hair.  And that’s where Garnier Damage Eraser comes in.

When I took out my extensions, I was so depressed.  My once long, thick flowing hair was short and thin, and while there was minimal breakage due to the extensions themselves, the weight of them in my already fine hair left it in a pretty delicate state.  As a fine haired gal, I’ve generally shied away from restorative products, because in my experience they result in weighed down, greasy, limp hair. And that’s not the look I’m going for.  Damage Eraser was a wonderful surprise in that regard.  The shampoo and conditioner are definitely thicker and richer than what I’m used to using, but they still left myy hair fairly light and volumized, while still feeling healthier and rejuvenated, especially considering how hard I’d been on it.  The result is smoother, stronger and healthier feeling hair that’s’ not weighed down, and that’s exactly what I needed.

Another very pleasant surprise was the Damage Eraser Strength Reconstructing Butter, the line’s deep conditioner like product.  I almost never use deep conditioner due to aforementioned reasons of greasy flatness.  Damage Eraser’s deep conditioner doesn’t do that.  The feel and texture of the product is still very rich, but when used sparingly. I found my hair feeling softer and comforted, for lack of a better word.  It’s like a soft hug for my tired hair, and I love it.

There is life after hair extensions, thanks to Garnier Damage Eraser. Try it for yourself!

Nadia Elkharadly

Nadia Elkharadly

Nadia Elkharadly is the Co-Founder and Managing Editor of Addicted Magazine. Her myriad of addictions include music, fashion, travel, technology, boxing and trying to make the world a better place. Nadia is also a feminist, an animal lover, and a neverending dreamer. Keep up with her on social media through @thenadiae.
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