If you’ve been keeping up with me, you probably have noticed a new hairstyle in my Instagram posts. I needed a fresh look to take me into the holiday season, so I decided to make a drastic change with my hair. After 5 years of growing out my natural hair, I opted to just chop it all off again. At the end of the day, it’ll grow back.
This haircut was also an opportunity to make some changes to my haircare routine. With my natural hair, I’m always on the hunt for a new hair care regime that will fit my daily needs. I don’t like to spend a lot of time working on my hair in the morning and I’m a firm believer in the less manipulation the better.
I like to keep things simple, which is why the Goody Clean Radiance Brush was definitely one of the best purchases that I’ve been lucky to come across. This brush has copper bristles that promotes a healthier shine. Over the last few weeks, I’ve been using this brush and its lived up to its benefits.
The copper bristles have drastically reduce the build up that my hair produces over time which has left my hair healthier and even more radiant. With my curls and kinks, I need a brush that is sturdy and willing to hold up with the constant usage. The flexible cushion pad added so much comfort when brushing my hair with minimal hair breakage.
With my new hair cut, I’ve been very fortunate to have an opportunity to try new products with the new do. This brush has been a lifesaver in my daily routine of caring for my hair. Adding a little moisture and detangling my hair with the strong copper bristles, I’ve seen a noticeable change in the health of my hair. I’ve learned that my beauty is not defined with how long my hair is, but with how well I am caring for it. This brush has made is much easier and I’m so happy with it and can definitely see/feel a difference in my hair.
This brand spankin’ new brush can easily be found at your local Walmart in the haircare aisle. I highly recommend it for the healthy radiant shine!
Disclaimer: This post was sponsored by Acorn Influence and I will be compensated, but all opinions are my own.