Hey babes! I’m back with another Empties post, this time focused on haircare products I’ve used up! For those of you who are unfamiliar with the term “empties,” you probably haven’t read my previous Empties Posts! Click here to catch up on my reviews of all the products I’ve used up (and are thus now empty!) After using a product up entirely, it’s a good time for me to give my full review and tell you whether or not I would repurchase it. Click any product below to be linked to purchase! Also click here for my $ saving tricks!
Briogeo Don’t Despair, Repair! Deep Conditioning Mask • $36 (for full size) – I got this sample in a subscription box I believe, and it is a great hair mask. Seems a tad bit pricey, but if you have deeply damaged hair from hot tool styling or coloring, it is worth a shot!
Pantene AirSpray Hairspray • $4.99 (for full size) – I discovered this hairspray last year and have never loved a hairspray so much! Honestly, most of them smell chemically to me and I try to somehow get all the hold of a hairspray without any stiff feeling or smell at all (basically impossible!) This has come to my rescue! It’s not just that it doesn’t smell bad, but it actually SMELLS GOOD! Who would’ve ever thought a hairspray would smell good!? Definitely buy this one! It also holds my curls nicely, so it is both pleasant and effective!
L’Oreal EverCreme Renourishing Butter • $9.99 – I was gifted this by Influenster last year and finally used it up. It’s basically a thick hair butter that I use in place of a conditioner once a week or so. It claims to “indulge hair with softness and nutrition to deeply replenish dry and dull hair,” and I would agree it does this.
Not Your Mother’s Way to Grow Leave-In Conditioner • $7.99 – I was gifted this by the Not Your Mother’s Brand and it has been the leave-in I use every time I wash my hair. After getting out of the shower and toweling off my hair, I spray this all over and comb it through to give that extra moisture boost! Great option if you need a new leave-in, although honestly I like most brands I’ve used and can’t really tell a difference between them.