A Pop of Colour | The mane affair: Hair products you need for spring!

I love everything that Design.ME does, so when I saw they came out with two new products earlier this year, I had to get my hands on them (even if one of them is for curly hair and I don’t actually have curly hair…).

First up, their most exciting release is the Gloss.ME (C$24) which is their cannabis sativa oil hair serum. Don’t worry, you won’t actually get high from using this as there is no CBD or THC in the serum. It’s actually hemp seed oil which is extracted/manufactured by cold-pressing hemp seeds found on the hemp plant. The formula also has rice bran oil to help all you damaged hair girls, as this will help your hair gain back some shine and luster, as well as hydrolyzed soy protein to strengthen, boost shine, and moisturize. Last but not least, it also contains fan-favourite argan oil and moringa seed oil to help moisturize the hair and repair split ends.

If you’re a curly haired girl then you’ll love their new Bounce.ME (C$22), which came out in February.  I don’t have curly hair, but have been using this balm since it’s perfect for adding moisture, volume, shine, and definition (I always curl my hair anyways, but it’s natural straight).

This lightweight curl balm gives you medium-hold and conditioning for curly hair and also protects the hair from environmental stressors, controls frizz and flyaways, and offers up heat protection as well.  The formula also contains argan oil, which adds shine and infuses hair, as well as omega fatty acids, vitamins, and hair-living oil.  It’s also of a catatonic nature, meaning it has a positive charge to tame negative charges, such as frizz. I know it’s a lot of science, but this curl balm really does a great job (and this is coming from a girl with straight hair).