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12 Days of Christmas, or #HOLIDAYbyK as we like to call it around here, has officially kicked off! Are y’all as excited as I am?! As a refresher, or quick walk-thru if you’re new around here…I’ll be launching a new giveaway each single day for the next TWELVE days!! Each day corresponds with the number of winners, so day 12 there are 12 winners, day 11/11 winners, and so on. That’s 72 winners total, so your odds of winning are better then ever! First up…

Hair care is tough, especially for blondes. I’ve recently been getting a lot of questions about my ‘go to’ products. Whether it be for hair, makeup or skincare. So I want to try and do a better job of providing y’all with valuable, unsponsored reviews or products I LOVE and continue to buy over and over. And yes, a few of these products may have originally been given to me in a press package, but again – I’ve continued to use and purchase these on my own. Let’s call this my blonde tried + true haircare, shall we?


Literally cannot LIVE without this stuff. It. Is. So. Good. I’ve turned literally dozens of friends, family and total strangers {no joke – at the beauty salon when I’m raving about it lol} into Moroccanoil Dry Shampoo feins. It’s that good. What makes their formula especially special for blondes is their use of purple tones within the spray to remove brassy-ness from the hair. It’s a total game changer. It also smells incredible, leave just the right amount of texture and very little to no residue/build up. Of course I can’t speak to the Dark Tones version, but I can imagine it’s just as fabulous. The smell alone with win you over! Granted, this is a higher price point product, so I sometimes will switch in Dove’s dry shampoo on more casual days at home, but Moroccanoil’s version is 100000% worth the price point.


This has been a tried and true product of mine for years. You only need a tiny amount per use, so the bottle really does last seemingly forever! I use Moroccanoil’s Treatment on my dry ends after curling, and usually more frequently in the winter months. It helps seal my ends, lock in moisture and help with split ends.


I’ve tried dozens of hairsprays over the years. Everything from Chi and DryBar to L’oreal and Suave. Not that these others were bad, they just didn’t seem to work all that well for my hair. Totally doable, but not great. Since working with Pantene over the years, I’ve been able to try several of their hold sprays, and still keep going back to my trusty Pantene’s Airspray, #3. It’s the perfect hold for my fine hair {I do have a lot of it} and is still brushable without pulling.


About two years ago I was informed by a stylist that I should be using a cleaning/detox shampoo at least once a month. It’s great for those who don’t wash their hair everyday. A good detox shampoo helps really gets in there after a couple days of dry shampoo and hair spray built up. Alterna’s Caviar Daily Detox Shampoo not only gently detoxes, but also thickens – something I’ve been trying to focus on recently with products and vitamins.


I have oily roots and dry ends. Alterna’s Caviar Anti-Aging Replenishing Moisture Conditioner is the perfect ultra moisturizing conditioner without being heavy. You don’t even need a large amount of product, and I notice a real different in the body/movement of my hair every time I use it! Obsessed, and can’t recommend enough.

And now what you all have been waiting for…in the true giving spirit of Christmas, I’m giving 12 winners 2 of my favorite blonde tried + true haircare products! Enter below for a chance to receive a MoroccanOil Dry Shampoo (5.4 oz light or dark tones – your choice), along with a Moroccanoil Treatment (3.4 oz).



photos by Julie Livingston Photography 
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