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Sunday, February 3, 2013

Sunday Chat: Does Use of One Hair Care Line Give Better Results?

Happy Sunday lovelies!

I'm going to make this post quick and to the point since it is Super Bowl Sunday!! Some of y'all may be throwing Super Bowl parties, attending Super Bowl parties, or merely waiting for Beyonce to perform. Either way...this post won't take up too much of your time.


Lately, as part of my wearing my hair straight most of the time regimen, I have been using more KeraCare products than I ever have. Prior to now, I just never really saw the need. However, now that I am using the sulfate free 1st Lather Shampoo, the creme hairdress, and the oil sheen, I see that my hair is responding pretty positively to each product. And that got me to thinking...

Are hair care lines meant to be used together? Does using one hair care line exclusively yield better results?

It's a question I'm interested in finding out and I have been toying with using one product line exclusively for a month but I don't know if I could stick to it. I just have too many staples from varying product lines.

What do you think though? Do some of you use one product line exclusively? Or do you think using one product line is a bunch of bull?


  1. I'm interested in seeing your results for that challenge. I have the hydrating detangling shampoo, along with the corresponding conditioner and when I use them both together I love the results. But KeraKare is the only line the have in all its entirety (shampoo, conditioner, leave-in, DC) so it could just be unique to this line.

  2. I have been wondering the same thing for a while, and I've come to the conclusion that in general my hair likes it if I use an entire line of products together. Specifically my hair responds well to the ORS line and to Pantene. Many of the products that you mention and that are mentioned around the hair blogosphere simply aren't available in my country so I need to make the best of what we have.

  3. Scientifically speaking, products in the same line were are formulated to work together. :)

  4. My hairdresser told me that it's better to use one line for everything but I find it hard to commit. I love Elasta QP shampoos, but I also love diff conditioners. Maybe this year will be the year I settle down.