This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Pantene. The opinions and text are all mine.
Though it’s already February, I am still keeping to my New Year self-care resolution. My birthday just passed, and I treated myself to a day of beauty and relaxation at the spa. Growing older, I’ve realized the importance of taking care of oneself in order to be the best me possible — which leads me to today’s post — taking on the Pantene 14 Day Challenge.
It’s so funny how cutting or coloring your tresses will require you to completely change your haircare routine. Ever since I did my big chop and stopped coloring, I’ve started to realize how quickly my hair gets buildup and goes flat.
On some days, I wouldn’t even make it to second-day hair without needing some dry shampoo or texturizer help. Then on others, I would be so frustrated at how “scalpy” and heavy my hair felt and just tie it up, even though it’s too short, ha.
I’m so happy I decided to take the challenge with Pantene. There are products for every hair goal, so you can stop having bad hair days so often. I decided to give the Pantene shampoo and conditioner set a try. It’s meant for hair that’s straighter, falls flat, short-lasting volume styling and roots that are weighed down by scalp oils, aka me.