Amanda Writes : L’ange Hair Care Products Review

Recently, after seeing a Live hair tutorial on Facebook, I started following a few influencers who are brand ambassadors for L’ange Hair. Their hair tutorials were great and they raved about the products. I was intrigued but of course I speculated if the products were truly that great or just the hype of their obviously good marketing campaign.

So I looked into their company a little more. They have countless positive reviews on a lot of their products (though there are a few complaints, I was glad to see them because it meant that they had real people reviewing their products) and I reviewed the comments in the influencers I was following and people seemed to really enjoy the products they had received. 

My only real drawback was the price tag. $20 + is a lot to spend on what I consider a small amount of product (though most reviewers stated that the product went a long ways). So I continued to mull it over and figured after the holidays I’d splurge on it to try it out. 

A little backstory. Since having Amelia, 2.5 years ago, I feel like my hair just hasn’t been the same. It dries out easily and I get a lot of breakage on my ends. Now I do use a salon quality Shampoo and Conditioner that has never failed me before but it didn’t seem to be working on my post pregnancy hair. Now with two kids, I do admit that I probably don’t spend as much time on my hair maintenance as I once was but even after getting my hair cut it doesn’t seem long before it doesn’t feel fresh anymore. 

In addition to my own hair concerns, Amelia has naturally curly/wavy/crazy hair. And while I absolutely love it, she doesn’t make it easy to care for. She fights anytime we have to do her hair and honestly if it isn’t freshly washed it can be a pain to style. 

So between the two of us, I was looking for products that would help manage/protect our hair (Maddilyn has one of those heads of hair that just goes with the flow. You want it up, it looks great. You want it down, it flows down her back so gracefully. I’m quite jealous!). So when the L’ange brand ambassadors I had started following began advertising about L’ange’s $9.00 Hair Care sale I couldn’t pass up a chance to try their products at a discounted price. 

I ended up ordering 4 products: Rival – Heat SheildManagé – Marula Oil Hydrating Mist, Sorbet -Botanical Smoothing Balm, and Grand Début – Root Booster. Now I have only been using these products for about a week now and I have to say I’m overall impressed. 

My favorite product for me is the Rival – Heat Sheild. It has an amazing smell and I can honestly feel the difference between using it on my hair and when I didn’t. I know I should have been using a heat protectant on my hair but just hadn’t found one that I really liked recently. This itself was worth the order, in my opinion.

My favorite products for Amelia’s hair has been the combination of Sorbet – Botanical Smoothing Balm after she gets out of the bath and then maintaining her hair with Managé – Marula Oil Hydrating Mist. One, her hair has never smelled so good. Two, it has been so much more manageable than I could have imagined. Her curls look soft and bouncy. It’s less frizzy even after sleeping on it. While she still doesn’t like the look of a comb, I’m able to use my fingers to just pull her hair out of her face. It’s been so much easier to do her hair in the mornings!

I also have been using the Sorbet after I’ve gotten out of the shower and can already feel like my hair is feeling smoother. I’ve only used the Managé once on the ends of my hair and loved that it seemed to give it a little hydration boost on second day hair. I have used hair oil in the past and have never repurchased because I always felt like my hair got too oily with it. But with my hair feeling dried out and the lightness of the Managé spray I haven’t felt that oily sensation in mine or Amelia’s hair since using it. 

The jury is still out on the Grand Début – Root Booster, I do feel like it gave my hair a little more volume than normal but I’m not sure that it is as great as I thought it would be. I’ve only used it a few times and will keep using it but I haven’t decided if it would be worth a repurchase. I may just not be using enough of it or working it into my roots enough, so I will keep you posted. 

Overall, I’d definitely recommend L’ange hair products if you’re in the market for something new for your hair. My hair has never felt smoother and looks shinier. The products, also, all smell amazing so if that’s important to you, you won’t be disappointed. 

Also, this is the PERFECT time to give their products a try because their $9.00 Hair Care sale is still going on. Click HERE to go to their website (be sure to enter your e-mail to get a 50% off coupons e-mailed to use on your next hair care purchase…or if you want to buy other products other than Hair Care.) Then go to their Hair Care section to check out their products. At checkout, use the code “ONLY9” to get the great sale price. 


The $9.00 Hair Care Sale is OVER. But the link will still get you the 50% off Coupon to use on your purchase!


Be sure to let me know what products you decide to check out. Or if you already use their products, let me know your favorites. I think I’m going to try to make another purchase before the sale is over, so if there is one I should try please let me know!

Amanda Writes : Pinterest Boards

In navigating this blogging world, one of the most important aspects is gaining new followers. Now social media really helps us to get out there and share our words with so many people but as a new blogger it can seem overwhelming to find new followers.

I have found that Pinterest is a great way to share our blog posts with those who are already interested in the topics we are writing about. I know I love following fellow mom bloggers (comment below with your Pinterest Page and I’ll Follow You!) and see how they are handling life with toddlers, figuring out family friendly meals, finding time for self care, how to keep our homes a resemblance of clean, and etc.

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I truly believe in creating a community where we can support each other on our journey through motherhood, blogging, and everything in between. So in the spirit of sharing and collaboration I created a Pinterest Board Mama’s Write Life where you can pin your blog posts in a group of fellow mom bloggers. To join, fill out the form HERE and I’ll add you as a collaborator.

 

I’ve also compiled a list of other Mom Blogger Pinterest boards for you to join to continue to share your work. Also if you have your own Mom Blog Pinterest board you’d like to share, please feel free to comment below or DM on my Pinterest account, Amanda Writes : Life.

 

Mom Blogger Pinterest Boards

 

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