Hey everyone! I hope your 2021 is off to a good start, times are hard right now, but we can try to make the best of every day! Today I want to share with you my thoughts on the Drunk Elephant Tangle Spray. Keep reading to find out if they should just stick to skincare…
Drunk Elephant Tangle Spray
I’ve been on a hair journey for a little while now and I will definitely do a post on all of that once I nail down all the products I love using, but I figured I could go ahead and talk about this product today.
What is Drunk Elephant?
Drunk Elephant is a company that started in 2012 with skincare that eliminated 6 ingredients that were doing more harm to your skin than good, these ingredients were found in a lot of skincare on the market. So the owner, Tiffany Masterson made her own line of skincare and it changed the game. In 2020 they added hair care and body care to their line.
Like most things from Drunk Elephant the body of the packaging is white and the top is a neon color, which is fun and recognizable, I can just glance at one of their products and know it’s one of theirs, so their branding is on point. The packaging is lightweight and easy to hold in the hands. The spray works nicely and is consistent.
Price + Where to Buy.
Let’s Talk Ingredients.
- Fermentoil Hair Complex:
- A blend of fermented nut, fruit, and tea oils that smooths the hair shaft and provides powerful anti-frizz and anti-static benefits (without silicones).
- Multi-Amino-Acid Blend:
- A mix of quick-absorbing amino acids that adds strength, improves manageability, and gives hair a healthier appearance with visible body and bounce.
- Marula Oil:
- This super-absorbable oil, high in critical antioxidants and omegas 6 and 9, helps moisturize, add shine, and smooth the hair shaft.
How to Use.
I just spray it over towel-dried damp hair, then I comb through my hair with a tangle teaser. Super easy and super effective.
I decided to switch up my leave in conditioner after using the same one for a long time. I hadn’t done any research on the Drunk Elephant hair care at all, but I was browsing in Sephora one day and spotted their hair care display, hoping they had a leave in conditioner, I ran across this. This makes my hair very easy to comb through after I wash it. I can’t stand combing through tangles, first of all it hurts like the dickens and second it’s not good for your hair. This makes my tangle teaser just glide right through, so that right there was already a win in my book. But the next day when I brushed my hair then curled it I noticed how soft it felt, it also looked healthy and shiny. It doesn’t weigh down my hair or cause any oiliness. It does it’s job REALLY well! And with continued use it just gets better and better!
I HIGHLY recommend this product! So to answer my question, no they definitely shouldn’t have just stuck to skincare! :)
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