Hey lovely readers
I have finally joined the club. What club you say? Well, the Shea Moisture club that is. I have made my first Shea Moisture purchase and it only took until 2013 for it to happen. I know, I know what took me so long right? Well there is this thing called unemployment and boy is it real. Then there is the fact that I try not to conform to buying whatever hair product is "trending" at the moment. But let me tell you all the being able to finally purchase this product made me happy because it was on my very long wish list of products to try. I love trying new things, but I do not like wasting my money! So this week after seeing CVS had a BOGO sale on Shea Moisture I decided to go ahead and spend my hard earned money to treat myself. I do so many things for my family and loved ones that I sometimes forget to treat myself, ladies you know what that's like. Some may get a pedicure or manicure, or get a cocktail or two with friends, whatever your vice is, make sure you take the time to do you once in a while. My vice is buying things, like clothes or hair products or make up, lately just hair products. I try not to spend too much money on them but it never ever goes that way.
First off my experience again at CVS was horrible yesterday, my dad and I went there for my hair products and a gallon of water, that's it. Oh and I think my dad wanted some hair stuff too. So of course like before the worker is all up in our kool-aid, not even watching the other shoppers, like he was just watching us. My dad saw his products and did a double take on the pricing. As did I after seeing how much the Shea Moisture products were. Although there was a BOGO sale I was still very surprised at the pricing of all CVS's products, esp the products for us naturalistas. I mean is it just me or are curly hair products very expensive now. I mean they have always been kind of pricey but now I feel like they are just too over priced for no reason. Even in the corner beauty supply store they had Shea Moisture Curly Smoothie for $15. Can you believe that? I mean I put it all out there about my economic situation. I do not get paid to endorse products, nor do I receive any products for free. I do not have it like that at all to just go out and spend money on hair products every chance I get. Even when I had a job I never did ,like most people. Like I said do you! I'm not judging! My issue is people are getting a little bit ridiculous on the amount of money they charge us on natural, curly girl hair products. However, I do understand people have bills to pay too right? So we can either boycott the hair industry (never going to happen), or just be smart about our purchases. Don't fall for the trends ladies and gents, it is not worth it sometimes. Don't feel bad if you can't do a haul of products every week. It will not be the end of the world if you can't rack up, it will be fine.....I promise!
Anyhoo I ended up not being able to purchase the conditioners and styling products I wanted. After spending about 10 mins in the store I purchased Shea Moisture Raw Shea Butter Deep Treatment Masque w/Sea Kelp & Argan oil. It says for Dry, Damaged, Hair but lots of users say it really doesn't matter. I may go back later this summer and try some more products from this line depending on if I like these or not. I also purchased Shea Moisture Coconut & Hibiscus Curl & Style Milk w/ Silk Protein & Neem oil. It says for Thick and Curly Hair, Anti Frizz, moisture and Shine. My total for both products was about $19.00. Okay not bad I guess because they were on sale, but still way more than I intended to spend. I hope it was worth it and I can not wait to try these products and do a review for my blog and YT channel. There are so many ideas out there for hairstyles, as well as ways to use both products in ways other than what is printed on the back of the package. Shea Moisture products are certified organic so that also made the purchase less cringe-worthy.
Wish me luck!!