Remington TStudio LUXE Setter— For the longest time I've always wanted a set of hot rollers. One very important reason being I haven't owned a curling iron since I was in high school. This seems to be the perfect tool to add body to my straighten hair without adding too much additional heat. I would also like to see how my blow dried hair would respond to the hot rollers. But unfortunately I only straighten my hair a handful of time each year it doesn't make sense to invest in a product I wouldn't use as much.
Kurly Klips Shoulder Chic Spiral Clip In— Being a weave virgin, this product would be first step into a new world that allows you to change your hair as much as you please (my prayers have been answered). One issue I with weaves (besides the cost) is the installation. Having never had one before, I don't I would be comfortable with the intense amount of pressure on my scalp. Clip in hair extensions give you the ability to maintain the health of your hair, which is most important.
Corioliss K2 Vapor Infusion Iron—This iron is a complete game changer. Not only can the iron be used to straighten hair but it also be used to provide a deep steam treatment. The iron comes with the K2 Agran Shine which can be used with or without the iron. I'm curious how my hair would react because normally humid conditions causes my hair to revert back to its curly state.
Lush Caca Marron Henna Hair Dye—As some of you may know, I'm working to grow out my damaged colored ends. However I'm really interested in trying this product not only for the color, which promises chesnut locks, but also for the conditioning properties. In the past I haven't much luck with Lush hair products and henna does not lighten hair. So there's a possibility that this may be a failed mission already. As long as my hair remains healthy I'll be happy.
Elizavecca Milky Piggy Carbonated Bubble Clay Mask—I saw this mask being used on Instagram and fell in love. Why? Because it looks fun, plain and simple. lol