This post is sponsored by Hair Biology.  All opinions are my own.

I have been hair challenged most of my life. I have wavy, sometimes curly and often frizzy hair that I let dry naturally, sometimes blow dry and often just pull back because it’s easier. In my early years I kept my hair very short and although it had a mind of its own, it wasn’t as dry then as it has become. I don’t have a ton of gray so I only highlight my hair but that tends to dry it out as well. Thirty years of adult living with my hair has made me a bit of expert on the topic of “good products.” And since I consider myself bolder not older, I want my hair health to match that philosophy.

Despite all my hair challenges, I’m blessed to have a full head of hair, sometimes a bit of a mop, but full nonetheless. Admittedly, as the years pass, keeping my hair looking healthy has become even more important. So I’m always in the market for a product that helps me achieve that goal. That is why, I was thrilled when I was given the opportunity to review a new hair care collection that is designed to work with my unique hair biology, not against it.

Hair Biology is specifically formulated for women like us, who are noticing changes in our hair… dryness, thinning, greying and quality, so we may have a great hair day every day! I tried the new Soft & Hydrated Collection which includes a moisturizing shampoo, conditioner, a weekly deep hydrating mask and an Argan Oil Taming Serum that together cleanses, hydrates, nourishes and brings back shine.

I have tried all of the products over these past few weeks and I’m hooked. The Argan Oil Taming Serum is the best hair smoothing serum!  My hair has so much more volume and it looks healthier after just a few uses. I covet shampoos, conditioners and products that enhance my hair and I’m thrilled to share this new product line with you all. Hair Biology is now available exclusively at Target online and in stores nationwide.

THEN: Younger Felice (30 years ago)

Felice at 35


NOW: The May 2020 Felice

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