They have an array of products to choose from, if you want to deep condition your hair and restore it back to bouncy, manageable hair. If you just want extra bounce with your curls, they have a couple mousses for that too -- firm and medium hold. Although I wasn’t able to experience all of these marvelous products firsthand, White Sands did send me their Orchids Oil to try, which
"…encompasses a one-of-a-kind concept due to the anti-aging characteristics of the orchid flower. It restores moisture balance, elasticity, softness, and shine. It is very lightweight and does not affect the hair’s ability to perform when styling."I used the Orchids Oil on my towel-dried hair and continued on to use it on my dry hair to give it the needed shine. Besides giving my hair shine, it also got rid of potential frizzy hair issues, which came in handy when I was putting my hair back in a sleeked back ponytail or high Kim Kardashian-style bun.
Stray hairs weren’t an issue thanks to Orchids Oil. Furthermore, this product smells unbelievably yummy and it is versatile. Even though it’s a hair product, I find myself using it as an extra seal on top of my lotion for my legs and arms. The smell lingers around beautifully to keep my day fresh and happy.
I can not vouch for all of White Sands’ hair products, but I can say I that I do recommend the Orchids Oil. Most oils weigh down the hair, but this one didn’t. I was able to manage my hair by styling it anyway I wished after using the oil. The Orchids Oil does not create any styling issues such as causing hair to clump together or creating a greasy look.
I also like how the packaging encompasses this product. The classy packaging parallels the nice smell and its ability to help execute beautiful, bouncy, healthy looking, great smelling hair.
→ Buy White Sands Orchids Oil, $25.00, at whitesandsproducts.com.
Kim Moshtaghi is a contributing writer for Adventures in the Stiletto Jungle. Born in Germany, Kim is currently based in sunny Del Mar, California, where she also serves as Stiletto Jungle's Director of Sales and Promotions. Kim has a communications degree, a third degree black belt, and a totally covetable Gucci handbag collection.