Three weeks ago I was sent the Amazon White Clay Discovery Kit ($20) from Taya Beauty. The kit consists of their Thickening Shampoo, Thickening Conditioner, Thickening Hair Spray, and Leave-In Mist. The thickening Amazon Clay range (identified by blue packaging) is designed to add volume and texture. Taya Beauty is a brand inspired by the ingredients of the rainforest. Taya’s products are sulfate and paraben free, do not use animal products, and are not tested on animals. Keep reading to see how you can win your own set of Taya products.
I found the Amazon White Clay range to be really effective. The picture above shows what my hair looks like after washing it with the Thickening Shampoo and Conditioner, spraying it with the Thickening Leave-In Mist, and giving it a quick blow dry. The Thickening Hair Spray works very well in general, but I really like to use it when I curl my hair to get voluminous waves. The products add volume and lift without any sticky residue.
Something I really appreciate about Taya products is how well packaged they are. The products come wrapped in plastic so no caps are going to come loose and product won’t spill out. Also, the pumps have twist locks which makes them great for travel.
If it’s not volume you’re after but moisture or shine, Taya also offers the Buriti Nut Intense Repair and Acerola Cherry Color Protect. The Taya Beauty range includes oil treatments, masks, and even hair brushes. Here’s how you can win a bundle of Taya Amazon White Clay products to try for yourself:
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