Hair | Champagne Hair Treatment For Thick Beautiful Shiny Hair

I have to really work hard to make my hair look shiny and full of body.  All that work usually means TONS of product in my hair.  And the next day...not so cute.  Greasy hair full of product usually ends up in even MORE product in my hair which only damages it further!  I read that one of my favorite Old Hollywood stars, Vera-Ellen used to put champagne in her hair as a treatment to make her hair shiny and voluminous.  After conducting a bit of research, it turns out that champagne's grape seed extract contains many antioxidants.  Tartaric acid in the champagne also may aid in keeping your color looking fantastic as well.  I had to try this for myself.  Here are the steps I took to achieve beautiful, shiny and voluminous locks with a bottle of (cheap) champagne...

STEP ONE- Shampoo + Skip Conditioner:
I use love to use a cleansing oil like this one available for purchase at Sephora.  As we head into the winter months, my strands are going to need some TLC! 
STEP TWO- Apply 1 Cup Champagne:
Leaning over my bathtub, I poured the champagne all over my head and worked it through my strands using my fingertips.  Afterwards, I rang out my hair gently and wrapped it up in a towel and waited 15 minutes.  

STEP THREE- Condition + Rinse:
Next, I applied my favorite moisture rich, protecting conditioner and rinsed my hair thoroughly with cool water (cool water helps hair look its shiniest!)  I then towel dried my hair until just damp.
After applying my favorite heat protectant oil to my strands,  I blew my hair dry as normal with a round brush.  
STEP FIVE- Finishing Spray:
I used a finishing spray like this one from Sephora to help my hair look as shiny and healthy as possible.  

Wow.  I seriously can't believe that cheap champagne could make your hair look this amazing.  I will DEFINITELY be using this as a treatment again!  This must be the best kept hair hack of all time!  
Here are some photos I took to document my amazing results-


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