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Most Wanted: black 15in1
For girls everywhere who don't like to wash their hair

I have the unfortunate habit of not washing my hair very often. Sometimes, I’ll be proactive and wash it twice a week at the very most. But I’ve been known to go days and days keeping it in a high bun while I shower because it’s less work. In my defense, my hair takes a MINIMUM of 45 minutes just to blow dry and that doesn’t include straightening. I know, I know, I’m a disgusting human being. But I guarantee you, most people can’t even tell. I have thick dark hair so oil and grease isn’t as easy to spot as it is on someone with thin, light hair. Plus, dirty hair is easier to mould into braid and buns, so whatever.

Luckily for me, black 15in1 makes me feel not so gross about my life choices. It’s three-bottle regimen for your hair (shampoo, conditioner, and treatment spray) that, when used together, is meant to make hair cleansing an easy process.

The name says it all; fifteen issues that plague our heads are banished with repeated use of these products. Armed with sunflower seed extract, this trio protects your hair from UV rays, heated styling tools, and damaging colour jobs. It also helps retain moisture, keep the frizzies at bay, and enhance body… which I took to mean that I could go even longer without washing my hair and it would still look killer.

I tried out these products and really put them to the test. I shampooed, conditioned, and spritzed my locks right before leaving for Bonnaroo, the land of no showers and more dirt than you know what to do with. And guess what? I returned with shiny, clean hair that I didn’t bother to wash for two days after I got home.

Black 15in1 is available at spaboutique.ca ($7.50-$44.91)

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Bianca Teixeira writes about style for Toronto Standard. Follow her on Twitter at @BeeLauraTee.

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