a good hair day, every day {with suave gold-natural infusions}.

I know you’ve had them too…those days where your hair is just exactly how God intended it to be. Shiny and bouncy, but still with that hint of “oh, I just woke up like this!”

I’ve really found that the key to having a good hair day every day isn’t about your hair cut or how you style it – it’s more about the products you use to keep your hair as healthy as possible. I’ve recently tried Suave’s new line of Gold-Natural Infusions, and they really make my hair look and feel amazing.

Gracie Gordon

With natural-infused ingredients like moisturizing macadamia oil and spray, thickening awaphui ginger, Moroccan oil for shine and Keratin for smoothing - Suave® Gold Naturals can help you get the “Goodness” back in your hair to have a good hair day, every day.

Some of the new products include Awapuhi Natural Infusion, Macadamia Moroccan Infusion, Shine Keratin Infusion, Macadamia Spray Moroccan Infusion, and Moroccan Argan Styling Oil.

Suave Professionals & Walgreens

Suave® Gold-Natural Infusions is putting the goodness back into your hair so you look good, feel beautiful and radiate goodness outward into the world.

Suave and Walgreens want to help spread the goodness by providing fun and easy ways to pass it on so they are offering Buy $6 worth of Suave® Natural Infusion and get 2,000 balance reward points!

Suave Professionals & Walgreens

Disclosure: please note that I was compensated for this post. All opinions herein are my own.

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10 comments to a good hair day, every day {with suave gold-natural infusions}.

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  • S

    Seriously considering dropping this blog because it’s become one big sponsored post.

    • So sorry to hear that, S. I try to integrate sponsored posts with content that I would typically post anyway, but I understand where you’re coming from. Full disclosure – I’m trying to bounce back from an expensive move right now. I appreciate your honesty, though, because my readers come first. Assuming others may feel the same way, I’m going to cut back. Thanks again for the honesty!

      • Mattie

        Gracie,

        I’ve been reading your blog for a few months now (I found it when I was doing some research about moving to NYC) and I’ve also noticed the increase in sponsored posts. To be honest, I usually just don’t even read them. But if it helps you make a living and allows us to keep reading about your thoughts and your life, then I say go for it! It’s awesome to have a voice like yours on the internet and I love getting to read about the perspective of a New Yorker who loves Jesus.

  • Lauren

    Letting my nerdiness shine through here…pretty sure the model in that first photo is Britt from the MTV reality show “8th and Ocean.” LOL!! I guess she is still out there modeling ;)

  • a

    Very descriptive article, I enjoyed that a lot. Will there be a part 2?

  • Hi there! I could have sworn I’ve been to this website before but after checking through some of the post I realized it’s new to me.
    Nonetheless, I’m definitely happy I found it and I’ll be bookmarking and checking back frequently!

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