Repairing Damaged Hair with Pronexa Hair Bond Repairing Complex (No Trims!)

Its been about a year since I cut my hair to the very on trend length of a lob. As of a few months ago, I decided I wanted to grow out my hair. Anyone who has grown out their hair after a big cut KNOWS the frustration of allowing your hair to grow and thrive in those awkward stages.

The key is to keep hair healthy, which for a majority of us means less heat, less product and regular hair trims. My favorite hairdresser moved away and I took the opportunity to refuse to trim my hair. Thankfully, my sister in law (who has envious hair by the way) is growing her hair out, too. She mentioned a specific hair bonder, how it had amazing reviews, and that I should give it a try.

I’ve heard about hair bonders before, but honestly had zero idea what it was and how it worked. Was it a leave in conditioner that would give me Rapunzel-like locks or a greasy head? I DON’T KNOW. So in the Amazon cart it goes.

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Pronexa Hair Bond Repairing Complex came in a small bottle filled with 8 treatments to strengthen and repair damaged hair. It looks and feels like a leave-in conditioner, but it actually REPAIRS the hair. My damage comes from heat as I haven’t dyed my hair since the Kelly Clarkson chunky highlights fiasco of the early 2000’s. All that to say, my ends are kind of fried and definitely split.

After the third time using the hair bonder (brace yourselves) my ends looked like I just got a fresh trim. A FRESH TRIM. My split ends were slim to none and my hair looked and felt healthier. Onward to hair down to my butt! Ok, well, maybe not that long.

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