The Story Behind Andreine
MOST OF YOU MAY ALREADY KNOW ME, BUT IF THERE ARE ALSO THOSE WHO DON'T KNOW ME, I WOULD LIKE TO START FROM THE BEGINNING. ☺️
At the very beginning, I want to say that you are probably expecting that my hair was thick and long from a young age, that is, genetics. Maybe they would be, but I've been destroying them since I was about 14 years old, when I got my first hair straightener. (Actually, I requested it as a gift). My hair was curly and I hated it, and because I wanted it after straight hair, I ironed it every day. In the morning, I had a two-hour alarm clock before I went to school just so I could perfectly iron my hair at 200 degrees. I also took the iron to school if I could they accidentally twisted me so I could straighten it right away. During the break, we always did a ``beauty day'' with the girls. We painted ourselves, filmed or ironed our hair. My ironing was about 4-5 times a day if I saw what even just one ripple in my hair. This is how they looked (see left photo).
Dyeing plus ironing, but a pure disaster. But that was not the worst. I went from black to blonde.
My friend dyed at home with the most peroxide colors we could find in the drugstore and gave me about 6 of these
colors per head. The black color didn't work very well, so they were white on top and yellow on the bottom. It didn't come out one day,
never mind, I'll buy another one and let's go again. I burned my hair like this for about three days in a row. And when they were finally white
I was happy. Until the moment when they started breaking and shortening on their own. Of course, I'm still into it
she ironed every day.
Photo after peroxidation (on the left) and photo on the right of my already grown brown hair. (In the right photo, I have been taking care of them for several years.)
YOU CAN NOTICE THE DESTROYED AND BURNT ENDS ON THE PHOTO WHERE THE BLOND ARE.
When they started to break and my friends started asking me every day if I had a haircut, I told myself that I really I'm going to trim it so that the ends are not so ruined. My visit to the hairdresser ended with me feeling straight she also dyed my natural brown hair and cut it to shoulder length.
From that moment on, I promised myself that I would start taking care of them and stop destroying them with colors and heat adjustments. In the beginning it was difficult because I was addicted to the iron and I couldn't stop. When I am after after high school she went to work abroad, I deliberately did not take an iron so that I could not iron my hair. So I started braiding my hair and wearing it off for a while. Until then, I was still using cosmetics from drugstores and she chose the shampoo according to the one that smelled best. And I didn't even think to look at the composition. I started watching different women who had beautiful long hair and I started reading how they do it. The only principle was that they used purely natural cosmetics, they didn't dye, they didn't heat damage the hair, and they took care of it thoroughly, which didn't mean just washing and rinse but a lot of other things, which I finally started doing as well.
So my first step was to STOP dyeing, ironing, blow-drying with hot air, drying my hair with hot
water and the like. The second step was buying the right and high-quality natural cosmetics, so I tried different ones.
In the beginning, they were the ones where they wrote "bio" on the front and a bunch of harmful substances on the back.
That's when I started to find out which ingredients are the worst for hair and which natural ingredients definitely shouldn't contain.
After all, we know a lot of brands that pretend to be natural and the truth is completely somewhere else. She replaced
I tried a lot of brands, but I still couldn't find my TOP 100% natural cosmetics here. And that's when the thought came to my mind and the desire to have my own hair cosmetics. And not only to offer shampoo,
but dedicated to women and helping them to have beautiful long hair.
Since I went through this difficult path myself, I KNOW what works for hair and what doesn't. I learned how to take care of your hair properly, what cosmetics to use, what ingredients are harmful and so on. My first step was the establishment Instagram @andreine_com. Where I gradually started adding my journey and hair transformations with a little soul, advice and tips, and advice via emails for free.
It absorbed me so much that I continued to study, try, and get information from trichologists and hairdressers. Finally, the dream became a reality and after 3 years of dreaming about my own cosmetics, I finished the project.
I have helped women with various problems, my cosmetics already have several wonderful reviews, which I am in favor of
extremely grateful. And if you don't know how to deal with your hair, how to properly care for it and what cosmetics to use, don't worry
contact me with any problem via email firstname.lastname@example.org where I will be happy to help you.
After all, beautiful hair is not only about stopping dyes and heat treatments, but also about daily care.
I look forward to your news and your stories. ❤