Recently my hair has actually been behaving itself. I don’t feel I’ve had a bad hair day for quite a while. Big claim, I know!
Want to know my secret? I put it down to my current favourite hair care products. So if you want to know what they are, then read on.
Batiste Dry Shampoo Dark & Deep Brown £3.99 (currently buy 1 get 1 half price at Superdrug).
Dry shampoo is one of those hair products that I consider a necessity. It perks up day three hair so I can get away with washing my hair less, adds volume and smells nice. Having said that, I have had a bit of a love hate relationship with it in the past. As a dark haired girl it’s been tough finding one that doesn’t leave a white cast on my hair.
Thank you batiste for coloured dry shampoo! They also do one for red, blonde and medium brown hair. That white cast? It is now a thing of the past. Plus It comes with the added bonus of helping to disguise the one or two greys I have without having to reach for the hair dye. Yes it comes to us all!
The Body Shop Banana Conditioner £5
This smells AMAZING!! It isn’t the most moisturising of conditioners, so if your hair is dry and damaged you probably won’t find this effective. My hair is fairly good condition It’s not dyed and is rarely heat styled other than blow drying, so for me this provides enough moisture.
It is the banana scent that keeps me repurchasing this conditioner time and time again. I love it!
Tigi Catwalk Blow out balm £8.99
My daughter has crazy thick curly and often frizzy hair that is difficult to manage. A couple of pumps of this through her hair before blow drying makes a huge difference.
A straight blowdry will last her a good few days now without become frizzy. A bonus effect of this product is that I’m convinced it also reduces drying time.
Lush Seanik Shampoo Bar £5.95
This handy shampoo bar lives in my gym bag. Apologies that it looks mucky but that just proves its regularly used and loved.
This contains, seaweed, sea salt and lemon so is great for creating tousled volume. At the same time It leaves my hair looking shiny which is something that regular sea salt sprays can’t provide. Plus no crunchy feeling either.
It does smell s bit funky if you get the actual bar too close to your nose, think wet seaweed, but nothing very offensive.
A bar of this lasts so much longer than regular shampoo so is great value for money as well.
Have you tried any of my hair care favourites before? Why not suggest your favourite for me to try.