Hello! How are you?
Not much to report, I've been working away on my dissertation all week. I feel like the representation of female journalists in chick flicks has taken over my life! It's quite nice to sit there watching Devil Wears Prada with a cup of tea and call it work though, it could be worse! This post is all about three products that I've been using on my hair recently that work so well together, that I think this will have to be my routine forever now! (or at least until I see some snazzy new product I want to try...) My hair is in quite good condition nowadays, (It was long when I first dyed it blonde and it was disastrous! But since I had it cut short it's much healthier and thicker) however it can get quite dry due to colouring so I have to make sure I have good protection from heat and something to add moisture to it.
Veganese Hair Conditioner
I've only recently started using this, see my review here, and I LOVE it. I don't think there is anything I've tried from Lush that I didn't like. It's really lovely and light but still makes my hair really soft, and it smells amazing, what more could you want?
Wella Luxe Oil
This is my little luxury treat! It is expensive but really worth it, and I only use one pump for all my hair so it is going to last me a lonnnnggg time. If you've read my review (here) then you'll know I think it smells like Britney Spears Perfume, I rub one pump together in my hands and spread through wet hair, and then add half a pump more to the ends once its dried and styled. I don't tend to use this on the days I don't wash my hair because I don't want to weigh it down but its still soft anyway so I don't feel like I need to.
Tigi S Factor Heat Defence Spray
I've repurchased this twice now and I think I'll always use it. You can see my full review here, it smells lovely, it protects my hair from heat and it gives my hair a lovely shine! I use this any time that I use heat on my hair, so after I've washed it and also if I'm going to straighten or curl it on the day I don't wash it.
That's all! Hope you enjoyed, do look at the reviews I've linked if you want more information, prices and links to the products :)
What combination of products do you rely on?
Have you tried any of these ones?
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