When I’m in a bit of a rush & I don’t always have the time to give my hair the full pamper it needs I have found myself reaching for this little gem in recent weeks. The Aussie 3 minute miracle reconstructor is an absolute bargain at only £4.99, I use it in place of a conditioner to give my hair an extra bit of conditioning between pamper sessions! I’m sure we all know how good the scent of Aussie products are, and this doesn’t disappoint. It leaves my hair feeling really nourished & soft, as well as smelling delicious!
Having recently had more blonde put into my hair using this toning shampoo once a week has become a must have for me. I use this regularly to neutralise brassy tones and counteract the yellowness that may occur. Keeping the blonde looking fresh. There are other brands on the market that offer these type of shampoos. I have used the Lee Stafford one in the past. But to be honest you don’t need to spend too much, that is why this £3.19 bottle is a staple product included in a Boots splurge.
The Frizz Tamer
If I blast my hair with a hairdryer without some form of frizz tamer applied beforehand, my hair ends up looking pretty massive. I’m currently using this Brazilian Keratin hair treatment oil by Organic world, First up a little goes a long way so it’s lasting me ages! I simply take a pea sized amount in my palm and distribute it evenly through the mid lengths and ends of my hair. I tend to favour hair oils like this over serums as I feel they work a little better. This is around the same price range as Morrocan oil, however I have noticed you can get it a little cheaper on sites such as Amazon and Ebay.
The Leave In Conditioner.
Notice a theme with my current hair heros.. Conditioning! Going lighter means I am damaging my hair a little more than I would like, so I do have to take a bit more care of it! The Redken Anti Snap has been a favourite of mine for ages. Not only does it smell gorgeous, it does a great job of keeping the ends of my hair in check between cuts. If you’re someone who uses heat on their hair a lot I would highly recommend getting yourself a bottle of this stuff. It isn’t too expensive at around the £15 mark as even using it daily, it takes a while to use up all the product. A great haircare investment in my opinion.
What are your haircare heros? Let me know in the comments.