Friday, 26 December 2014

THE HAIR: NURSING MY HAIR BACK TO HEALTH


It has been just over a month since my long blonde hair went for the chop and subsequently turned brunette. I have to say the overall health of my hair feels a lot better and although I am still grappling with how to style it properly, I am really pleased with how the condition of my hair is changing for the better. 

I begin my weekly hair care routine by applying the creamy TIGI 'Hair Reborn' reparative nocturnal therapy cream to the ends of my dry hair and sleeping in it over night, this stuff seriously makes your hair wash amazing, packing all the protein back in to frazzled ends.

In the morning I  wash my hair with the Clynol 'Colour and Care' shampoo followed by leaving a deep treatment on for half an hour, my current favourite is the Original Mineral 'Power Base.' After rinsing out the deep conditioning treatment, I towel dry my hair and spread the Redken 'Anti Snap' serum through the mid to end lengths of my hair, this is my favourite hair care product of all time and has really helped with bleach damage. 

I am currently using the Nicky Clarke 'Diamond Shine*' hairdryer and despite it being quite heavy to hold, it is amazing at keeping my hair frizz free and looking glossy. The dryer itself contains real diamonds infused with ionic technology to dry my hair straight and sleek. 

Despite being seriously short, my hair has never looked or felt better - if only I had listened.






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  1. This hairdryer looks fab! I'm on the hunt for a new one and I want one that looks after my hair. Lucy, www.aspectatorsport.com xx

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