13 Oct 2013
My hair is quite long & has a natural curl to it, I tend to let it dry naturally and don’t style it all that much. I like the casual look. However my curls never look that polished and having quick thick hair they get weighed down easily and end up looking limp and frizzy. I have been on the hunt for some high street haircare that makes my curls look bouncy and glossy & these are the three products that have been saving the day.
I like to use travel sized shampoo and conditioners alot of the time so I can test them out to see if they work for me before spending money on a full size.
This is a lovely creamy shampoo which makes my hair feel so soft and if I really wanted to I could skip the conditioner as this provides enough hydration. It is easy to wash out and doesn’t weigh down my hair.
I’ve said in previous posts that I am washing my hair less which is working out well for me as my curls seem to be better on the 2nd & 3rd day. My hair is still quite glossy by the 3rd day too and I think it is so much healthier since I cut down on washing it. I get alot less product build up.
I do like Toni&Guy haircare and over the years (many years) have used alot of their products and I do tend to like them. This conditioner is lightweight and very hydrating. It does cut down my frizz which makes me very happy no one wants to look like Monica from friends (Bahama’s episode). This adds enough hydration and gives my hair a lovely glossy look without weighing it down.
Heaven in a bottle. This gives my hair that extra hold and texture without drying it out I spray it from root to the ends giving it a little scrunch and my curls hold alot better. This stuff is magical. If you suffer from hair that likes to go flat & a bit lifeless, a few spritz of this and your hair will be good to go! I have also found that this doesn’t dry my hair out. I have reviewed a shampoo & conditioner from Tommy Guns here if you want to see that.
If you have curly / wavy hair what products do you like to use?
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