So I had my haircut, and spent far too much money on products I probably don't even need... Sigh.L'Oreal #TXT Volume Supersizing Spray | Tangle Teezer (Sugared Almond) | Herbal Essences Dry Shampoo Uplifting Volume
I love the L'oreal texturising spray, it smells nice and doesn't leave my hair feeling all that bad either. I do feel it could be lighter and a little more 'weightless' in the hair but it does exactly what it says it will do. Tangle Teezer talks for itself, I love, and I have loved, Tangle Teezers for a very long time. My purple one had just seen better days so I decided to treat myself to this supercute pink and green one. Dry Shampoo is my saviour, this dry shampoo is my worst nightmare. The only redeeming feature is that it smells really nice. It leaves my hair sticky, knotty and quite frankly unmanageable. This is seriously AWFUL. It doesn't even have a 'dry shampoo' aspect to it. It feels like cheap wet hairspray stuck at the roots of my hair.
Lee Stafford Bleach Blonde Conditioner | Lee Stafford Bleach Blonde Shampoo | Lee Stafford Hot Shots 4 Blondes | Got2B Sexy Volumizing Hairspray
Lee Stafford Bleach Blondes range is by far my favourite ever toning range for blonde hair. I swear by it every time I've been blonde. Whether you're white blonde or a more subtle blonde, it will help to eliminate all brassy tones. The hot shots are bizarre, a little tingly on the scalp but a really intense toning treatment. The hairspray was a bit of an impulse purchase, I've never owned any hairspray before I cut my hair shorter and this was on offer so I just bought it. It smells delicious and as long as you use it sparingly it won't make your hair crispy. It has pretty good hold (although I have nothing to compare it to) and it's easy enough to brush out!
Bit of a boring haul of hair products but if you have any recommendations for products that help natural curls be a bit more.. well, curlier please do leave a comment! I'm forever searching for something to stop me using heat on a daily basis.
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