Recently, I’ve come to find a selection of haircare products that produce excellent results, so what better way to share them than in a consolidated blog post!
Long, thick hair needs heavy duty care – but my eczema can make it quite difficult to find good haircare products that don’t irritate my scalp. I’ve got in-depth product reviews on the below (each one is hyper-linked) but here’s a quick run-down on what they do and why they’re great.
Anything that claims to be soft of the scalp is a winner in my book and this one definitely doesn’t disappoint. Plus – it’s a FOAM shampoo. Amazing right?! I’ve had it about three months and it still has absolutely loads of product so it’s definitely worth the money.
I was really impressed by how sleek and shiny this made my hair, and unlike a lot of conditioners it didn’t leave an artificial layer over the ends of my hair. My only problem with this product is you don’t get too much for the cost, plus with the length and thickness of my hair I got about eight uses out of it before it ran out.
This was my ultimate favourite for loveable locks during summer, but I still love to use it now. Like a lot of serums, you only need the smallest amount to add its magic conditioning powers to the ends of my hair. I like this serum because its unscented, kind to my scalp and good at protecting my hair from split ends.
If this serum didn’t do a thing, I’d still use it for its incredible smell! Two to three small pumps of this serum makes my hair softer, split-end free and glossy so I’d definitely recommend it!
I recently invested in this new hairdryer, for such a compact size it is really powerful. I love using the cold setting as I finish drying my hair as it flattens all the hair follicles and stops it from looking frizzy.
I find that I don’t really need a shine spray during the week as I find the combination of the above products keep my hair looking glossy. However, if I want to give my hair a bit of a perk-up and a treat, I use this product. Evo do great haircare, and this spray is no exception.
Whilst the best of haircare routines can keep my mane looking shiny and clean, sometimes a dry shampoo is just necessary! I try to keep my hair washing to every other day, so I’d wash it on a Monday night, and then a Wednesday night and so on. This dry shampoo doesn’t make my hair look or feel chalky and gives me the look of freshly washed hair in-between washes.