I don’t often talk about my haircare routine on TBC because, if I’m honest, I don’t really have one. I’m always switching it up and playing with different products but really, when it comes to hair I have no idea what I’m doing. But lately, there have been a couple of products that have been rocking my world. I have a basket of bits in my bathroom and I sort of pick and choose what I need depending on how my hair’s looking but these beauties have been addressing all of my concerns.
I never really gave much thought to shine sprays. They seemed to me like an easily missable step that didn’t really make much of a difference. But I’ve found myself reaching for this one more and more when I want to look really put together. A couple of spritzes and a quick brush out, and my hair is looking slicker, shinier and most importantly, healthier. It’s important not to go overboard though or it can quickly enter greasy looking territory. I’m very grateful that my friend Nikkia convinced me to pick this one up. And it’s an awesome budget buy, too!
Even though I love how my hair looks when I bother to blow dry it, I very rarely bother to spend the time doing so. So I was very intrigued by this one. It’s said to improve how the hair looks after being air dried, keeping frizz to a minimum and making sure it’s still manageable. I’ve been running a little through the ends after washing it and have found that it does make a difference to how crazy my hair looks after it’s dry. It’s a pricier option but a good one for those like me who like to leave their hair to do it’s own thing when you get out of the shower. There’s even a couple of different options for fine hair, medium hair or thick hair.
Everyone needs dry shampoo every now and again. And for me, it doesn’t get any better than the Klorane one, particularly this formula designed for particularly oily hair. It’s lightweight, it blends in beautifully without leaving a white cast and actually makes a difference to my hair. I’ve gone through so many cans of this stuff and can’t ever really see myself without it.
Charles Worthington Texturising Spray
My hair is quite fine, but there’s a lot of it. That often means that when I straighten it, it lacks volume and needs a little bit of help. This is where this texturising spray comes in. I use only the tiniest bit of this, focusing it on my roots and then using a tiny bit through the lengths of my hair and find it really adds the perfect amount of lived-in texture to my hair. Especially after giving it a bit of a brush out. I’ve wanted to try the Oribe Dry Texturising Spray for ages but this seems like a lovely, cheaper option that’s been more than enough for me.
My hair is pretty much always begging for more nourishment so a quick leave-in cream is always the ‘last step’ in my hair washing routine. I apply a dollop into the lengths of my hair while it’s still wet and comb it through. Since adding it into my routine, my hair’s been easier to manage and feels much healthier. I love the whole Desert Date range but particularly this dreamy leave-in conditioner.
Now, this is a bit of a different one. I touched on it a while back in my latest favourites but I couldn’t resist adding it in here too. I’ve heard lots of good things about silk pillowcases but now I’ve switched over myself, I can completely appreciate just how good they are. Sleeping on silk has made such a difference to how frizzy my hair looks when I get out of bed in the morning. And that’s something I can definitely get on board with. It’s such a luxurious purchase but in my opinion, totally worth the money, for your hair and your skin too.
What have been your latest haircare loves?
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