My Current Haircare Routine

Wednesday, January 13, 2016

Having long blonde hair means that it requires a fair bit of maintenance and has to be looked after to avoid it becoming damaged. I've tried many different hair products but I've managed to narrow it down to my favourites and select a few that work the best for me. I thought that it might be interesting to see what products I use in my hair to maintain it, so hopefully you'll like this post.

For shampoo and conditioner, I often tend to vary the products I use and I'll often trial new ones. However, the L'Oreal Nutri-Gloss Luminiser Shampoo and Conditioner are products that I've used numerous times and completely fallen in love with. They leave my hair feeling incredibly soft and clean, which is something that some hair products fail to deliver on. This shampoo and conditioner claims to remove impurities from hair fibers and coat them with a gloss, resulting in a long-lasting, weightless luminosity. I feel like this is definitely true and I definitely notice a difference after using these products regularly.

A product that I quite often use in my hair is an argan oil, as I've heard nothing but amazing reviews and advice on how these products can transform your hair. I've particularly loved using the Avon Advance Techniques Moroccan Argan Oil, and I can definitely say that I notice differences after using it for quite a while. Argan oil has a number of benefits, such as promoting healthy hair growth, fighting dandruff, combatting thin and brittle hair, taming frizz and treating split ends. If you haven't invested in one of these products then I'd definitely recommend doing so, as they have plenty of benefits that will help your hair in one way or another.

Quite a new discovery for me is the use of a protein spray, but recently I've been loving using the Label M Protein Spray in my regular haircare routine. This product aims at treating dry, brittle or damaged hair, as well as helping to stimulate hair growth and preventing split ends. It's good to give your hair a bit more attention and treatment than usual, and a product like this is ideal to use as it will do nothing but benefit your hair.

As it's actually bad for your hair to wash it every single day, dry shampoo is an essential alternative for me and I find myself using it often. It's perfect for making dirty hair appear fresh and full of life, but can also be used to add volume or grip in your hair, making an up-do hold much better. I've tried many dry shampoos over the years, but I always return to the Batiste Dry Shampoo, as I feel like it works the best in my hair and quickly absorbs any excess oils.

These are the products that I find myself using often in my hair, but are there any others that you think I've missed out? I'd love to know what essential hair products aren't in my routine, so make sure you let me know down in the comments. Thanks for reading and I'll see you on Sunday with a new post.

Love from Daisy x

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