Thursday, 20 February 2014

Review: Haircare Empties


If you read my blog normally then you will know that I am forever wishing my hair was Serena Van Der Woodsen long (I'm currently watching Gossip Girl), but alas I'm stuck with mid-length locks. Here's some of the products I have been testing out and if they get a yay or nay from me...

Kerastase Reflection Bain Chroma Riche Shampoo. I decided to splash out on some expensive shampoo and conditioner as a treat and picked up this shampoo and the Kerastase Cristalliste Conditioner. I really enjoyed using these as they are super light and left my hair feeling very soft and well looked after. However, would I purchase again? I'm not sure because the hugh street now have some great options like L'Oreal and The Body Shop own, so maybe just as a treat. 

L'Oreal Ever Riche Nourishing & Flowing Shampoo & Conditioner. It was really hard to locate the links for this particular pair from the range and they are always hard to find in store, bizarre. Anyway, these are a prime example of the high street doing its thang well. These are both great and this range is on offer at Boots right now my UK friends. 

Gliss Liquid Silk Gloss Hair Express-Repair Conditioner.  This is a re-purchase for me time and time again. I have the kind of hair that post-wash you could probably get about five hairbrushes wedged in there. A few sprays of this and my hairbrush slides right through. It's super cheap and lasts ages as well, which is perfect for a daily use product in my opinion. 

Batiste Dry Shampoo - Tropical.  To date I still think Batiste hold the title for the best dry shampoo. It has enough grit to it to really add some volume as well as eliminate any grease. I've kinda gone off all the scents though and am enjoying the original at the mo. 

TREsemme Extra Hold Hairspray.  I'm not a huge hairspray user to be honest. I hate the way that your hair can get crispy and look really over-worked, so I tend to only use it sparingly to keep in curls or waves. I like this hairspray, it seems to have a good formula and my hair doesn't feel really dry afterwards.

Lee Stafford Hair Mask.  Ok, so this mask smells really good and does leave your hair nice and soft, but I'm not convinced. I don't think my hair was in better condition and it hasn't grown like it suggests (not that I thought it would to be fair). Not a re-purchase for me!

Do you have any hair saviours right now?



7 comments:

  1. i brought the whole 'hair growth' range from Lee Stafford. It left my hair so dry and dehydrated, i agree with you i didn't really see any difference in length either.

    Lauren| thatgirlcalledlauren.blogspot.co.uk

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    1. It does annoy me when it's like 'your hair will grow' even when I know it won't, just don't say it haha

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  2. Nice reviews, I want to check out the dry shampoo and I don't like the one that I currently have.

    Kayla
    Sheer Beauty Blog

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    1. Thank you! Batiste do good ones :)

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  3. Who hasn't got through a can of good old Batiste in their life? Haha. Although I completely understand what you mean- all these fancy and jazzy scents can become a bit overwhelming and sometimes it's nice to just refresh back to the original!

    Sharlotte | UK Beauty Blog ♥

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  4. Haha too true! Yeah deffo, the original is so fresh.

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