MakeUp4All AUTUMN 2011 Online Beauty Magazine

Hair Care. What is On Your Wish List?

I would love to have long, thick and shiny hair… And although I could never have all of that, a girl can dream, right?

Now I am trying to make my hair grow and  after reading quite a few articles about that I’ve made some conclusions and I’ve written down some tips.

But today I want to ask you to share your opinion. Do you use anything to make your hair grow faster?  Maybe you can share your favourite products to make your hair look shiny and glossy?

By the way, I’ve been trying different hair dies ever since my teenage years but I haven’t been colouring my hair for almost a year now.  Luckily, my natural hair and my last hair dye are not that different ;).  Now it’s obviously healthier but can’t say that I am very happy with the results… And do you colour your hair or don’t?

What is on your hair care wish list? You can see the products that are on mine above. I wish these were the only products that I want though.

9 Responses to “Hair Care. What is On Your Wish List?”
  1. strawbit says:

    I was never blown away by any shampoo before I tried Soap & Glory’s Glad Hair Day. It cleans the hair well without leaving residue, smells good, and also didn’t contribute to any dandruff, which I experienced with most shampoos. Not to mention the price is very reasonable. On my wish list now is Shu Uemura’s Art of Hair series which I head many good things about.

  2. Candace says:

    I’m lucky to have quite thick curly hair, but I can’t quite get the volume at the roots that I’d like – so am currently lusting after any and all volume-promising haircare items!

  3. Jade says:

    I have long, thick hair and my trick is to keep away from hairdressers as much as possible lol. I take pregnancy vitamins because I’m always pregnant or breastfeeding (feels that way currently) and they may help. Also when I wash my hair I condition/shampoo/condition. I *just* bought some organic coconut oil because I hear it’s amazing as a pre shampoo or leave in overnight treatment. I also read on a friends blog (Dempeaux) that she uses a sea kelp bioferment + sea emolliant + goji berry extract mix for her hair, and it sounds pretty interesting/good to me 🙂

  4. Nóra says:

    I have long, thick hair as well. My trick is to avoid heat! So don’t wash your hair everyday (unless it’s really greasy), and try to style your hair without using too much heat on it. I use a treatment every time I wash it. I’m currently using Kerestase Elixir Ultime, and it’s great! I think you should go to the hairdresser in every 2-3 months to get rid of the split ends. But you have to find the right hairdresser! I have several bad experiences with them. It’s hard to find the right one! 🙂
    Vitamins are important as well! I take B-complex, vitamin-C, beta-carotene, and magnesium every day! 🙂

  5. On my hair wish list is a product which will thicken my hair without making it greasy, but I can’t name it as I have yet to find anything that does the trick, although I do find that colouring my hair improves the texture and makes it thincker.

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