I never liked my hair, there are so many things I don’t like about it that I won’t even bother mentioning them all. At least I am happy that it is straight and I am also happy with my natural hair colour; I have had all the shades and styles in the past. But I have stopped dying it when I was about 22-23, and I am happy with my [natural] dark cool-toned brunette look.
As I have already mentioned in several previous posts, I am currently trying to figure out what products I still need to add to my routine. I have also used up several that I have been loving, so am looking for a replacement. Or should I just re-purchase the old favourites?
Here are my picks:
I am seeing it everywhere now. Apparently it is supposed to be a miracle-in-a-pill, and a lot of people swear by it. I did try Philip Kingsley “hair vitamins” in the past, by the way. So think about giving these a go. What if the results will be really great? I guess, we will see.
A Good Brush/Brushes
Believe it or not, but I rarely brush my hair. I can imagine the shock and horror this statement can cause. But the thing is that my hair never gets tangly and no matter what (cheap) brush I buy – I end up neglecting it. I read so many raves about Mason Pearson brushes, that I would like to invest in one of these for some kind of special occasion. After all, they should last a life time. Maybe I should put it on my Christmas wish list? What other brushes do I need?
Philip B is my favourite, hands down, but when I wanted to buy it last week from Cult Beauty, it was out of stock. So, I guess, it’s time to try something new.
I like products that give volume but don’t weight the hair down and don’t feel like you have tonnes of it on your scalp, something like L’Oreal Professionnel Serie Expert Volume Expand Root Lift Spray. Which now has a new name – Volumetry Anti-Gravity Volume Root Spray (you can buy it here).
Now I am thinking whether I should just re-purchase it, as I really love it. Or try something different, like Kérastase Resistance Volumifique Expansion Spray (available here).
What are your favourite hair care and styling products? Anything I have to try?