My go to hair saviours

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As somebody with frizzy, curly hair that gets straightened, detangled and scrapped back most of the time, I’m always on the look out for the best products to give my hair that little extra bit of TLC. Finally after years of searching I think I might have found the perfect combinations.

Lush Rehab Shampoo 100g £5.95

This shampoo is full of cleansing enzymes to help soften your hair and make for a healthy scalp. It includes seaweed, olive oil and other essential natural oils and ingredients to make your hair shine. I’ve been using this every time I wash my hair for about three weeks now and I have to say it has worked wonders making my hair soft and helping to reduce issues I had with my scalp. What I also love is how you only need a small amount of product because it lathers up really well.

Aussie 3 minute Miracle Shine | Boots £4.99

I have been using this leave in conditioner for years now. I remember when my aunt would make me sit with a carrier bag on my head for a good hour to give my hair a proper treatment. Now I just used it on a daily basis in the shower, leaving it to work its magic whilst i wash ,y body. After a few minutes I just wash it out and like a miracle I have smooth and sleek hair. It also smells amazing.

Lush Retread Conditioner 245g £11.50

This conditioner is perfect to pair up with the Rehab shampoo for a good repair session on your hair.  It includes seaweed, soya milk, yogurt and avocado oil. When i first used it i noticed a difference in my hair straight away.The one thing I would say about this conditioner is don’t use it everyday and don’t use too much because it can make your hair go greasy and it can be hard to wash out thoroughly.

Lush Shine So Bright hair balm 10g £4.75

This is sadly a lush kitchen exclusive so keep your eyes peeled for when they next do it. It comes as a solid hair balm with coconut oil and Shea butter in it. You just rub it between your fingers and then run it through the ends of your hair. It smells lovely and helps to protect and repair the hair without making it greasy.

John Frieda Frizz Ease flawlessly straight shampoo and conditioner | Boots £5.99 each

I’ve always been told to switch up my shampoo and conditioner every so often so I have this all time favourite duo in my bathroom for those days when I want to switch things up. I have always sworn by John Frieda for my hair especially when on holiday and it gets damaged and dry quite easily. I find that these are a quick fix and leave my hair feeling soft.

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