Friday, 10 January 2014

Best of 2013 - Haircare!

Hello guys! I wanted to do a nice round up of my favourite products of 2013. I started this blog in February of last year and it's only been since then really that I've taken notice of what I'm using on my hair and skin, I thought I'd share with you my favourite products of last year in four categories, Haircare, Skincare, Make Up and Nails! Here we go with haircare..
Neal & Wolf Harmony Intensive Care Treatment £9.95 - I got this beauty in a beauty box back in the summer and ignored it for quite some time. I've recently been advised that the best thing that I can do for my hair now is a weekly conditioning treatment so I dug this out and I love it! It smells incredible and leaves my hair feeling strong, smooth and so healthy! I use it once a week and leave it on for as long as possible, definitely always over 5 minutes and bingo - salon worthy hair straight from my own bathroom!
Trevor Sorbie Frizz Free Smooth Spray £5.59 - When I was in Derby back in November I couldn't decide on which hair care range to go for next, so it was sort of pot luck that I went for the Trevor Sorbie Frizz Free range. Now that my hair is longer and in better condition it's also really thick too so I have to use at least one frizz fighting product in my routine and this works perfectly! Usually I turn to John Frieda to smooth my locks but this works just as good (maybe better) and smells divine!
ScareDoo Detangling Hair Brush £10.99* - I was super lucky to win this at the London Xmas Meet back in early December and haven't looked back since, I don't want to go on too much about this as I have a full review coming very soon but I love it! It's so gentle on my hair and detangles even the worst knots in no time!
Batiste Coloured Dry Shampoo £3.99 - If you read this blog you may well know that I rarely wash my hair more than once a week and if I do it's a pretty special occasion, because of that I of course need a good dry shampoo that I can rely on to get me through the last day or so of the week. The coloured dry shampoo range from Batiste has cured my only niggle of the original, the occasional white residue. It's not overly common with Batiste to be honest but this one is far more subtle for my hair colour.
Caudalie Divine Oil £16.20 - You can get this for a variety of prices over the internet but £16.20 for 50ml is the cheapest I've found from Feel Unique yet! This 15ml sample from a beauty box is still going months on, although I do switch up my hair oils regularly to try new ones out. This has by far been the best that I've ever used, it makes my hair sparkle and shine whilst leaving it soft but not greasy! Oh there are no words, I just love this product for my hair!

What are your favourite Hair Care Products of 2013?!

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