Monday, 21 August 2017

Dry Hair Saviours

I'm very fortunate to have easy-going hair and despite the fact that I use heat and only get trims two or three times a year, my hair is pretty darn healthy. I do have very long hair though which means it's vulnerable to breaking and split ends so I often have to use products designed for dry, damaged hair. I'm really happy with my current hair care stash and today I wanted to show you what I've recently been using to keep my hair feeling healthy and hydrated.
Garnier Ultimate Blends Maple & Castor Oil Conditioner 400ml - £4.49
I'm a big fan of the Garnier Ultimate Blends range and when I recently saw this on the shelf, I just had to pick it up. It's formulated with Maple Sap and Castor Oil which help to restore, nourish and protect the hair. I'm always trying new conditioners and this is one of the best ones I've come across. Firstly, it smells ah-mazing! It's quite sweet and warm but still soft at the same time. After shampooing I just spread a 50p sized blob through my mid-lengths and ends and leave it to work for about a minute, and then rinse it out. My hair is so soft and manageable after using this and I love that it doesn't leave any residue. 

Nuxe Huile Prodigieuse Multi-Use Dry Oil 50ml - £17
I've been using this for a while now and I'm still obsessed with it. Once I've towel dried my hair, I take a few drops of this and work it through the lengths to help nourish and smooth the hair before blow drying. It also smells incredible which is a major bonus!

Grounded Pina Colada Hydrating Hair Mask - £12.50*
Hair masks are key to having healthy hair and I love using this instead of plain Coconut Oil as I find it to be more hydrating, and also more fun to use. It's packed full of lovely ingredients including Argan, Avocado and Castor Oil, which are all amazing for the hair. I apply it to dry hair, leave it to work for 15-20 minutes, then shampoo and condition as normal. It's a great product to use once or twice a week for an extra boost.

Lee Stafford Argan Oil from Morocco Nourishing Miracle Oil - £11.99
The ends of my hair can be quite dry so I use a tiny blob of this once my hair is styled to help them look smooth and less damaged. 

L'Oreal Paris Elvive Extraordinary Oil Multi-Use Nourishing Balm - £5.09
I was a bit hesitant when I first tried this as I wasn't sure if it was going to be too heavy for my fine hair but I'm happy to report that there's no greasy feeling at all after using this. It leaves my hair feeling incredibly nourished and soft and it looks so much healthier. The scent is a mix of Coconut Oil and the Extraordinary scent which I have to say is pretty amazing! I've been using this as a conditioner but you can also use it to tame frizz or as an overnight mask. I seriously can't recommend this enough! 

What are your favourite products for dry, damaged hair?

Maiya
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6 comments

  1. I've heard lots of people rave about that Elvive mask! I must try it! xx

    Beautylymin

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  2. I love using the Nuxe oil on my dry ends...and yes, the scent makes it so much more pleasurable to have in the hair too xxx
    UmmBabyBeauty

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  3. I love the ouai hair oil when my skin is feeling dry :)

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  4. I usually avoid using oil because my hair is very thin and fine but I have found a new love with Verb Ghost Oil! It's so nourishing but at the same time very lightweight!

    Shireen⎜Reflection of Sanity

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  5. You're so lucky! No matter wha I do my hair it's just dry haha! I love that Lee Stafford oil though, that really helps. I'm going to try putting the nuxe oil in my hair too xx

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  6. Great post!!xxx
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