When it comes to skincare I have dozens of products filling the shelves of my bathroom cupboard but until recently, I've been really lacking in the haircare department. In the past I've felt a bit indifferent about haircare but over the last couple of months I've been making a conscious effort to use more products. The three products featured in today's post have all played a big role in changing my haircare routine.
Botanics Heat Protection Serum - £3.99
I've always been really bad at using heat protection sprays, for no reason other than sheer laziness. However, over the last couple of months I've been using the Botanics Heat Protection Serum from Boots and I really think it's working. I simply apply a little to the lengths of my hair before blow drying it and I'm pretty sure it's making a difference! Not only do I feel like its protecting my hair but I've also found it to help detangle it too, which is an added benefit when you have long, fine hair like me.
Befri Brush by Nanokeratin System - £19.99*
A few weeks ago I was sent the BeFri Brush by Nanokeratin System to try. The brush has a unique look with eight free-moving arms, designed to glide through your hair and leave it silky smooth. The idea is that rather than pulling at your hair, the brush pampers it, helping to condition and strengthen each strand.
When I opened the package, I saw it said ‘for thick hair’ which doesn’t really describe my hair. I have fine hair (and a lot of it) but I still wanted to give it a go. In terms of detangling my hair when it’s wet, it’s an absolute miracle worker. As per the instructions, I brush vertically and then horizontally to leave my hair knot-free. In terms of blow drying and styling, it’s not the best brush for me, however I’m more than happy to keep it as my detangling brush and use a separate one for styling.
Lush Sea Spray Hair Mist - £9.95
The Lush Sea Spray may not be the cheapest salt spray on the market but it's the best one I've ever used. After curling my hair with my GHDs, I simply spritz this onto the lengths and gently scrunch. It has a lovely pleasant scent, isn't at all sticky and offers a hold better than any hair spray I've used! Made from vegan-friendly, natural ingredients, it surely must be better for your hair than applying a load of chemicals? I love the beachy look it helps to create and will definitely be repurchasing it as soon as it runs out.
Have you tried any of these haircare products?