So I’ve reached that point with my current hair care products where I’ll sit pressing down the pump on my Aussie leave-in conditioner bottle for about 20 minutes before accepting that I’ve 100% run out and definitely need to replace it.
Of course, when I get to Boots they’re completely out of the leave-in conditioner that I usually use so I had to stand there in the aisle talking myself – yes, out loud – through the pros and cons of the two conditioners they had instead. As you can see from the picture above, arguing with myself never gets me very far so I resulted in throwing both in my basket along with a couple of other bits.
I’m in love with Aussie’s leave in conditioners and although I do really like a hair mask, I appreciate being able to spritz my hair with moisturising goodness and leaving it in because I’m a very impatient human being. I usually use the Miracle Recharge Moisture conditioner but as I said they were out of it in Boots, leaving me to decide between Take The Heat and Shine before giving up and opting for both.
I haven’t given either of these a go yet but if they’re anything like their Moisture counterpart then these conditioners will be lightweight, non-sticky leave-in sprays which I feel just give my hair a little more of a silky soft finish after washing. Although I use a heat-defence product alongside the Aussie conditioner, I quite liked that the Take The Heat spray also does this so I can double up on the heat defence!
The Shine leave-in conditioner just sounded really nice, I’ve always had quite damaged hair until recently thanks to the incredible Olaplex treatment I had recently, post on that coming this week – so it will be nice to put a shine back into my much healthier looking hair.
Another product that I’ve ran out of recently was my heat-defence spray, usually I use a Toni & Guy product but once again, they were sold out. I’m really not selling my local Boots right now, am I? Although, this did give me a chance to look for something new. I’m a big fan of Lee Stafford products and thought that the Poker Straight Flat Iron Protection Mist sounded like it would do the trick. You can use this product before you blow-dry and also afterwards, on dry hair, before you use straighteners.
I also picked up a large can of the DeHumidifer Liquid Umbrella, also from Lee Stafford. I used to swear by this product when I was at school/college and when I discovered serum I stopped using it, however, I’m gradually running out of Bleach London’s Split Fix Serum which I am obsessed with and was going to replace until I saw this! This is a lightweight spray which controls frizz and keeps your hair looking smooth, sleek and silky. I’ve already given it a go this afternoon and forgot how much I loved it. This product also comes in a smaller, handbag-sized can for frizz-control on the go!