5 Best Time-Saving Things for your Hair

colab dry shampoo

I hate doing my hair. Hate it, hate it. Hence my love for dry shampoo, hence my own dry shampoo brand, hence the fact that I probably go through a can of Colab Sheer & Invisible every other week, using it to refresh between washes, de-lank my roots and add a bit of volume without having to do a full-scale blow-dry.

So yes, Colab is one of my top hair time-savers, but there are four others in this video, including a ridiculously powerful hairdryer, a speed-dry potion, a towel that does half of the moisture-blotting for you and what must be – must – the world’s best hair styling tool.

Do enjoy – and please check the updated Colab stockist list if you are non-UK and chomping at the bit to get hold of some! We’ve just launched in the US, which is big news and more countries are being added to the list every week, now.

If you can’t be bothered to watch the vid, and don’t want to see me demonstrate the world’s best hair styling tool, then there’s a spoiler list of products further on down the page. But if you buy the Babyliss and don’t heed my little warnings then on your head be it. Literally. (Watch the video, it will all make sense.)

The eyeshadow I’m wearing here is the same one as in the No Foundation makeup video: https://youtu.be/EDzdvCrBTeM

Latest skincare video is here (has ad content): https://youtu.be/NTWfA_ZrUqE

Latest monthly favourites video is here: https://youtu.be/kir4uRNy-PQ

Aquis Towel (Lisse Luxe Chevron): https://aquishair.co.uk

KMS Quick Blow Dry Freeshape: http://tidd.ly/a04489e9

Parlux Powerlight 385: http://tidd.ly/9f82b858

Babyliss Big Hair: http://goo.gl/xPhkNm

Colab Sheer & Invisible Dry Shampoo: https://www.amodelrecommends.com/colab…

Disclaimer: this post is not sponsored. Links may be affiliate links. Products are press samples unless otherwise stated in video or description. I am a founder and spokesmodel for the Colab brand.

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