Everyday Hair Heroes…

best hair care products

A nice little hair video to finish off the week. I did a roundup of my most-used hair products – shampoos, hair masques, conditioners and so on – because people are always asking and I don’t often delve into the world of hair on my Youtube channel. Perhaps because I don’t really do a lot to my hair and so the products I tend to use the most are the ones that just make it look sleeker, shinier and give it a bit of an undone vibe. I always think that it might be a bit boring for those who want to know about pink hair dyes and undercuts and semi-mohicans and all of that jazz. Not my cup of tea, I’m afraid.

So it’s all about the grooming and keeping things swishy, for me. Hair products for natural hair – things that you can just bung in and leave. No tools required. Had I included my favourite tools in this video then they would have been – without a doubt – Mark Hill’s Wicked Waver and the Big Hair from Babyliss. Both incredibly easy to use, both pretty affordable. You can find my full review of the Wicked Waver here and there’s a video demo of the Babyliss here. Both can be bought at Boots.com.

Products Shown:

Philip Kingsley Products: http://tidd.ly/34f1bb6a

Goldwell Mask: http://tidd.ly/7cb45455

SEAH Cashmere Mask: http://tidd.ly/eb14ffff

Phyto 7: http://tidd.ly/fe92cf90

Toni & Guy Tropical Elixir: £3 off at Boots! http://tidd.ly/1846ebd6

Gielly Green Argan Rescue: http://www.ecobeautyshop.com/product/…

Wet Brush: http://goo.gl/hkTHl4

Ojon Protecting Treatment: http://amzn.to/1Hws7Mm

CoLab at BeautyMart: http://goo.gl/EqMiPS

Colab at Superdrug: http://tidd.ly/27df512a

Colab at Feelunique: http://bit.ly/1IgaVfL

Colab at BLOW Ltd: http://www.blowltd.com/haircare/dry-s…

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