Friday, 28 December 2012

A Little Magic

Hey Guys!

I went to boots not so long ago to get some holiday bits for my holiday in Paris! I brought the Tony & Guy shampoo and conditioner for damaged hair (since mine is bleached!) and I also got some little bottles of Heat protector and Hairspray from Charles Worthington.

Also, Previously I got the Umberto Giannini Overnight Beauty Moisture Balm from Boots as my hair is very damaged and lacks Moisture and Protein - From Bleaching!

I also own a  small Kerastase Elixir (It looks so empty because I also gave some to my friend!)

How I used them:

Last Night I used some of  the Umberto Giannini Overnight Beauty Moisture Balm on the ends and mid lengths of my hair and also applied a little of the Kerastase Elixir on the ends.

 When I woke up in the morning I half expected my hair to feel all crispy like some overnight masks can make your hair but to my surprise it wasn't crispy at all! It felt a little softer already although that may be the influence of the Elixir.

In the morning I then proceeded to wash my hair instead of using my usual Bed Head Moister Manic I went for the little Tony&Guy bottles. I did two shampoo's one to get rid of the dirt and the other to allow to product to fully work (A trick I learnt from working in a hair salon) The Tony&Guy Cleanse Shampoo for Damaged Hair says it will ''Repair and revitalise dull damaged hair'' Even after the first lather I could tell the difference my hair did feel a lot softer and even more so after the second. I then went on to use the Tony&Guy Nourish Conditioner for Damaged Hair. The Conditioner claims to ''Repairs and revitalises hair in need of repair'' After applying the product through my ends and mid lengths I then massaged it into the roots for a few minutes when I washed it out it felt so soft - like silk! infact the feeling was the same as that of my usual Bed Head Manic Moisture conditioner!
After the first time of using these products I can say that they seem to be very very good!

I then towel dried my hair and applied the Charles Worthington Protect Heat Defence Spray. Which smells abit like watermelon (which could be the smell of the Moringa Seed Oil that it contains). The Spray was very light weight and not sticky to the touch! After blow drying my hair it felt very soft still and my split ends looked in much better conditon whereas the day before they were dry and splitting off!! (not good!!!)

I proceeded to straighten my hair (I know it's not good for it - but otherwise it would look like i'd been dragged threw a bush backwards!) I used again the Heat Spray for extra protection and after straightening my hair still felt silky soft!. After Straightening I used a little of the Exlier for a serum to the ends and some of the Charles Worthington Hairspray - which just like the heat spray isn't sticky or heavy on the hair!

In all I would definatly use these all again and recommend them! 

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