I do however like to treat my hair regularly with intensive products to try and rectify the damage I have caused!
Over the last few weeks I have been testing out different products so here is a run down of my faves.
Paul Mitchell Forever Blonde Conditioner-200ml-£14.95
Rich, thick conditioner. Not much is needed to to coat hair and make it feel de-tangled and smooth during washing.
Containing Macadamia nut oil and Safflower to deeply nourish and hydrate the hair shaft.
This particular conditioner helps to brighten a dulling blonde hair. After I had dried my hair my boyfriend actually asked if I had been and had my hair highlighted again, and he is a boy who generally would never notice something like this!!
Hair feels more manageable and smoother and it really did freshen my blonde.
Definitely a product I would purchase again.
Liz Earle Botanical Shine treatment-150ml-£14.50
I loved this treatment conditioner. It smells divine during washing and the scent lingers on your hair all day. Jam packed full of botanical ingredients including Blue sea kale (basically a sea cabbage). It lives in nutrient poor conditions (just like my hair) and will help to maintain your hair colour without dulling it down.
Sumac wax which is used by Japanese sumo wrestlers to maintain their sleek hair helps to control frizz and manageability.
Cotton extract to protect hair and give it it's silky texture, orange, apple and Yangu oil extract to flatten the hair cuticle and Red algae to help build a barrier against dryness.
This conditioner is particularly good for course, frizzy hair. My hair tends to be a coarse texture underneath where I seem to get curly ringlets of frizz! This conditioner definitely smoothed the hair at it's frizziest parts.
Performs better when left on as more of a treatment. After shampooing I applied this through mid and ends and the gently combed through with a wide toothed comb. Left for 10 minutes and then washed off. My hair was mega shiny and felt light and swooshy! My hair never feels swooshy!
I would keep this one in your cupboard as an emergency deep conditioner when your hair has gone wild and needs to be shown who is boss!
Tommy Guns Jasmine, wild nettle and sweet almond oil conditioner-250ml-£5.50
I love the smell of Jasmine anyway so knew this would be a winner on scent alone.
I really like the small plastic bottles also, they look pretty on my bathroom shelf..and that's important!
This range is really affordable too which is great.
This conditioner moisturises and soothes the scalp if you suffer from any irritation.
Sweet almond oil provides deep conditioning , wild nettle conditions and Jasmine leaves your hair smelling amazing. My hair felt really soft and shiny after washing although I did find it did seem to get greasier quicker than normal. Maybe I was using too much product.
These are three favourites at the moment. Have you found any great conditioners that work for your dry hair?