"There's more to life than hair but it's a good place to start" The Aussie Philosophy
I have been waiting for some time to share with you my new miracle hair product. I hesitated using the word 'miracle' just there as it is in the title of the product, but it is deserving of this self-granted title! A few months ago (probably quite a long time ago actually..) after coming to realise how badly damaged my hair had become from my rituals of bleaching and dying it, I was in boots and headed to the Aussie haircare section, picking up this leave-in conditioner as the third thing in a 3 for 2 deal. The other products I got were two hair masks, which I may blog on at some point, but I'm always unsure whether they have helped much or not. I didn't pay much attention to this leave-in conditioner until around a month ago, however, and since then I have not looked back.
This product costs £4.49 full price and you can find it at this boots link here. It is enriched with jojoba oil which nourishes damaged hair - your hair doesn't need to have been colour damaged, things like indoor heating, air conditioning and heat styling damage your hair too, stopping it from reaching its full potential of shininess and glossiness. It also smells divine. The packing is like eye-candy too - I especially love the little kangeroo silhouettes around the neck of the bottle.
I use this leave-in conditioner every day, immediately after getting out the shower when my hair is still wet. The product isn't sticky so you can spray a lot on - even close to your scalp - and still receive lovely results. What this product does is not only detangle your locks (so pretty nifty to spritz on after your shower!) but makes your hair so so smooth! My hair almost feels like its back to a more natural-feeling good condition! Even just a month ago the bottom section of my hair which was previously bleached and ombred felt horrifically dry and coarse, which is pretty unpleasant! I strongly recommend this to every one of you reading this! And it lasts seemingly forever, so it's a fabby investment!