I think its safe to say that we can all be a little lazy when it comes to using heat protector before using the hair dryer, so i usually lead towards a shampoo and conditioner my favorite being the Aussie 'Take the Heat' range. I have found it tames fly away and it smells incredible!
Having said that when it came to the bottom of the bottle and time to buy something new, i reached for the Garnier Ultimate Blends.
There are so many different types to chose from in this range, its hard to know which ones to choose!
For shampoo i opted for 'The Sleek Restorer' which is made with coconut oil and cocoa butter. Coconut oil is renowned for its amazing qualities that help soften hair and skin, much like cocoa butter that is super for getting shut of dryness. The Sleek Restorer claims super-sleek smoothness for dry and frizzy hair.
I love the packaging of the shampoo, I'm not sure what it is but it just looks really luxurious with the brown and bronze colours. Have i mentioned to scent? This smells divine, its like a sweet hint of chocolate, which i admit will not be to everyone's taste but i adore it!
The shampoo lathers really well, so it only needs a really small amount for good hair coverage. I chose the 400ml bottle so i am guessing it will last me quite a long time.
The conditioner i chose a different one from the range, I went for 'The Silky Smoother' which is made using vanilla milk and papaya which lend softening and revitalising properties to the conditioner. This conditioner claims to bring touchably smooth ends to mid-long hair with split ends.
Again for the scent this is scrummy, it is a super sweet fruity scent which lingers on the hair even after drying. However i am not so sold on the colours of the packaging, from the browns and bronzes looking really luxurious to peach and orange which doesn't look as nice - but its not all about the packaging right? This conditioner is one of the best i have tried in a long time, i apply it to towel dried hair and leave it to sit for a good 5 minutes and once rinsed it left my hair incredibly smooth and really easy to brush through afterwards.
What is your current favorite hair care?