Sunday, 26 April 2015

A Little TLC for The Locks ♡


Me and my boyfriend recently visited his brother and sister in law down in London, we had an absolutely amazing time and i got a good bit of advice for my hair too!

Nathan's sister in law is a head stylist at one if the Vidal Sassoon salons and she offered to give my hair a little trim which of course i was more than happy about - she did grimace slightly when i told her it had probably been a good year - year and a half since i had last had a trim! *naughty me!* 

When she trimmed my hair she said that i has some breakage to the underneath of my hair and obviously had a ton of split ends, she also said that my hair was quite dry. I asked what she  would recommend to help it out and she said to try get a shampoo, conditioner and hair masque that has protein in it. 

The protein with help the hair lock in moisture but also make it a lot stronger and less inclined to break. So i scoured Feel Unique and there is quite a few good - and pricey!- hair treatments on there, i really recommend the Aveda Damage Remedy range, it smells very spa like but works like a dream on the hair! 

A bit of a long back story but today i wanted to share a masque that has done wonders for my hair and is a lot more accessible and affordable then the Aveda ones. Charles Worthington Salon at Home Mineral Hair Rescue Masque. I got mine from Boots for just £5.99, it comes in a good sized 150ml pot which is lasts for quite a while, i've used mine twice a week for about 3 weeks now and i still have half left.

This little masque has so many amazing ingredients for you hair like Argan Oil to nourish, Marine Minerals to aid recovery and helps hair grow and Conditioning Proteins which help replace the hairs natural proteins lost during heat staying and make hair stronger and more healthy looking!

The masque also comes in a little pot with a flip up lid so its really easy to get exactly the right amount of product and you don't have to worry about squeezing a bottle to an inch of its life when its getting toward the end! 

The masque has made my hair look and feel so much more healthy. It super soft and so easy to brush through after a shower - i will definitely continue to buy this masque its super cheap and just amazing!

What are your favourite hair masque?




27 comments:

  1. My hair is so dry since I moved to London, I am applying all sorts of masks but they don't do that much. The best one so far is Kerastase Ciment Anti Usure :) x Ania http://aniaaniapawlak.blogspot.co.uk

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    1. oo i will have to look into that one! xx

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  2. This sounds amazing, I never use anything like this, I just cover my hair in coconut oil and hope for the best haha x
    www.claire-frances.blogspot.co.uk

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    1. I've read so many great things about coconut oil for hair care but when it comes round to shopping for something it totally slips my mind! I'll have to try to remember! xx

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  3. My fave hair mask is the L'oréal EverPure, it leaves your hair so soft and tangle free :) I just put up a post on my blog on the Estee Lauder EE cream if you're interested, check it out :)

    Samantha Series

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    1. Heya Samantha Thank so much for letting me know ill have a read now! xx

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  4. This sounds amazing! I need to get my self something for my hair as I don't bother going to the hairdressers for trims!

    Fix Me In Forty Five - A Beauty & Lifestyle Blog
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    1. I know who has time for that :/ hehe xx

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  5. This sounds great, definitely need to try something like this :)

    Kirsty | www.kirsty.ws

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    1. It really is lovely for my hair! xx

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  6. I've only just started using hair masks and they're making such a difference to the elasticity of my hair! I also swear by hair oil sprays, literally just 3 or 4 sprays makes it feel and look so much healthier! x

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    1. I was using the Caudalie Divine Oil for such a long time and now you mention it, it was so nice one my hair, going have to repurchase that! xx

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  7. I love the argan oil from Lory's.
    It's very nice to my hair.
    This one looks great too
    XO

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    1. I love argon oil too, but i sometimes go a little over board with it and my hair looks like it needs a good washing again! xx

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  8. I absolutely love the Charles Worthington Salon at Home range, I have their dry shampoo and heat protect and they both smell divine and take me to hair heaven. I haven't tried this one out, but I'm really tempted! Amazing post - as always, Kirsty! :)

    Karis // karisatkinson.blogspot.co.uk

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    1. Thanks Karis! I'll have to look into their dry shampoo, I've been using Batiste for who knows how long but it can make my scalp itch a little! xx

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  9. Oh I love the sound of this mask, and that it has a flip top lid - so much easier than a screw cap xx

    Gemma ♥ | Miss Makeup Magpie

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    1. I know its so much easier, don't have to chance throwing product all over the bath trying to get the lid back on! xx

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  10. Oo I'll definitely try this masque! I've used the Frizzease and Herbal Essences ones and both work really well!

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  11. This sounds exaaactly like what my hair needs! Will definitely be on the lookout for this - thanks for the recommendation!

    How handy for you having a hair expert for a sister in law though!? Oh and don't worry, I'm looong overdue a haircut too!

    Sinéad xo ♥ fabuleuse, toujours ♥

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    1. I know! I just give her a quick text and she lets me know what she recommends! Perfect! heheh xx

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  12. I tend to just use pure coconut oil as a hair mask before I shampoo, my hair comes out super soft and smells so nice too!

    Mona :) x
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    1. ahh, i never thought of using it before shampooing! Thank you so much for the tip! xx

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  13. I tend to just use pure coconut oil as a hair mask before I shampoo, my hair comes out super soft and smells so nice too!

    Mona :) x
    www.thevirtuousvixen.com

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  14. I'm naughty too cause I don't cut my hair no where near as much as I should. I'm prone to giving it the odd trim myself.. opps! My hair is naturally thin and in a bit of a state tbh. I wish I had thicker hair! xx

    Kate | A British Sparkle

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    1. I'm the same, when I'm sat at my desk at work i gave a few split ends a seeing to :/ hahah xx

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