21 November 2016

Products For Frizz Free Hair

Say hello to nourished, soft hair with these two new-to-me hair saviours

I've been on somewhat of a haircare finding mission lately. In the last few months I've tried out things which I've liked and continued to use, but recently I've come across a couple of products that are complete game changers in the frizz free hair department.

Pureology Strength Cure Conditioner*
I've heard things about Pureology hair products here and there, but never tried anything, so when I got the chance to take it home as a gift from work, I was chuffed. This stuff is honestly amazing. It's the best conditioner I've tried and that's understandable because it's a more expensive hair product whereas I usually use fairly cheap haircare. It makes your hair feel like silk and really nourishes the ends - when you wash it off it feels like heaven. This has definitely improved my hair and made it feel less dry.

Moroccan Oil Blow Dry Concentrate*
I've been using a couple of oils on damp hair recently, but they don't really compare to this product. I've been wanting to try Moroccan Oil products out for a long time, and this is a great one to start with. I believe my hairdresser uses this as it has the same smell - I'm so happy I can use it with every wash now because it makes a huge difference to my hair. When applied just before blow drying the hair, it makes everything look smoother and less frizzy once dry. Once I've straightened my hair as well, I've pretty much achieved Cher from Clueless hair goals.

Have you tried anything from these two brands? I'm in love with what I've tried so far!




  1. Anonymous9:40 am

    I haven't tried any of those brands but now I really want to :-)

    Hannie from Missing Wanderer

    1. These products are fab so I'm excited to try more! x

  2. I always try to provide high-quality care for my hair and body. I like to read different reviews on WritemyPapers.org about new products that appear at our market. I've been using a couple of products on damp hair recently, but they don't really compare to the above ones.


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