A Hair Overhaul

Tigi Totally Baked* – £12.50
Tigi Sugar Dust* – £10.95
For the hair care lover.

Tigi Totally Baked* – £12.50
Tigi Sugar Dust* – £10.95

When it comes to my hair, I have definitely turned into a bit of a products snob. As you may have noticed in my Haircare Routine Video, I like to use a range of branded products to wash and style my hair before blow drying and I have collected a huge amount of amazing products to do so. These are a few products that I have been meaning to add to my collection for a while and I have to say I would recommend them all. There is a volumiser, a smoother, a volumising dust and a setting hair spray. So your whole hair routine sorted in four products. The majority are from Dirty Looks, a gorgeous online hair palace that specialises in Hair Extensions.

The S Factor Smoothing Lusterizer is a product that helps to defrizz and tame your hair before blow drying. I add a 20p amount into my hair, turn my head upside down, and smooth this through the lengths of the hair. The scent is incredible in sweet strawberry, and probably the nicest hair product scent there is. After drying, the hair just seems to have more body and texture, taking away the fly away, frizzy appearance. I adore this now.

Totally Baked is again a scent to die for. This time in a Lemon Meringue scent, I apply this product as I would my texturising cremes or volume foams. This comes out as a foam, or hair meringue as it is sweetly called, and I again tip my hair upside down to apply this to the upper lengths near to my roots, roughly squeezing it through the hair. This creates more volume and bounce after drying and again this works brilliantly if youre after a volumising foam. If you love Lemon, then this is a gem.

The sugar dust is a product similar to a number of the volumising powder products. You apply it to areas of the hair that you hope to create root lift, and it clings to the hair like sticky talc that boosts and sets the hair better than hair spray can. This one works really well and I have just applied this into sections of my hair at the roots, ruffled up my hair to look more voluminous and hey presto, your hair is set in place. This is a product you definitely need to have in your collection of hair goodies.

The Lee Stafford hairspray can be found in Boots or other high street drug stores. I used to be crazy for Lee Stafford years ago and haven’t bought his products since. Yet, this hairspray I have been really loving. It comes out the bottle really evenly so you can create styles much easier and it helps to hold the hair if you’re looking for a little more volume. Again I spray this into roots to create root lift and I find it doesn’t make the hair crispy, but light and volumised. So another thumbs up from me actually. If you’re looking for something with extreme hold though, this isnt’ for you. But an everyday hairspray, winner. 

Hopefully this has helped you decide on one or two new hair goodies that you can maybe ask for for Christmas? Hair products are definitely my favourite type of products at the moment. What are you currently loving?

V x