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The One with the Hair Favourites

I get asked about the condition and texture of my hair, a lot. So I always like to show you a few of the products I have been loving. These are just three..

Tigi Bed Head Totally Baked Volumising Hair Meringue
Tigi S Factor Smoothing Lusterizer
Kerastase Elixir Ultime

I have used the Bed Head and S Factor Tigi products for quite a while now and they have become absolute must haves for me. After I have washed my hair and towel dried slightly, I will add a hand full of the Totally Baked hair meringue into my roots and lengths. This product smells divine, like lemon meringue pie, and does a great job of volumising and thickening up your hair when dried. I have a few of these volumising mousses and this is one I always alternate between. Now that my others have all been used up, this is my current go to.
The Smoothing lusterizer is a defrizzer and tamer, for relaxing the hair before drying to leave your hair much softer and smoother. The smell of this is better than any other product I own. Strawberries and cream scented, it is just a dream to apply. This is something I will rush out to buy as soon as its all gone, as I use it every time I wash my hair. After I have added the Totally Baked mousse into my hair, I then take a 10p piece size sample of this, mix it between my fingers and then run my fingers through the lengths of my hair to apply to each strand. The scent of lemon meringue mixed with strawberries is just heavenly, I cant even describe. The hair is left so healthy looking, soft and so much smoother when it is dried. 
The Kerastase Elixir Ultime I bought from the Rush Shop as a change from my Moroccan Oil. Ive heard so much about this product, I was desperate to put it to the test, plus the colour of this bottle is so pretty. The oil can be added into the lengths and ends of the hair, depending on what you prefer. I usually add a 50p size piece of this into my hands, rubs them together and then disperse the product over the ends of my damp hair, really massaging and rubbing it into the ends. Anything left on my hands I then apply over the lengths. This oil helps to add shine, protects the hair from damaging brushing and heat, and nourishes and conditions the hair. It also smells beautiful which is always a bonus. Whilst I do like this product a lot, and I feel it does add radiance and shine into the hair as well as a lightweight and healthy finish, I don’t think it replenishes the ends of my hair the same as Moroccan Oil. So if you’re after an intense conditioning oil for the damaged ends of your hair, I would suggest Moroccan Oil. But if you need something to add some life, shine and conditioning treatment back into your hair, this is one of the best. 
What hair gems are you loving recently?

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