Wednesday, 29 January 2014

Hair Wish List

I think every girls beauty desire is to have long, healthy, big hair.

I've been trying my best over the last few years, trying endless volumising treatments, mousses and a lot of backbrushing (while trying to avoid looking like someone from MTV The Valleys!)

There is 100's of products available for us on the market that have golden promises to improve your Rapunzel locks. I've whittled it down to a few that our really catching my eye and trying to get me to spend my pennies!




Moroccanoil Treatments sprung on the scene a few years ago and I don't think anyone has looked back. I personally use them as a pre blow-dry product , they make my hair feel soft and look glossy (some people use it after they've styled their hair too, have you tried this?) Up until now I've been using cheaper alternatives as this one is expensive to say the least... but after hearing glowing, after glowing reviews of the original I think it's time to give it a go.


Anything that is advertised as a Volumising Foam has my attention immediately. I spotted this one on Feel Unique while searching for other KMS products (below). Big bouncy hair you will be mine!


I think the blogger with the most envied hair is Rosie from The Londoner. Her gorgeous blow-dry looks flawless in every single post. I definitely do not have the time, or patience to do this everyday but it's defnitely a look that can be achieved when you've got a bit more free time. She mentioned that she swears by the KMS TameFrizz Products, as soon as I read this they were TOP of my wishlist!

 

I can't really say I have thick hair, but I have a lot of hair, trying to brush it is a reoccurring nightmare. I even tried the famous Tangle Tamer after all the hype and it did nothing for me, it would literally do the top layer and then just get stuck.

Does anyone else wake up with the knots at the back of their head which makes you look like you've been dragged through a hedge in your sleep?! I usually just try and tackle my hair with a paddle brush but this looks really great in the video reviews I've seen, definitely going to pick this up.


Well, well, well... I've been naughty and left the best till last haven't I!

Now if you haven't heard of this product where have you been?! From what I've read this is basically a posh dry shampoo that gives amazing results. It's supposed add texture and movement to the hair and basically just make it look the bomb. The only thing that's been putting me off if the price tag, it's one of those 'oh next payday...' I think I just need to bite the bullet and get it!

Have you tried any of these products? What products would you recommend?

Stevie
xoxo


12 comments:

  1. I haven't actually tried the original Moroccan Oil yet, so talk about being late to the party but I'd like to get a little travel sized one since you only need so little of it :o) Xx

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  2. Really want the Oribe Dry Texturizing Spray but the price for a dry shampoo kills me x

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  3. I still haven't jumped on the Moroccan Oil train yet, I read more and more reviews of their products and mean to make the plunge and actually buy something!! That texturizing spray looks incredible too..!!


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  4. Have tried a few now, I can say the Moroccan Oil is my favourite by far. I find the results are much better than others I have tried, and I use it after styling...not sure why, I have just always gone that way. It leaves your hair so soft and glossy looking! The Oribe Spray has been on my wish-list for a while now too, it's the same thing putting me off...the price! I think one day I will end up giving in lol.

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  5. I've been looking at the Oribe products for so long but I can't bring myself to spend that much money! xx

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  6. hey! I am one of your followers on youtube and have just discovered your blog, it's lovely! I loved your videos though, hint hint (please make more ;) ) I would really appreciate it if you could follow me back :) xxx
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  7. I really want to try the Orbe texturising hair spray too. £38 is sooooo much for a hairspray though I can never bring myself to pay that. unless my lovely partner would like to buy it for me then I shall greatfully receive haha.
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  9. Hey Stevie - I absolutely love your blogspot!
    I have recently started up my own and it would mean the world to me if you could check my blog out (becksberrington.blogspot.com)
    Would be great if we could promote each other/ tell others on our blog about each other
    keep well
    Rebecca xx

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  10. These are really great gift ideas! Thanks for sharing!

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  11. The texturizing spray is very interesting. Where can I get it?

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