tangobabe just mentioned that she is constantly looking for the perfect hair products and so am I. Certainly now with my new hairdo I need to manage it. So I will start listing what I have and what works.
Can you do the same? Who knows. It may just help us all find the perfect hair products!
Kerastase nutritive, Oleo-relax: helps with getting the frizz out of hair and gives the hair more shine. It works fairly well and sofar this has been the product I'm most pleased with, even though it's not perfect.
Goldwell, kerasilk, anti-frizz serum: did not like it as much as Kerastase mentioned above, but perhaps I did not give it a fair chance.
Elizeir 79: According to their website "From a distant land with a wealth of history and centuries-old traditions comes Elixir79, the beauty potion that gives your hair the shine and splendour of Gold, the most precious of metals." Have not used this much and should try it on my new hairstyle. I don't think I loved it on my first try...
KMS California, Add volume, volumizing spray. This one will come in very handy with my new hairstyle. It actually works!
Goldwell, sun reflects: helps to protect my hair colouring from the sun. Can't really jugde if this works well or not.
KMS hairplsy, sea salt spray: adds fullness and texture. Have not tried this much as my previous hairstyle dis not need that much volume.
Goldwell, brilliance B, sparkling fix: brilliance hairspray for colour treated hair. Forgot I even had this! Should try again.
Organix, soft & silky vanilla silk, silk serum: to nourish & moisturize, strenghten and seal hair's cuticles, revitalizing hair, creating silky, smooth shiny hair. Ay, forgot about this one too. Somewhere hidden in back of cupboard!
Aesop, rose hair & scalp moisturizing masque: especially for damaged and coloured hair. Should use this more often, but never seem to find the time.
Wow, I never even realised I had this many hair products. Some were bought, others gifted. I have now put them altogether in view so I can try them out a little better.
So what are your best hair products? What helps your hair most? Do you use regular masques? Or do you go for special treatments at the hair dressers.
Let's make this the definitive thread on hair products!