Wednesday, 22 April 2015

How To Maintain Long Hair

I have long hair, like really long hair, like Rapunzel hair, and people are always asking me how I maintain it, how long it takes to wash, brush etc so I thought I'd write a post about my 5 favourite products for maintaining long luscious hair.

1. L'Oreal Elvive Nutri-Gloss Shampoo and Conditioner - I have tried so so many shampoos - Kerastase, Redken, Bumble & name it, I've tried it but I always come back to this L'Oreal one, which is surprising since it's not even expensive. It makes my hair super soft and shiny and I honestly can't praise it enough if you have long hair. For lovely shiny locks have a look here

2. Boots skin, hair and nail vitamins - just one of these little things a day makes my hair and nails grow really long, really fast. I'm still yet so see any benefits for my skin but they definitely work for hair and nails. You can buy them here

3. Mason & Pearson hairbrush - yes, they're expensive but in my opinion definitely worth the price tag. This brush is an investment (I've had mine for about 10 years and it's still going strong) and perfect for brushing your long locks without damaging your hair. there's different bristle types available - I have bristle & nylon for my main brush and purse bristle for my handbag brush. You can read more about them here

4. Kerastase Elixir Ultime - out of all the products listed this is definitely my favourite. This hair oil has changed my life (which is weird because Kerastase shampoo does nothing for me). It keeps my hair healthy and keeps those pesky split ends at bay. Living in London this is a must to prevent dry, frizzy ends. I squirt 2 pumps into my hands, rub them together then comb through my hair.I can't recommend it enough, check it out here

5. GHD straighteners - an oldie, but a goodie. I'm lucky that I have naturally straight hair so I don't need to straighten my hair too often, but we all have bad hair days, and my GHD's are my go to item when my hair is an out of control mess. I have these ones

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