Breaking Hair Shampoo - £8.99, Breaking Hair Conditioner - £8.99, Breaking Hair Split Ends Serum - £9.99, Breaking Hair Treatment - £10.99Ok, so I stepped over the £10 mark with the Breaking Hair Treatment but it's extra points on your Advantage Card right? Having previously used Lee Stafford, this brand is a must, the texture of the product is so smooth it feels ever so light on your hair. The smell definitely leaves your hair feeling extremely fresh, it's something I've never been able to describe. The style of the packaging has always been a favourite of mine, the playfulness of the words just reflects everything about the product. After using products similar to this and seeing how much it changed my hair for the better, I would recommend this to anybody! I'd recommend using the Breaking Hair Treatment every Sunday for maybe an hour, just tie your hair in a loose bun or plait, rinse and leaving the hair to dry naturally, always have at least one day a week where there is no heat involved; I'd personally leave the conditioner in for five minutes to give your hair that little bit of umph it'll need. Seen as the majority of people have Sunday as their 'lazy day' it may be the best day to have a lazy day with your hair!
James Brown London Richly Moisturising Shampoo for Dry Hair - £6.12, James Brown London Richly Moisturising Conditioner for Dry Hair - £6.12
I'll be honest I've never used this product or any of James Brown's products, but the professional and customer reviews I have read are outstanding. The price is slightly high, however if it does the job why not pay for it? Especially if it'll get those dry and dampened locks into luxurious shiny locks, which sounds better I know I'd go for the shiny hair, make heads turn this winter, don't let this big freeze or horrid rain damage that hair!
John Frieda Full Repair Shampoo - £5.89, John Frieda Full Repair Conditioner - £5.89, John Frieda Full Repair Deep Conditioner £6.29
Ah, the wonderful John Frieda. Having used this brand from a young age it's always been a favourite. My Dad once said to me if I wanted the blonde streaks to surface more, I should try John Frieda's Sheer Blonde or Go Blonder products, I did just that and my blonde appeared all summer. But now it's winter, and this Full Repair range is a must; the girls at Boots as soon as I asked them what's the best products to use for dry and damaged hair told me this. I'll be honest, I haven't used this but I have used the Brilliant Brunette range and Frizz Ease, they have done the most amazing things to my hair. It's soft, it's shiny and it's definitely smooth; if they can do that and that's not what they're designed for, image what the Full Repair range will do for your hair. I'll definitely be trying this range when my Frizz Ease range has reached it's emptiness.
Aussie Mega Shampoo - £4.49, Aussie Mega Instant - £4.49, Aussie 3 Minute Miracle Reconstructor - £4.99
Aussie is that sort of brand that you have to try at least once in your life; the smell is to die for. It stays in the hair all day long, I can say the more my boyfriend nuzzled into my hair the more I received the compliments. Who doesn't want compliments from those who we love? I know I definitely do! The best way to nourish the hair is to relax in the bath for three minutes with the Mega Shampoo on, rinse leave the Mega Instant Conditioner in for 5 - 10 minutes, rinse and finally add the 3 Minute Miracle, only for this time to leave it in for an hour. I wouldn't recommend any longer as it could be difficult to rinse, but after an hour once a week can promise you your hair will be in that silky smooth condition it once was.
Do you have any recommendations?