My Top 5 Hair Products
There are so many products on the market these days for your hair, from keratin treatments promising sleek, silky hair to products claiming to fix dry, damaged, over processed hair. Choosing the right products can be overwhelming and even cost a small fortune. As a Hair Specialist who has been in the industry for over 15 years I've seen many products come and go, some good some bad. I love trying out products and trialling it before recommending them to my clients.
I personally try using products which are vegan, cruelty free, and ideally formulated gluten free. The below products are my absolute 'go-to' products and never fails leaving my hair feeling sleek, nourished and healthy.
ᴀʀʙᴏɴɴᴇ ꜱʜᴀᴍᴘᴏᴏ ᴀɴᴅ ᴄᴏɴᴅɪᴛɪᴏɴᴇʀ - A fresh matcha green-tea scent, formulated with pea protein, sustainably sourced Baobab, and ashwagandha root, removes buildup while making your hair look and feel naturally luminous, silky and healthy. The perfect combo.
ᴍᴀᴜɪ ʜᴀɪʀ ᴍᴀꜱᴋ - A unique blend of 100% pure Aloe Vera juice as the first ingredient, followed by Coconut Water, Shea Butter, Macadamia & Coconut Oil. This intense mask leaves your hair silky, tangle free and gleaming with shine. (For optimum results, allow the steam from the shower to penetrate each strand.)
ʙᴇᴅ ʜᴇᴀᴅ ᴀꜰᴛᴇʀ ᴘᴀʀᴛʏ ꜱᴇʀᴜᴍ - Lightweight and smoothing enhances shine, provides gloss and a gorgeous soft finish.You can apply it to wet hair or dry hair to give it a revitalised and refreshed look. (And what an unique shaped product 😉)
ᴀʀʙᴏɴɴᴇ ᴅʀʏ ᴏɪʟ - Pequi Oil helps minimise the look of frizz and sustainably sourced baobab moisturises hair with essential hydration nourishment. The result is sleek hair with a gorgeous shine.
I always try to use products that are silicone, paraben and sulphate free. Silicone coats your hair giving it the illusion of sleek hair, however the product build up will over time weigh your hair down. Paraben allows products to last longer however can cause hair to go dry and brittle. And sulphates will strip the hair of it's natural oils, dehydrating it which causes breakage.