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Favourite Products For Dry Winter Hair

Come winter time, I’m not sure about you but my hair gets dry. My roots, not so much because I’m oily. But the rest of it is really crying out for moisture. Over the years I’ve used so many different products and I’ve finally found my favourites. This post covers quite a lot of products, but even if you introduced a couple of these into your routine, I’m sure your locks will thank you.

Tigi S-Factor Papaya Leave In Moisture Spray* has been a favourite of mine for quite a while. I’ve used it so many times and I don’t think I’ve even made too much of a dint in this product. It smells delicious and when I use it my hair feels nice and moisturised. It looks shiny and feels smooth too. On a lazy day, sometimes I’ll just use this product on its own and I feel like I’m good to go. It’s probably not a miracle worker for the hair and only helps it on the surface though, so I usually go in with more products (when I’m not feeling lazy).

Muk Head Muk 20 in 1 Miracle Treatment* is clearly one of those all in one products. I know I use others along with it, but I’m just a bit of a product junkie This product does lots of stuff. so it’s also another great lazy day hair product. The interesting thing about this treatment is that it’s pretty light. If you’re like me with oily hair and feel scared of using treatments because you’re worried they’ll make you more oily or weigh your hair down, definitely give this one a shot.

On those days where nothing seems to make my hair look or feel good I go in with a combination of the John Frieda Frizz Ease Original 6 Effects Serum* and Garnier Fructis Full & Luscious Daily Leave in Serum*. Most of the times when I apply heat to my hair, I use the Frizz Ease Serum but I especially love comboing it with the Garnier one. These two products make my hair feel like I’ve just gone to a salon for a treatment.

The only in shower product that I’m mentioning in this post is the Wella Brilliance Treatment For Colored Hair*. This would have to be my favourite conditioner or in shower treatment of all time. I’ve had this tub for what seems like forever and it’s still half full. It smells delicious and leaves my hair feeling incredibly smooth. I probably only need to leave it in for 10-15 seconds and it already makes a large impact. Once and a while when my hair really needs some TLC, I’ll leave it on the entire duration of my shower. I love it so much that I actually transfer it into a mini tub so I can take it with me on holidays. Even though this is a winter post, I definitely use this all year long. It also says for coloured hair but you don’t really have to have coloured hair to enjoy this product. It just means that this is safe for colour treated hair.

Last up is the GHD Advanced Split End Therapy*. Sorry for the not so great photograph but the packaging is very reflective. I love using this whenever I straighten my hair .I did an entire post on this product which you can read here, but essentially you apply it to damp hair, focusing on the ends and dry your hair. When you then straighten your hair, it supposedly locks in the formula which lasts up to 10 days. Not sure about all the claims, but it makes my hair feel and look really lovely.

Okay I know that was a lot to digest and to just add a little bit of perspective, I think I may have only used these products all together maybe once or twice. But, these are the products that I reach for when my hair is drier than normal during winter and needs a pick me up.

To see my current winter nail polish faves click here and click here to see my favourite Winter Lip shades.

What hair products do you reach for during winter?
Do you use any of these products aswell?

*Products marked with an asterisk have been provided for editorial consideration. For more information, please read my disclaimer.

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