Hair Styling Products & Tools To Try
Seeing as I haven’t really done a hair related post in quite a while, I thought I’d share with you all 2 hair styling tool and 2 products that have been staples of mine. I can always rely on these products to help me achieve whatever hairdo I’m looking for!
Remington Pro Ceramic Straightener – A straighter is a must in my eyes as it is such a versatile product, allowing you to obtain sleek straight hair or to produce lovely waves or curls as well. I’ve had my Remington straighter for years as while it didn’t cost much at all, it has some great features like a range of adjustable temperatures, is light to hold, easy to use and it produces lasting straight hair.
Batiste XXL Dry Shampoo – Dry shampoo not only removes any greasy appearance from your hair but it also boosts its volume and adds texture, allowing hair to be more easily styled as well as slightly helping with the longevity of the hold. One dry shampoo pick of mine is the Batiste XXL Dry Shampoo which has been designed to increase the volume in your hair. It’s very affordable, leaves no residue once worked into the hair and really delivers on volume and reducing the grease from your hair.
Wella SP Styling Sublime Reflection Shimmering Spray – This is one of my favourite hair product discoveries of the past year or two and I’ve just purchased a new bottle as I love it so much. This spray adds a gorgeous, natural yet ‘wow’ shine to your hair after styling, making it look like you’ve had an in-salon styling session. It is very light on the hair and doesn’t weigh it down in any way but helps you achieve that red carpet, shiny locks look at home.
Parlux 385 Power Light Ionic & Ceramic Hair Dryer – A real splurge, purchasing a Parlux hair dryer is definitely worth it! This brand was recommended to me by a hairdresser and I’m so glad I purchased mine after my old hairdryer wasn’t working as well as it used to. This model is compact and light to hold but very powerful and it doesn’t make nearly as much noise as other hairdryers I’ve used in the past. It now only takes me minutes to dry my thick, long hair and the adjustable settings and nozzles allow you to control the amount of heat you’re using.
Have you tried any of these tools or products before?