The Five Products That Will Save Your Hair


Good Morning Lovelies, 

A few weeks ago, I bravely decided to just cut my hair. Due to having natural curls, I get straggly looking ends easily, which can become super knotty. Experiencing this is a right pain, however, I didn’t want to pay £30 or more to just have them cut off. It honestly didn’t warrant that much. 

There so, after watching a few YouTube videos I took the plunge. I have to say that I don’t think I did a bad job to be honest lovelies! They matched in length, all the horrid ends were gone and my hair brush glided through easier. I think I will continue to look after my hair on my own, as it saved so much time, money and worrying in the end. 

After taking the scissors to my hair, I got thinking about what I do to look after my hair, as it has really been through a lot. When I was younger, it was super thick. Then it really thinned out when my illness was at its worst. Now still very thin in comparison, I have been able to give it back a bit of life. All through using the following products that I wanted to share with you all. 

I hope that if you are finding or having the same issues these items can help you too…

L’Oréal Paris Elvive Dream Lengths Shampoo for Long, Damaged Hair, £2.25: Having only just converted to this in January, I am now never going back. Hardly using any product at all, this still makes the world of difference, as my hair looks, smells and feels better. 

L'Oréal Paris Elvive Dream Lengths Wonder Water 8 Second Hair Treatment, £5: Taking only eight seconds to work its magic, I apply this straight after shampooing instead of using a conditioner. With many conditioners weighing down my thin hair, this wonder water nourishes the lengths of my hair easily in no time at all.

L’Oréal Paris Elvive Dream Lengths No Haircut Cream, Leave-in Conditioner for Long Damaged Hair, £8: After washing my hair, I towel dry it for a few moments and then apply this cream to the ends before brushing it through. This cream smells amazing and has made my hair stronger too. 

Barbie Hairbrush, £10: My mum got me this brush a few years ago from TruffleShuffle. Unfortunately they no longer stock it, yet, if it makes a comeback then definitely grab one lovely. Soft and gentle, it works a treat without damaging my scalp. 

Thick Brown Pony Bands, £1: To finish off my hair, I plait it into the style of Wednesday Addams. When I was in school, I used to always have it in a pony tail. However, after asking a haircare expert, I started plaiting it more when they told me it was better for my hair. I love how many different styles I can now do with it during and after it’s been styled this way. 

I didn’t realise how much the L’Oréal products had made such a difference until I was writing out what I used. This isn’t a plug or collaboration at all. I actually got the water product reduced in Tesco’s and picked up the conditioner cream when I couldn’t find another product anymore. Both are now a staple in my bathroom. My hair smells incredible and I love how soft it is now. I would definitely recommend them lovelies. 

I love a good hair product, more than any make up item, so if you have any recommendations, please do let me know. I will definitely give them a go! I hope that the above can help you and your hair too lovelies! 

Joey X

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