Everyday Haircare Routine

I have naturally fairly straight hair, and so I am lucky in that I don't need to do much to it. My current hair routine is quite simple, I either leave it down and straighten any flicks out of the ends, or pin it up in a messy bun. When it comes to washing, I use Loreal's EverRiche Shampoo and Conditioner, which I picked up at Boots on a 2 for £8 deal. I love how soft they make my hair feel, and it gives my hair a lovely natural looking shine to it. I have coloured hair and this keeps my hair feeling healthy and free from split ends too. I use this daily and my hair always feels clean and fresh, with no build up. It has a lovely sweet scent to it that actually reminds me of shortbread, so that's an added bonus! My hair is naturally straight other than the ends; both sides flick left, I have no idea why! I tend to straighten them or curl them under so the ends tuck in. To straighten I use my TI Creative Styling Touch 2 Straighteners*,  which are fab as they heat up so fast, I can style my hair with them in about a minute and a half, which is great as I am often running late in the mornings. I treat my hair before hand with Trevor Sorbie's Beautifully Straightened Protect, Flatten and Shine Spray, to protect from the heat. I love the scent this adds to my hair, and it adds a lovely shimmer to my hair. I treat my hair at night with Trevor Sorbie's Beautifully Straightened Overnight Repair Treatment, which keeps the tips glossy and smooth and helps reduce the slightly mad flicks. I often pin my hair up in a messy bun, and I use my Denman styling brush for this, the softer bristles are great for backcombing, which helps it stay up. To keep everything in place, I use Trevor Sorbie's Beautifully Moisturised Moisture Barrier Hairspray, which holds everything up, without being sticky or crunchy in the slightest. I love this spray, as it doesn't smell anything like regular hairspray, a smell which I detest, and brushes out without any residue. 
What products do you use daily? I'd love to hear any recommendations! 

Labels: , , , ,