Top products for dry, damaged and coloured hair

Since having my hair ombred, it's became quite dry at the ends and needs a bit more looking after than it did before. I've been using a range of products to add back in moisture and to help keep it feeling (and looking) shiny and healthy. 

top products for dry damaged and coloured hair

Yes To Cucumber Colour Care Conditioner - I picked up this jumbo sized conditioner ages ago in a TK Maxx haul, and I'm so glad I did! Not only does it help keep colour looking vibrant, but it also adds a nice amount of moisture to the hair without weighing it down. Yes To have just relaunched in the UK, so this product might have a slightly different label now, but I definitely recommend grabbing yourself one (find it in Waitrose)! £8.99 500ml

Naturtint Nutrideep Multiplier* - Naturtint offer a range of naturally based hair care and dyes, and the Nutrideep Multiplier aims to be both a day to day conditioner and a weekly intensive treatment. It's quite lightweight, and because it doesn't have any silicone in it (lots of conditioners do - silicone coats the hair in a film, making it look shiny, without it necessarily being healthy underneath), it can take a little getting used to. I found that this wasn't quite moisturising enough for me to use as a deep treatment, however if you haven't got bleached hair, I think it would work a treat. Instead, I use this as a day to day conditioner, and it leaves my hair feeling soft and healthy. £7.99

Weleda Nourishing Hair Oil* - Unlike a lot of hair oils which are mostly silicone and a tiny bit of oil, this one is packed with natural oils to give hair a shiny finish and nourish it at the same time. You can apply it to damp hair before styling, or on dry hair after styling, just be sparing - a little bit goes a long way! It has a refreshing rosemary scent which doesn't linger once applied, and I also like to use this mixed into my Macadamia weekly treatment sometimes for an even more intensive boost. £8.95

Free From Frizz Watermelon Blowout Conditioner* - Free From Frizz is designed to help reduce the amount of flyaways and frizz in hair rather than be a hardcore conditioner, but I've found that the frizz-taming properties have also done a great job at nourishing my dry ends. I rotate this with a few other conditioners throughout the week as it's quite lightweight, but it's my favourite to use when I leave my hair to dry naturally, as I know it will keep it looking smooth, even without lots of heat styling. The watermelon scent is also pretty special! Find it in Boots for £5.99. 

Macadamia Deep Repair Masque - a staple product for me, this super-nourishing mask leave my hair feeling super shiny and silky, without weighing it down. I tend to use this as an intensive treatment once a week to help repair my hair. I keep buying sachets for some reason, but I think I just need to bite the bullet and buy a massive tub of this, as I always end up coming back to it! £22.90 250ml

What are your favourite hair treatments? 

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  1. Loving the blog redesign Kat, it looks fab!
    The hair oil needs to go on my list, my hair is a nightmare at the moment (although that may be more down to me really needing a cut than anything else!)
    Chambray & Curls

  2. I wanted to love the Macadamia stuff but it didn't do much for me. Have you tried Hask brand? I love their Henna 'n' Placenta deep conditioner.


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