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.
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?