My Top Five Hair Products

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Hi everyone! I recently wrote a guest post for the lovely charlotte from lilmisschickas (LINK) while she was away in Disney Land (lucky thing!) discussing my favourite and most used hair products and just in case you missed it over there, I thought I'd pop it up on my own blog too. My hair is something I always get asked about so here are my staple products that I use on a regular basis to keep it healthy and happy!

ghd Straight & Smooth Spray*
If you use heat on your hair, no matter how often, its so important to use a good heat protector. This Straight & Smooth spray from ghd is brilliant as it protects the hair from damage as well as helping to banish fly-aways and frizz. It only takes seconds to spritz it all over my hair before I blow-dry it and I see a huge difference in the finished result of my hair after using it.

Moroccan Oil
Ah Moroccan oil, the cult hair product amongst most bloggers. If you've never tried this glass bottle of wonder, you need to, NOW. Seriously, this stuff has transformed the condition of my hair. For reference my hair is bleach with blonde highlights so its very prone to dryness. Before I started using this product, nothing would help my hair feel soft, smooth and healthy. However, since applying one pump of this to my hair each time I wash it (around three times a week), my hair has never been so healthy. I can honestly say my hair now feels silky soft and is so shiny that you'd never know I've abused it for years with bleach. Its also helped my hair grow a LOT too. I'm now the proud owner of hair thats almost down to my waist, something I never thought I'd achieve.

Macadamia Deep Repair Hair Masque*
When I'm having a pamper in the bath, I love nothing more than treating my hair to a mask. I don't have time to do them quite as often as I'd like but when I do get chance, I slather one all over my hair and relax. However, other than being a great sidekick for bath times, they also work wonders at giving hair a deep condition. When my hairs feeling particularly rubbish, I know a good hair mask will give it what it needs to feel good again. This one from Macadamia contains macadamia oil (who'd of guessed it) which nourishes the hair, improves elasticity and adds shine. My hair is much easier to manage after using this product and silky soft too. Its also the most beautiful scented hair product I've ever used - it smells good enough to eat.

John Frieda Sheer Blonde Leave-in Conditioner
If you want to get your hair in good condition but haven't got time to apply masks, treatments and a whole host of other lotions and potions, then this convenient spray will be perfect for you. Ideal for someone with a busy lifestyle (like me), this leave-in conditioner can be spritzed over wet or dry hair within a matter of seconds and left to work its magic. I tend to spray it on my hair most evenings before bed to give my hair an extra bit of nourishment and prevent it from drying out. This one is designed specifically for blondes but I'm sure John Frieda do one for all hair types too so make sure you check it out when your next passing by Boots or Superdrug. Its super affordable and smells amazing too.

Vo5 Backcomb Spray*
If like me you're a fan of big bouncy hair, you must give this product a try. Its designed to give the hair an extra bit of 'oomph' around the crown and when sprayed onto my roots and teased with a backcombing brush, it helps to keep my hair in place and provide long lasting volume. I don't use it every day purely because it would cause a build-up and require me to wash my hair more frequently but for nights out when you want a bit of extra glamour, its fabulous.


So there we have it, my top five hair products that help keep my hair in tip-top condition and looking its best at all times. I really hope you enjoyed finding out a little bit more about each of them and have maybe found something new to try.


Have you tried any of these products? What are your favourite hair products? 


Lots of Love,

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55 comments

  1. oooh, i really need to try that backcomb spray.. my hair definitely lacks volume! xxx

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  2. I might try out the John Frieda one whilst I recuperate this month. For masks right now i'm actually really enjoying the Herbal Essences Bee Strong One. It smells so yummy!

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  3. Love Vo5 volume sprays and i reallt need to try the Moroccan Oil! xo

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  4. I'm in love with any kind of hair oil. My favourite one so far is the Amargan Hair Therapy Oil but I'm very keen to try the Moroccan Oil as well.

    Lucy x

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  5. I love VO5, their products always work so well! xxx

    Maddy from UNSTITCHEDD 

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  6. I've just ran out of Moroccan Oil and I was desperate to get my hands on some more of it but as it's a bit pricey I think I'll try the John Freida leave in conditioner for a bit instead! :) Thanks for sharing!

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  7. I so love Moroccan Oil, it smells amazing and leaves my hair looking and feeling so healthy. It has really helped my hair to grow too xxx
    Gemma ♥ | MissMakeupMagpie

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  8. I desperately want to try Moroccan oil, that Macadamia mask looks lovely too!
    X

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  9. Gosh I really want to try that backcombing spray now!
    Sophie
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  10. oooh that backcombing spray sounds great!! :)
    xxx
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  11. I love the macadamia deep hair repair mask! xx

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  12. Ooh I really want to try Moroccan oil, sounds perfect for my dry hair.
    Emma x
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  13. I really want to try the moroccon oil and the macadamia products!

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  14. Ahhh you and your Moroccan oil! Haha I still really need to try it!
    xx

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  15. I'm desperate to grow my hair longer so since you mentioned that Moroccan oil helps with that, I've gone out and bought some. So thanks for the tip!

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  16. I really can't wait to get my hands on that Macadamia hair mask and some moroccan oil. I've been waiting really patiently for my hair to grow and it seems to be doing okay, but my hair gets very dry very quickly, so those should be good to fill it with moisture again! Thankyou for reviewing these products :)

    Amyloo xx

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  17. I love my Moroccan oil its defo a holy grail product and im a sucker for some vo5 too. lovely post honey x


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  18. I've never tried Macadamia products before, but I'm really tempted to give them a go! :)

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  19. The Macadamia Masque sounds lovely!

    Katie x and-katie.com

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  20. Really want to try the VO5 backcomb spray - I have the Umberto Gianni backcomb in a bottle spray but the scent is really overpowering x

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  21. Really want to try so many of these products, I really want to try some GHD products as I love my GHDs

    Rosie
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  22. I'm a sucker for Bumble and Bumble products, but I love the VO5 backcombing spray too! xx

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  23. I would like to use Moroccan oil on my hair. I have heard its really good for the hair.
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  24. I would love to try out moroccan oil after hearing you and many others do nothing but sing its praises! I have collected a little too many hair oils to justify a purchase right now, though definitely when one runs out I will give it a go! X

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  25. I definitely need to buy that Moroccan Oil - I've been getting little dupe items as I can't bear to part with that much money all at once, but in reality, this has probably added up to over the amount of one bottle! ^.^;

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  26. I have been thinking of buying the backcombing spray as my hair is quite flat, and it sounds like it would add some volume :)

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  27. great post, I really like Macadamia Deep Repair Hair Masque. I have only tried the sample but I notice a great different when I tried it :)

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  28. i really want to try the moroccan oil and the hair mask

    yukluistyle

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  29. I always love your hair posts as they totally apply to my hair. Have you tried anything else from the John Frieda Sheer Blonde range? I used to swear by the Fudge purple shampoo for keeping any brassiness out of my hair but now that I've gone a shade lighter it has been leaving a purple tinge. I would love to know if the sheer blonde products actually lighten your hair xx
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  30. I really want to try the macadamia products!

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  31. One of my favourites is Batiste dry shampoo, but I would love to try Moroccan Oil!

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  32. Love the post! I'm definitely going to try ALL of these now! xo

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  33. Love the Macadamia hair products, especially their hair oil.

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  34. Macadamia shampoo is amazing!!! Great product! I have really dry hair which is incredibly sensitive to products - this shampoo however is amazing! My hair never looked so shiny and healthy than when I used this shampoo - however, it is best used in conjunction with another shampoo, just so that your hair doesn't become too used to it, so it still gives the desired affect (I must admit I don't use the conditioner, as I don't find it to be rich enough for my dry hair)... I use it maybe once a week - highly recommend it to get super healthy looking and shiny hair! I haven't used the masque, but I am definitely eager to give it a chance knowing how well the shampoo works x

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  35. My hair is practically dead from the amount I have dyed it so desperately need some form of hair routine! Will be looking into these! Especially the hair masque!

    JShannon Beauty, Fashion & Life

    xxx

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  36. i don't think those brands are available locally here :(

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  37. The Macadamia mask is amazing and I love how you can buy it in two use sachets instead of forking out on the large pots! Great post, I love hair posts :)

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    xxxx

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  38. I haven't tried any of these products but the spray in leave in conditioner is right up my alley! I'll definitely be looking into it. This post was really helpful, thank you!
    Amber
    Lovely Notions

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  39. that mask looks perfect. fo realz (i love using them in the bath as well, which means I don't use them enough. Showers make it so hard to do hair masks)

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  40. Great selection of products Kayleigh! I love Moroccanoil - it really does do wonders for hair that needs a bit of TLC. I haven't seen the Vo5 Backcomb Spray before, however it looks fantastic. I'll definitely be keeping my eyes open for it in stores. For a list of really great winter hair treatments, visit http://bit.ly/12m7M4S.

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  42. Yet to try moroccan oil but I can't get enough of macadamia at the moment - the smell is amazing! xxx

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  43. Ooh I love the sound of the John Frieda Spray, I've not tried Moroccan Oil yet but I sooo want to. Maybe if I buy it I'll end up with amazing hair like yours overnight! ;)
    Fab post Kayleigh! xx

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  44. I've heard so many things about Moroccan Oil but I can never find it in any of my local stores! I have to find it though! xxx

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  45. Moroccan Oil sounds like a life saver, I need to try it!

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  46. I've recently purchased some VO5 products that help with back combing and voluminising hair so I definitely will look into buying the spray that you talk about, thanks.

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  49. John Frieda's leave-in conditioner looks like something I might give it a try :-)

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