Say goodbye to frizzy hair

Image
John Frieda Frizz-Ease Dream Curls Enhancing Oil, £9.99

I know I try and hide the fact that I’ve got naturally frizzy, oh I mean curly, hair but the reality is it’s a daily battle to tame my mane. Especially in this weather!

Truth-be-known I am a bit of a DIY mixologist when it comes to my hair products, because through experience I’ve realised that no one product gives me the results I want for my hair.

You see to make my curls look even slightly groomed I like the hold of a mousse but the gloss of a serum, currently I’m using a mix of Sebastian Whipped Creme, £16.50 and Mark Hill Magic Drops Rescue and Repair Serum, £4.33 . You may think it’s quite easy mixing your own products – trust me, it’s not as too much mousse can make curls go crispy and too much serum can make it look greasy. I know curly girls will be with me on this.

Which is why I’m constantly switching and mixing products as I’ve never found something that ticks all the boxes. But, I have just discovered a good, well, primer (stay with me, it’s the only way I can think to describe it) for my hair.

Say hello to the new John Frieda Frizz-Ease Dream Curls Enhancing Oil, £9.99, which is incredibly lightweight for an oil based hair product. You have to shake the bottle to mix up the dual solution then I apply it to my freshly washed hair, before using my other styling products as usual.

I was a bit sceptical about adding another step to my hair routine but this is well worth the effort as it makes my hair feel soft and silky and gives me frizz-free curls.

If your hair is acting up at the moment this is well worth a try.

Advertisements

The teen beauty drama

Image
Beyonce shared this picture of herself and Blue Ivy on Tumblr

Beyonce has shared some adorable new pictures of herself and Blue Ivy on Tumblr (seriously how can I get adopted by her and Jay Z) and while I was looking at how cute Blue was…Miss T was checking out Beyonce’s floral hairband.

You see Miss T has been rockin’ this trend for about three months and tells me that she was the first one in her school to wear a hippie style floral headband. Apparently the trend’s taken off now and Miss T gets asked all the time where she got her daisy chain.

The one she wears the most is this one from Accessorize but she did talk me into buying her a gorgeous one from Hollister, don’t, I know but it was her Birthday!

Image
Accessorize Daisy Chain Stretch Bando, £6

Miss T tells me the trick to wearing this look is to make sure the hippie headband is worn just on the hairline, and like her Beyonce has placed it perfectly.

When I’m living my beach life, holiday to you and me, I might just wear the look too – then again I’m not sure Miss T will let me!