I have to be honest in saying that I have never been truly loyal to one particular hair brand when it comes to shampoos or conditioners and although I do have my favourites, some of them seem a little pricey for my small budget so it is rare I go back to the same one unless its on offer or an affordable price.
Thing is , it seems new hair products are coming out daily and for me , I simply want to try them all yet find myself asking for only the smallest of the results for my hair such as-
I don't think this is a long list to ask for from a hair product and I know through experience that usually I have had to use sometimes up to 6 different products to get a that look which is passable but with all those ingredients now on the hair , left feeling a little heavy and over applied with too many ingredients.
Being sent some of the Garnier hair care products, I was interested to find that the range had 7 different variations , each for different needs -
The area I wanted to try was the dry and damaged issues which the Nourishing repairer and its blend of Avocado and shea butter worked perfectly with.
Lets take a look -
Shampoo is usually the product I have the biggest problem with, I tend to find that some products dry our the hair too much and I end up having to use half a bottle of the conditioner to balance it out.
This shampoo however left the natural oils on my hair whilst at the same time cleansing it and leaving it feel clean .
Having very thick and long hair , I tend to need a lot of conditioner as my hair gets very dry and tangles easily even whilst washing .
This conditioner did exactly what it said it would, it left my hair feeling soft and silky, I could run my fingers through it with only one or two tangles instead of ten and I adored how healthy it left my hair looking.
1 Minute Treatment -
Just as the name suggests, you only need 1 minute to use this which is perfect for us mums on the go, travellers or simply anyone who is in a hurry .
The consistency of this product is very thick, certainly like a mask and very creamy like.
I find this leaves my hair very soft and silky , perfect when I have no time for a full on pamper and need a quick shower to spruce my hair .
My overall thoughts on this range is that the Avocado and Shea Butter , Nourishing repairer line was a perfect add on to my daily hair care regime.
The packaging, I have to admit has not got the most luxurious of looks, I actually hate that yellowish tone on products although I do think they tried to go with a blonde or golden theme but the bottles themselves were a great size and manageability of using them in running water was easily done.
The one thing that settled on my mind about it though mostly was not only was my hair amazingly soft , but I had a gorgeous scent of Shea butter whisping around the air , it was a gorgeous aroma and I found myself giving my hair a sniff every so often .
The only downside to this product I found was that I could not keep my hands of my hair, the soft and silky feeling kept having me touch it which became almost addictive.
Out of my 4 needs I found this covered 2 of them , I only needed to use 1 product to get a healthy conditioned feel and look but the frizz was still there whilst my highlights were not brought out as well as I have had with other products .
You can pick the Garnier Ultimate Blends up from Superdrug.com from around £1.92
What new hair product have you been trying lately, let me know so I know to give them a try also .