Beauty

Creating Sleek Hair Without The Hair Spray

I was born with curly hair.

I didn’t have straighteners until my 16th birthday and quite frankly, having wavy hair was not the one during puberty. Since then, I’ve spent the past twelve years straightening my hair and I wouldn’t have it any other way.

The trouble I now have is static and the amount in my hair is an absolute joke.

But now, I’ve discovered the solution – it’s not hair spray!

Disclaimer: All products featured where purchased with my own money and are not in association with Aussie.

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Imagery: Beth Stevens Photography

When it comes to my hair, I have a fairly strict routine:

  • Cut two-three times a year
  • Never dye it
  • Wash it every other day
  • Use heat protection spray
  • Switch up my shampoo and conditioner

I am lucky that my hair is in such fantastic condition but it has taken me years to train it to be this year and despite never fully having dyed my hair (aside from being ombre), I do love how it looks and feels.

I rely heavily on Aussie shampoo and conditioner; their Mega range throughout February to October and then November to January, I switch to their Winter Miracle range in case my hair goes dry within the colder months.

It seems to work and over the years, my hair has got used to this accidental routine.

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The Aussie Scent-Sational Smooth for fizzy “please behave hair” has solved all of my hair problems and I can’t recommend it enough.

Having little frizzy pieces of hair stick up like devil’s horns is a bit of a confidence knock for when you just want to look semi-decent whilst rocking a ponytail.

I don’t need little wispy pieces of hair flying into the air, please and thank you.

With 0% parabens and colourants in the mixture, not only does the shampoo and conditioner leave your hair super sleek but it also smells pretty damn fantastic as well.

EL xx
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Disclaimer: All products featured where purchased with my own money and are not in association with Aussie.

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