A few weeks ago, I was invited to 2 haircare launches, both of which were for exciting new products which have now hit the high street:
First up is the new Tresemme split remedy range, which has been designed to smooth over and prevent split ends. Although nothing can repair split ends once they occur, this range uses 2 oppositely charged polymers to attract the ends back together, thus giving the appearance of healthier hair.
Now I've just had a haircut, but when it comes to haircare, split ends are the bane of my life (I'm forever cutting them off!) so I'll definitely be putting these products to the test and will report back in a few months, which is when I usually start noticing them.
Another new product is the Charles Worthington salon at home hair straightening kit. Retailing at £19.99, this comes in 2 versions - one for coloured and another for non coloured hair.
The kit is designed to be used like a hair dye, and contains cysteamine, which 'reprogrammes the hair' to inhibit frizz and curl for up to 40days.
At the event the model did comment on the smell, so expect something rather unpleasant during use, but it gets to work in 20minutes, and left her curly hair smooth and sleek without compromising on volume.
What's your biggest haircare concern? Will you be trying either of these 2 products?