I usually wash my hair every 2 days, and during the week, I like to use Organic surge volume boost shampoo. The shampoo is SLS free and very gentle on the scalp. It doesn't foam up as much as a normal shampoo, but as long as I ensure my hair is soaking wet first, I still get a decent amount of lather. The shampoo contains both peppermint and lemon essential oil, and I love it's subtle refreshing scent. It doesn't contain any silicone, however the presence of natural glycerine stops it from being too drying and I find it more moisturising than a lot of the shampoos I've tried in the past.
After shampooing, I always use a small blob of L'oreal Elvive nutri gloss crystal intensive conditioner. The conditioner is specifically designed for fine to normal hair and has a rich creamy texture. It takes a few minutes to rinse out, but once it does there's no residue and it doesn't weigh my hair down. I like the fact that it only needs 60 seconds to work, and it always leaves my hair tangle free, soft and smooth.
In between washes, I sometimes use Batiste dry shampoo to refresh and volumise the roots of my hair. I'm currently using the Cherry version.
At the weekend, I like to deep cleanse the roots, and intensively condtion the ends. My current products of choice are the Bumble and Bumble sunday shampoo and Ojon dry recovery 2 minute hair mask. The Bumble and Bumble shampoo really does live up to it's hype, and despite the price I would recommend it to anyone who struggles with greasy roots or uses a lot of products on their hair.
Ojon rare blends oil on the end of my wet hair. It contains 7 different oils, which when left alone separates out into these 3 layers (doesn't it look so pretty in the bottle). Scent wise it's fruity with a slight hint of nut and lingers lightly after application. A little bit goes a long way, and it really does help to smooth, nourish and add shine. I like the fact that it helps to prevent heat damage (thus neglecting the need for another styling product), but I do wish it came with a pump for ease of use.
Have you tried any of these products? What are you currently using as part of your haircare routine?