For probably the first time ever I'm actually pretty happy with my hair (although I'd truly love it if it decided to grown 8 inches over night), something I attribute wholly to the products I've been using. I thought I'd share my current favourites with you :) I've been using various Red Ken products for over 18 months now and totally credit both my hair growth and condition to them. Each of their ranges are specially formulated for various types and after flitting between their blonde glam range I've settled on a mixture of their All Soft and Extreme range. All Soft is formulated especially for dry, brittle hair enriched with Keratin, with its interlocking protein network delivering targeted care, sublime conditioning and surface protection. I use the All Soft Conditioner which instantly detangles and helps to leave hair feeling moisturised with intense softness, movement and healthy-looking shine. It retails at £13.40 and can be purchased at quality hairdressing salons and department stores. The Extreme range is fortified for sensitized hair, its ingredients include 18-MEA and ceramide, similar to the All Soft range it helps to deliver targeted care and protection. It's said to reduce breakages by up to 73%. I use the Extreme Shampoo (£11.85) which has to be used twice each wash. Used to cleanses your hair whilst gently fortifying damaged hair and providing a healthy shine. I also use the Extreme Anti-Snap (£19.40), a leave in treatment which provides heat protection, reduces split ends and the friction caused by brushing. I've recently began using their Colour Extend Radiant-10 spray after being sent a sample. It's made from a unique bi-layor which combines a lotion with a spray in order to deliver 10 benefits including nourishment and revival. Although I religiously use the above products and elect not to wash my hair when I can't use them (I've become such a hair snob) Philip Kingsley's Elazticiser - Pre Shampoo Treatment is my all time favourite hair product. It's usually quite expensive (£26.25) to purchase so I always buy some whenever it's available on buyapowa. It's my holy grail, desert island product: the results are instant and my hair just feels incredible after sleeping in it with the Philip Kingsley shower cap on (super sexy). To prolong my blonde colour between trips to the hairdressers I use a silver shampoo, my favourite at the moment is actually one from my hairdressers own brand: Paul Watts Hair called Brilliant Blonde. It removes/neutralises the brassy yellow tones in blonde hair, lightening roots and prolonging colour. However don't leave it on for too long as I accidentally turned my hair white grey when I first used it a couple of years ago - ooops! My favourite ever serums are John Frieda's Original Formula hair serum (£6.29) and the Thermal Protection Formula hair serum (£6.29) (which also protects hair against UV exposure). They basically do what all serums do, remove frizz and create a silky gloss but they're the best two I've used. The best protein spray I've used so far is the Label M one I was given in my Vogue Gift Bag at FNO. It's great at shielding hair from UV rays whilst increasing shine - a really difficult thing to achieve with blonde hair. Please do let me know what you're favourite products are and if there's any you'd recommend. *All the prices included within the post are what I paid for them when I purchased the products from Salons and Department Stores, I will in the future be re-purchasing them online but I personally prefer to be advised on a product (especially when they're significantly more expensive than drug store options).*


  1. The silver shampoo sounds brilliant. Can you buy the products through your hairdressers website? I couldn't find them. I'd like to try it.

    1. I don't think they're available online yet unfortunately.

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