As I lit the family log burner yesterday evening I reluctantly accepted that summer is officially over - sob! I've been trying to ignore the arrival of cooler days for weeks, even reluctantly wearing a wooly hat and jumper on Crantock Beach the week before last, I'm currently cocooned up in my duvet as I type. Therefore in an attempt to momentarily forget the chilly weather I thought I'd share with you three of my staple haircare products that have kept my hair sleek and nourished throughout summer '13.

This summer I've been all about affordable haircare and after becoming besotted with the Aussie range (late to the party I know) I don't see it changing anytime soon. This heat protecting leave-in spray has really won me over. It's spritz applicator enables you to specifically target problem areas (i.e. the ends). I also love that it's pretty much scentless as I don't care for my hair to be overly perfumed except in the case of all SHOW products, then I really can't get enough of it.

I'm never without a hair oil and although this John Frieda one isn't my favourite ever it's pretty damn good. It's so light and easy to smooth through the ends of damp hair, keeping any unruly hair types feeling manageable and nourished. I'd definitely recommend this if you're having troubles with soothing treatments for fine to dull hair as it's marv.

As more of an investment haircare product, the Mending Complex is worth every penny. After picking my first bottle up in a beauty sale at the start of the year I'm now on my second bottle as I don't think I could truly trust another product to deliver such intense conditioning and repair. The lotion seals cuticles for sustained repair and long lasting protection - perfect for when you've spent too long in the sun or sea and need to give your hair some love. For best results I recommend lightly coating damp hair  and then drying.

What have you been using this summer to keep your hair in tip-top condition?

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