Tuesday, 7 January 2014

2013 Favourites: Hair Care!


Next up in my 2013 Favourites Series is haircare!  I feel like 2013 was the year of really discovering what kind of products work for my insanely thick, long hair and I've discovered some firm favourites which I can see lasting well into the future.  Read on for more info! 


Timotei’s Brilliant Repair Range: 2013 was the year of re-discovering Timotei.  I remember my Dad using Timotei when I was growing up but it has since been re-launched and the products are bloomin’ brilliant.  The Pure & Brilliant Repair ranges are super affordable, smell great and leave my hair feeling so soft and clean.

Bumble & Bumble’s Invisible Oil: I am a massive fan of hair oils and use them straight after I wash my hair to help comb through and add softness.  After a lot of experimenting I’ve decided this one is my favourite.  It is light enough for daily use, smells unbelievably good and will last me forever.

Macadamia’s Hair Mask: This is my favourite hair mask for the second year running, meaning it’s a good’un.  I can’t describe how soft this leaves my hair.  It's a little pricey at around £25 a tub, but I adore it and am about to repurchase soon!

Batiste Dry Shampoo: Another familiar favourite, I simply could not live without Batiste.  I always have one (or three!) bottles on the go at one time as it does the best job of disguising any greasy roots.

Enrapture Totem Styler:  Hair tool of the year goes to this baby.  There was actually a period in 2013 where I used this for every hairstyle for 2 months.  It leaves me with the most perfect curls which you can see examples here!  I think this really is the best hair curler around and would recommend it to anybody!

Stay tuned for the next post in my 2013 favourites series...

What were your favourite hair products of 2013?  Recommend me some!

xxxx



36 comments:

  1. It sound like we have similar hair so this is super useful! Really want some of that macadamia oil.

    http://chloesthoughtss.blogspot.co.uk/

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  2. Im in need of a good curler but dont know whether to go for a curler or heated rollers!

    www.chlotalks.blogspot.com

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  3. Haven't tried the Timotei....I discovered MoroccanOil in 2013 which I love.

    http://vodkaandarose.blogspot.co.uk

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  4. I have never tried the macadamia oil but with all the youtube/bloggers raving about it I almost feel I need to give it a try myself! I love the batiste dry shampoo, best one I have found yet!

    -Shelby
    http://bittersweetshelby.blogspot.co.uk/

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  5. I'm sooooo jealous ( Though my hair is long as well, theres not a clue of thickness :(
    Well, Batiste is amazing, bought some bottles the days I was in Ireland. Sadly, it's hard to find it in Germany.
    My favorite Hairproduct of 2013 is definitely the "Redken all Soft" Range. The shampoo is really nourishing but not heavy at all. It leaves my hair bouncy, soft and shiny

    ♥ Tamy

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  6. lovely post, i really want to try some of the macadamia range!
    check out my blog xx
    brittanyhearts13.blogspot.co.uk

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  7. Batiste Dry Shampoo ❤ This stuff is simply amazing!

    http://my-name-is-natalia.blogspot.be/

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  8. I love the look of the Totem styler, it produces such nice waves! x

    Maddy from UNSTITCHEDD

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  9. I must try some of these products :)

    http://make-up-candy.blogspot.ie/

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  10. Timotei seem to have upped their game - I really like the shampoos too. Last year was all about the hair oils for me! Especially whacking in some coconut oil in over night!

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  11. Batiste is such a trustworthy product to have in the cupboard! Moroccan Oil is one of my favourites to keep the ends of my hair from splitting! xo

    http://filthypout.blogspot.com.au/

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  12. I love the macadamia hair mask, i've recently discovered the ojon pre wash treatment and it's amazing, really nourishing and leaves my hair feeling incredibly soft xx

    yespleasebeauty.blogspot.co.uk

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  13. Love the sound of this curler! I really want to try that hair mask too x

    Claire | AgentSmyth

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  14. I love Batiste dry shampoo. I use the version for dark brunette hair, and I just adore it!

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  15. I've yet to try a Batiste dry shampoo, I must!

    http://chelsealeighbeauty.blogspot.ca/

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  16. great post. also, loving the new layout. it's gorgeous!

    tianess.blogspot.co.uk

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  17. I love the Batiste Dry Shampoo!If you haven't,you should try L'oreal Myth Oil. xx

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  18. batiste! no other dry shampoos are on par! i also love the tangle tamer brush and surprisingly, johnson's no tangle spray!

    xx
    jen
    www.frocksandfrivolity.blogspot.com
    www.jennyscribbles.com

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  19. I have never tried that shampoo range, I feel like I will have to give it a whirl. I never seem to have any luck with shampoos :/

    vikkielora.blogspot.co.uk

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  20. I want to give batiste a try I do hope it is available in the us ��

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  21. I've been wanting to invest in some macadamia hair products for absolutely ages, and if this hair mask has been your favourite for two years, then I am DEFINITELY going to go out and get it! Thanks for the review, it's helped lots :) x

    http://a-city-girls-thoughts.blogspot.be/

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  22. After washing my hair daily for most of my adult life I recently discovered dry shampoo and was brave enough to use it today! I put it in last night slept on it and my hair didn't look greasy or powdery this morning.... I am a convert. I have Fudge dry shampoo but will have to check out Batiste!

    Love Lana xx

    lovelanaxx.blogspot.com

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  23. Can't wait for pay day tomorrow, I'm going to purchase the Macadamia’s Hair Mask as it sounds brilliant :-) x
    http://daintydeescouturedreams.blogspot.co.uk/

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  24. Great post, I've never tried Timotei products but will definitely give them a go. I love Bumble and Bumble and definitely want to try more of their products this year. xxx

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  25. I realllllllly want the Enrapture wand! So jealous! One day, eh?
    Ellie,xx
    Elephant stories and more

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  26. I just love the Macadamia Hair Mask! True, it is pricey but it lasts for quite some time so that makes it worth it :)

    specthers.blogspot.com

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  27. This seems to be very good for 2013 but what about 2014. I wanted to get detail idea about best hair care products for year 2014. As per my girl friend Panasonic hair care products are the best for complete caring of hair.

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  28. Check out this awesome beauty blog!

    http://abloggingbeauty.blogspot.com/

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  29. I am a massive fan of hair oils too,thank you.

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  30. Hi! Please do a blog on your hair colour! I noticed you have gone from very pale blonde to a darker blonde over the past year and would love to know what you did!
    Thanks x

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  31. I really love Bumble & Bumble's Thickening hair spray, I'm also a huge Batiste fan - can't live without it!

    http://ciarapocket.blogspot.ie x

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  32. Thank you such a lot for as well as Pine Tree State during this wonderful round-up. Love hearing regarding everyone's favorites
    hair-care

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  33. Great post! I definitely have issues with greed seeing as though I'm a total product junkie, but I'm working on it!
    hair care.

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  34. great post! I have been dying to try out some new hair care lately and will definitely try some of these!!!

    I also just started up a blog (its very small right now) and would love any comments or suggestions from any of you lovely ladies!

    kampearson.blogspot.com

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