Shopping | Hair Care

shopping-hair-care-products-rottenotter-rotten-otter-blog 3 O & M Original Detox Shampoo | £24 // I'm coming to the end of Bumble And Bumbles Sunday Shampoo and fancied a change. I remembered Kate raving about the leave-in conditioner from the brand so when I spotted this while browsing Space NK I thought I'd try it. It has a lovely mint scent and I quite like the bottle design.

Bumble And Bumble Don't Blow It (H)air Styler | £23 // This is another Kate inspired purchase as it stood out to me when I was reading through her recent hair post. I love B&B products so I have high expectations for this one. I always air dry my hair but I haven't come across a product like this before. A lot of styling creams are aimed at blow drying the hair but this is meant to smooth out hair and decrease frizz while your hair air dries. I have naturally curly hair so I'm intrigued to see what this does to my hair and I'm sure I'll write a proper review at some point.

Bumble And Bumble Surf Infusion | £21.50 // This was the whole reason I made an order from Space NK in the first place as I'm coming to end of the bottle and don't want to be without. I use this every time I wash my hair after using a salt spray to add in a bit of moisture to my hair.

Sachajuan Shine Serum | £22 £11 // Only some Sachajuan products were in the Space NK sale and I think this is because they have changed their packaging slightly. At half price I couldn't resist this shine serum as I think it will be perfect when I curl my hair with heat to smooth out the curls. I think it'll take a bit of time to get the amount of product I use right but I have high hopes for it.

Sachajuan Hairspray | £20 £10 // I'm currently using a mini bottle of hair spray so thought I might as well try Sachajuan's offereing seeing as it was half price. I usually just buy whichever hair spray is on offer in Asda at the time so it'll be interesting to see if a more expensive hair spray works better and if it's worth the price.

Sachajuan Spray Wax | £20 £10 // I wouldn't have bought this full price but for £10 I thought I would try it as it sounds quite similar to Oribe Dry Texturising Spray. Again I feel like there will have to be a bit of playing around with it first to work out how much product I need to use but will be perfect for when I curl my hair to add a bit of texture to it and look more slept in. I'm hoping it'll be easy to brush out afterwards and won't leave my hair feeling too sticky or crunchy.

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