Hello everyone. Hope you are all ok this miserable Tuesday afternoon!
About an hour ago I was browsing on HQhair.com and was about to place an order for some Pureology shampoo and conditioner when I had a breakthrough thought... Is it really worth spending £32 (collectively, not each) on products that don't make that much of a difference to my hair?
I use high end hair products on and off, and Pureology is a brand I've yet to try so I can't say that their results won't be fantastic or out of this world, but the likelihood is is that, like all higher end brands, are significantly overpriced for what you get.
For me, the only shampoo and conditioner that has ever stood out is the Dove Theraphy line. They are the only shampoo and conditioner I can use every time I wash my hair, week after week. Before Dove came along, my hair would start to get greasy quicker if I didn't switch the products up a bit.
Below (sorry for yet another webcam photo.. I am strapped for time this week!) : holding up Dove Heat Defence Therapy Shampoo & Heat Colour Repair Therapy Conditioner.
I really do believe these hair products are outstanding, at £1.85 each you really can't go wrong. i think the reason they work so well for me is that they contain serum which makes your hair feel really soft and noticeably less tangled.
I've noticed if I switch to another brand, my hair feels noticeably more dry after I've washed it and it's probably because I'm so used to the serum in the Dove ones.
I switch up which ones I buy, sometimes I get the Colour Repair if I feel like my highlights are fading, and sometimes I will buy the Heat Defence ones. Both work equally as good.