Lazy Girl Hair: 3 Step Routine

Friday, 4 July 2014


I wish I cared more when it came to my hair, but sadly, I don't. I mean, I like to try and make it look nice, but product-wise I'm not overly fussed. I do use more products from time to time if I want to achieve a desired look, but generally I stick to these key three products. First is my beloved Tangle Teezer* which is perfect for my knotty hair. It makes brushing it so much easier when I've just got out of the shower, and even makes it easier in the morning if I wake up with dreaded bed hair. If my hair is looking a little worse for wear, I'll use this Batiste Dry Shampoo. I usually hate using it but I'm warming to it in small doses. I much prefer this one which is for brown hair as it avoids the horrible grey hair syndrome you can get if you get a bit spray happy while applying it. If I straighten my hair which is pretty rare, then sometimes I'll use a Lee Stafford or Bumble&Bumble product which I'll blog about soon, but I more often than not curl it which is where this Charles Worthington Volume & Bounce Texturizing Spray comes into play. It helps to keep my hair full of volume throughout the day and injects a little bit of life into it. It also smells amazing which is a big plus in my books. A lazy girl hair routine is most definitely underrated. 

2 comments:

  1. I’m the same when it comes to hair! But I do love my tangle teezer and CW texturising spray! Two great products!

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    1. Sounds like we're both minimalists when it comes to hair! TT is a life saver X

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