Wednesday, 13 October 2010

Frizz Control...


So the rainy damp days are upon us, this is guaranteed to bring frizz to out heads.
For some of us, this can be a nightmare!




I've tested this new Avon product on two different hair types to see if it really does work.
The Product is - Advance Techniques Frizz Control Lotus Shield

It actually creates a anti-humidity shield which helps block out frizz producing humidity. Because this shield is water resistant it repels moisture providing you with a frizz free finish that lasts through two washes.

It's very lightweight so you don't really feel the product, it's sits somewhere between a serum and a leave in conditioner.

So I tried it on hair type number one: Quite fine dry and damaged hair with a slight natural wave. We left this to dry naturally as normal.
Results= Felt great initially but didn't seem to make that much difference once the hair was completely dry. After a shampoo the hair was definitely less frizzy that it normally is after washing.

Hair type number two: Thick hair with no natural curl that gets straightened every day. Results= Felt great initially, felt smooth after blow drying and super silky after straightening. The hair kept this finish, this shine and silkiness. Was washed and still felt great - really pleased with the results.


Take it as you will,
I'd say, definitely worth a try at £7.00!

£7. for 60ml



Tricks of the trade

• Before you shampoo, brush hair from scalp to ends to distribute oils down to the ends of hair. This helps give more even results. It also helps protect the ends of your hair that often lack moisture.

• I like to use ceramic and metal barrel brushes. The barrels are vented so it speeds up drying time, they also heat up which helps polish hair while drying for smooth silky looking results.

• Straight hair naturally appears shinier because the cuticle is smoother than curly hair. Shine serums contain silicones which help polish the cuticle for a smoother look and feel.



Love Le Riche x


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