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Which hair product do you use daily?

(22 Posts)
ShineSmile Sat 07-Jun-14 15:31:30

Just that really.

I'm looking for something that I can quickly put in my hair quickly (it's naturally straight)

ilovepowerhoop Sat 07-Jun-14 15:34:54

what do you want it to do? e.g. I use a cream wax or soufflé to give texture to my short layered hair. I also use hairspray

Fruityb Sat 07-Jun-14 15:40:09

Hairspray to keep it where I want it or occasionally wax that I use to scruff it up a bit. I have short hair so it gives it a bit of oomph.

RhinestoneCowgirl Sat 07-Jun-14 15:43:09


A brush.

whereisshe Sat 07-Jun-14 15:43:57

Every time I wash my hair I style with a mix of this and this - keeps my hair soft and de-frizzy, with a nice natural wave.

beccajoh Sat 07-Jun-14 15:44:36


survivingsummer Sat 07-Jun-14 17:36:11

I use a blow dry heat protector spray. My hair is also v straight and gets into a tangled mess if I don't use it. Gives texture as well which helps as my hair is so fine.

SirChenjin Sat 07-Jun-14 17:38:47

Heat protector with anti frizz. My hair is the bane of my life - frizzy, coarse, thick, wavy - think Crystal Tripps on a bad hair day.

WitchWay Sat 07-Jun-14 18:04:54

I use VO5 styling putty every day

DameDiazepamTheDramaQueen Sat 07-Jun-14 18:05:33

I use either an oil,tigi blow out balm or frizz ease after shampooing and conditioning then secret agent creme to finish.

TwoInTheMourning Sat 07-Jun-14 19:30:04

Aveda phomollient styling foam on the roots and Kerastase Nutritive Serum Oleo-Relax Treatment on the ends.

Hopefully Sat 07-Jun-14 19:56:05

Redken hair powder and rough paste, to add texture - my hair is poor straight and can look a bit flat and boring.

randomfemale Sat 07-Jun-14 20:02:50

Boots curl crème but as your hair is naturally straight envy that is obviously unhelpful!

textbook Sat 07-Jun-14 21:37:25

Bumble and Bumble Brilliantine - it's a light creme which makes my hair look glossy and silky but also texturised with just a tiny bit. Superb.

hollycomputer Sat 07-Jun-14 21:48:36

Wash hair every other day, use John Freida heat protector/leave in conditioner, blow dry/GHD style, then Toni & Guy smoothing cream and a bit of hairspray.

OooOooTheMonkey Sat 07-Jun-14 21:54:15

Batiste dry shampoo! I don't have the luxury of a hair wash every other day since I had dd. When it looks a bit minging I just give it a spritz of dry shampoo and it looks much better!!! Realise this makes me sound like a tramp! grin

SuperFlyHigh Sat 07-Jun-14 22:19:37

Heat protector (dove), leave in conditioner if needed, redken spray wax and other stuff to smooth - serum etc.

Fruityb Sat 07-Jun-14 22:34:53

I can't get on with dry shampoo. My hair looks ok but feels horrible!! I can't touch it as my nails get coated with it.
It always smells so nice though.

OooOooTheMonkey Sat 07-Jun-14 22:42:41

I know what you mean fruity it doesn't make it feel great!

cherryhealey Sun 08-Jun-14 09:06:35

Moroccan oil to seal fly away bits and make it shine if straight.

If curly Aveda be curly and then something to smooth it usually frizz ease or a little conditioner.

Thumbwitch Sun 08-Jun-14 09:09:05

My wide toothed comb grin

I realise this is not what you were asking but it's the truth.

cato75 Sun 08-Jun-14 12:59:52

I have very fine straight hair and lots of it, I currently have a layered bob and always spray a touch of dry shampoo into the roots after blow drying to give it some volume.

I sometimes use AVEDA control paste which is supposed to give it a piece-y definition.

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