Michael Van Clarke’s 3”’ More Inches shampoo and conditioner has been on my wish-list for some times and last summer, I bit the bullet and bought the pair of them. Six months on, I’m teetering on the last drop or two. Suffice to say it has lasted me well or to put it another way, I have stuck to using it which can only be a good thing. Free of silicon and parabens (but not of sulphate), the range uses naturally derived cashmere proteins and gentle cleansing agents to feed and clean the hair from the roots. It also claims
Reverse hair-washing seems to be the latest hair trend. Does it really work or is it just a ludicrous and daft idea? My hairdresser and I seem to think so and the idea of using a conditioner first before shampooing is making my scalp itchy. Something which claims to be kind to your hair and effective at removing impurities is Grow Gorgeous’s Cleansing Conditioner. It’s an 11-in-1 multi-tasking system combining foamless cleansing and deep conditioning in one step to rebalance the scalp and restore hair. It replaces your shampoo, which means it subtracts the process of stripping your hair of its natural oils.
I’m awash with new shampoos and conditioners to review lately, which means my tresses are super shiny and clean. John Frieda’s Full Repair range is new and very affordable, addressing the common concerns of overworked, damaged hair from styling tools and such. It boasts a strengthening formula with the exotic sounding Inca Inchi Oil and it’s rich in omega-3, which apparently reverses the look and feel of damaged hair to give bouncy, shiny locks and…oh, you get the picture. Full Repair is on my carousel of hair stuff that I have on rotation and I admit it’s taken me by