5 Hair Products To Add To Your Routine

Best hair products for spring | Space NK
When it comes to spring, it’s easy to switch up our makeup and skincare routines – while forgetting that our hair has been through a lot too. Cold, windy weather, heat drying and styling and indoor heating will have likely taken their toll on your locks, leaving them dull and prone to breakage.

As brighter days and higher temperatures slowly but steadily begin to roll in, your hair will thank you for a little extra T.L.C. Whether it’s looking after your scalp, getting a burst of hydration with a must-try shampoo, using a super nourishing styling cream or simply elevating your hair accessories, these are some of the key beauty buys that will swiftly upgrade your haircare routine for spring.

Best Hair Products For Spring 2023


Hair by Sam McKnight

Dressed to Kill Defrizz Crème, £26

If your locks tend to get a little unruly, this rich finishing cream – created by one of the fashion industry’s most celebrated hairstylists – is the trick to keeping any mane or style intact. A product which, according to Sam McKnight, has been “years in the making”, helps to define, defrizz and de-fluff. We also love the fresh frankincense, juniper wood and water lily scent and super sleek packaging.



Skinny Silk Scrunchies, £39

Anyone else feel lost without a scrunchie? Whether you’re a fan of a slicked-back ponytail or tying your hair up throughout the day is second nature, Slip’s scrunchie is a vital hair necessity for many of us. Made with the brand’s signature Slipsilk™ – a next-level form of 100% mulberry silk – these luxe scrunchies will treat your hair with the love it deserves by helping reduce damage and breakage.



Scalp Solutions Exfoliating Scalp Treatment, £39

Aveda Scalp Solutions Exfoliating Scalp Treatment Sometimes the ultimate hair refresh involves treating those deeply rooted issues – we’re talking scalp health, of course! It’s easy to forget about your scalp, but luckily Aveda has a dedicated range. This liquid exfoliant, formulated with salicylic acid, gives your scalp the pickup it needs by removing oil and leftover product, while providing a cooling sensation and without damaging the scalp barrier. If you’re looking for a serious at-home treatment, pair with Aveda Scalp Solutions Stimulating Scalp Massager, £27.



Hydration Wash, £20

A Black-owned haircare and body brand inspired by music, art and fashion and created with all hair types in mind, Dizziak takes pride in delivering straightforward formulas that work and make you feel great. You’ve likely heard about the sell-out Dizziak Deep Conditioner, £22, but its fellow shampoo deserves just as much attention. Paraben, sulphate and silicone free, this pH balanced formula gives your hair the burst of hydration it needs while lifting grease and product build-up.



No.4D Clean Volume Detox Dry Shampoo, £28

Hair prayers were answered when the iconic haircare line added its debut dry shampoo to its highly coveted repertoire – and as expected, it’s quickly becoming a staple for many. “It’s weightless, has no build-up and does not dull the hair,” explains Jimmy Paul, Olaplex’s Global Styling Ambassador. Plus, as well as boasting the bond-building technology Olaplex is known for, this dry shampoo also promises a literal oomph on those in-between hair wash days. Keen to know more? Read our hair buyer’s review of Olaplex No.4 here.


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Posted: 星期一, 27 二月 2023

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