Rethinking Your Hair Routine
We survived without our hairdressers for over three months; now, can a clever at-home routine continue to stretch out the time between salon visits? With the right products and a little help from the experts, we’ve created the perfect regimens to keep your hair looking fresh and groomed for longer...
The Frizz FightersLocking in hydration and smoothing down your hair cuticles is key for keeping frizz at bay. The trick is to nourish your hair without weighing it down.
Opt for a gentle shampoo, such as to cleanse without stripping your hair.
Invest in an Aquis Hair Towel Lisse Luxe - Cloudy Berry, £18, to reduce friction and speed up drying time.
Work a few drops of Charlotte Mensah Manketti Hair Oil, £48 into damp hair from the mid-lengths to ends to smooth your cuticles.
The Bond StrengthenersIf long and strong is your hair goal, then a scalp-reviving and bond- building routine will help boost healthy hair growth and strengthen your mane.
Drench dry hair with NEW .
10 minutes later apply Olaplex No. 3 Hair Perfector, N/A on top and leave for 20 minutes, or overnight for an intensive treatment.
Gently massage in Briogeo Scalp Revival Charcoal + Coconut Oil Micro-exfoliating Shampoo, £15, and rinse as usual.
The Fade ProtectorsIs it possible to stretch out our salon- fresh hair colour for a little longer than the usual six to eight weeks? With the right products, yes.
Protect against colour fade with the vegan Aveda Colour Conserve Shampoo, £23.5.
Camouflage root regrowth and boost your hair’s vibrancy by adding two drops of , to a leave-in treatment. Alternatively: Where possible though, try to cut back on washing your hair daily and reach for the NEW Ouai Ouai x Byredo Super Dry Shampoo Mojave Ghost, £20, instead.