Using heat tools is inevitable but often results in dry ends, if i don’t use protection. L’oreal Elnett Heat Protect Spray Straight is a great heat protection spray somehow keeps my hair nourished and straight for longer. Here is bit more insight of how i style and protect my hair.
Let me start with a brief hair description – fine, long and naturally wavy, in other words it requires constant attention.Hair styling is not my forte but with the help of few products i somehow manage to make my hair mop looking the way i want to – decent. Starting my routine with applying some volume boosting products to my roots. Two of my all time favorites are John Frieda Luxurious Volume Fine To Full Blow-Out Spray and Charles Worthington Volume and Bounce Body Booster Mousse. Both very affordable and give great results. I normally used them individually and never together. I stumble on John Frieda Luxurious Volume Fine To Full Blow-Out Spray when i was searching for a dupe of Bumble and Bumble Thickening hairspray. This John Frieda Blow-Out Spray is not exactly the same since it does not give the same amount of root lift, but it is till a decent product i like. In general i am not a big fan of hair mousse since because of the amount of hair stickiness and hold that they leave. This Charles Worthington Volume and Bounce Body Booster Mousse completely changed my perception. After blow-dry does not feel sticky at all, leaves the hair feeling soft and does deliverer that much wanted bounce and volume. I normally apply a gold size(sometimes a bit more) in my roots and spread if evenly with a comb.After i proceed to drying with the help of mid size round brush. The volume lasts on me for about two to three days, but it really depends on your hair length, condition and oiliness.
As a finishing touch before using any heat tools i reach for L’oreal Elnett Heat Protect Spray Straight. I found that this spray works well on both dry and wet hair. About the straightening quality, i do believe it helps my heir staying straight for longer which is always a struggle in the rainy dutch weather.