If you have damaged, fine hair I have finally found a product that will make you fabulous! Pureology Strength Cure Micro-scarred Colour damaged hair. When I see products for damaged hair I assume they will weigh down my already fine hair. These products do no such thing *enter high five woo hoo at your leisure*. We have found a winner.
I have been using 4 products from the range:
- Strength Cure Shampoo (€21)- Fortifies and softens hair whilst gently cleansing.Sulfate free.
- Strength Cure Conditioner (€25)- Conditions and detangles improving hairs touch and light reflection.
- Strenth Cure Restorative Mask (€35)- Intensely fortifies and prevents breakage. Increases stength and shine.
- Strength Cure Fabulous Lengths (€25)- Healing formula to help strengthen hair, smooth split ends and helps prevent further breakage.
They also have a Split End Salve which I don’t have but I will probably buy in the near future.
I shampooed twice using the shampoo. It smells amazing, as all Pureology products do. A soft gentle honey, marshmallow type fragrance, if clouds had a smell this is what they would smell like. I then towel dried my hair, after rinsing the shampoo out very well, and massaged a dollop of the mask. I started at my ear and spread down to the the tips, avoiding my scalp. After 5 minutes I rinsed well again and applied some of the lighter conditioner, leaving it for one minute.I gently patted the damp wet out of my locks and sprayed the spray from the mid-lengths of my hair downwards.
I styled as normal – which for me is just using my dryer and a large barreled brush. Since I didn’t use any volumising products, I tipped my head upside down and gave the roots a big blast before sectioning and drying as normal.
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I’m very happy. This is the softest my hair has felt in a very long time. I have had issues with tangles since my hair got dryer over the Winter but there wasn’t one in sight. I tend to loose quite a but of hair trying to get a brush through my hair after washing, there was far less fall-out this time. When I was finished styling my hair kept the little volume I had added and felt like pure silk, amazing! I couldn’t stop toughing it :) I had a few compliments on my hair that night and how it smelled too.
You can find Pureology in salons and also online from LookFantastic.com
I love Pureology, end of story. It always does exactly what it says on the tin, smells divine and is sulphate free to it helps my highlights and low-lights last longer. Their products also don’t irritate the skin on my body in the shower. I often get horrible bumps on my arms and thighs after shampooing – never happens when I’m using Pureology. The downside is the price – wouldn’t it be lovely if it was super cheap? Yeah, dream on Amy! I often wait until there’s a buy one get one half off offer in my local salon.
Any Pureology fans? What is your favourite haircare brand?