I am not ashamed to admit that I have unruly hair, its an absolute nightmare!. Curly, thick, frizzy, damaged and definitely over processed is where I would put it but luckily due to load of hair products I seem to maintain the look of nice sleek healthy hair 90% of the time, so when Liz Earle asked me if I would like to try their new Botanical Shine Treatment for frizzy, coarse or very dry hair I of course said yes to see how my hair would behave with it.
Liz Earle describe this as an intensive colour safe treatment that leaves hair smooth, frizz free, deeply hydrated, tamed and totally manageable.
The first thing I had to do when I got this was sniff it, I am quite peculiar when it comes to the smell of haircare as I want it to smell fresh and how I would expect haircare to smell but this didn’t. Don’t get me wrong it doesn’t smell awful actually really nice and one of the scents I can smell is Orange its just different to other hair products I have used.
On first use of this I didn’t really like it as my hair seemed to soak up all the product I applied and it just didn’t even feel like I had any sort of conditioner or treatment on my hair while I was rinsing it out although after it had dried it was noticeably softer and sleeker. I then tried it several other times afterwards but using a bit more product than I had used before and there was a noticeable difference to that first use! Yes my hair did soak up a lot of the product but afterwards as I was rinsing my hair felt softer and like it had just had a good treatment put on it. My hair was easier to comb after washing and when my hair dried it was extremely soft, manageable and my curls were more defined, after straightening my hair it seemed to of had a new lease of life and I was even asked if I had my hair cut recently as it looked so healthy.
My hair is also coloured and I haven’t noticed any colour fade other than how my hair normally fades out as I have a semi permanent dye on at the moment.
Have you tried any of the Liz Earle haircare? Will you be trying this?