Natural Hair Care: My current favourites

It’s not often that I write a hair care post on here; makeup and skincare tend to dominate the blog. I do, however, have a few products that, quite frankly, I couldn’t be without and want to share them with you.

I should probably mention my hair is dark brown (not sure how relevant that is), shoulder length and straight. I’ve fairly recently had a few highlights put in too. It’s generally well behaved and in okay condition, although a little on the dry side and I have suffered from a sensitive/itchy scalp in the past.

Green People Scent Free Shampoo and Conditioner

I am a huge fan of Green People’s shampoos and conditioners. In fact, it’s all I’ve used for a long time now; they just work for me. I first tried Green People’s Scent Free range when I was struggling with a sensitive scalp and haven’t looked back! I’ve gone on to try other formulas from their range and have been happy with the results too. I find the shampoo lathers well (I know that doesn’t determine a good shampoo, but I do like a lather), which is a bonus for a natural shampoo. The Scent Free Conditioner leaves my hair feeling healthy and shiny and free of any knots.

I’d highly recommend giving this duo a go if you’re looking to switch to natural hair care products. Green People often have a special offer on, so have a Google for any voucher codes before you buy!

Forest & Shore Hallelujah Hair Oil

This has become one of my holy grail products. If I feel the need for some extra hydration and shine, I use the Forest and Shore Hallelujah Hair Oil. I was originally scent a bottle of this to try and have gone on to buy a second bottle – I can’t be without it now! It is a beautiful light oil made with a combination of oils and subtly scented with lavender and rosemary. It’s recommended for those with dry or damaged hair. I like to use it as a pre-wash treatment as well as on damp hair before blow drying.

Green People Quinoa and Avocado Hair Serum

I took a while to warm to this hair serum. It came highly recommended, but I didn’t quite know how to use it at first. I am now on my second tube (in fact, I’ve just realised I’ve photographed the old tube, as it used to be called styling gel). I don’t know if it’s because I now have longer hair, but I now use this on an almost daily basis. It is a multi use product,; I tend to use it on dry hair to tame any flyaways. I simply rub a small amount between my hands and run my fingers through my hair. It can also be used as a leave in conditioner on damp hair.

So, if you’re looking to go more natural with your hair care, I hope learning about my current hair care routine has helped.

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