Now it’s a well known fact than when it comes to hair I’m pretty much completely useless. I envy the girls who manage to tease their hair into all sorts of different styles and who can change up their look daily. Me and hair go together about as well as a cat and water.
So for me to have a product rave about a hair product is pretty much miraculous. But hey, miracles do happen and I do have a rave! My new favourite shiny toy is the Elnett Heat Protection and Styling Spray. I just picked this up on a whim because I was in Boots and it was on offer for 4.99 (usually 5.99) on a day when I was thinking I really ought to start using heat protectant in my hair if I want it to grow.I got the one with the volume option (you can also pick it up in straight and curly) that is meant to give you volume that is locked in for 3 days. I am so glad I did, I love this stuff.
When my hair is wet I mist this all over my hair (I’m pretty liberal with it because it doesn’t leave your hair sticky or greasy if you use a lot) and blowdry it. It gives me a lot of added volume without looking like my hair has been blown about by a harsh wind. My roots are left really bouncy and shiny and there is a lot of volume through the length without it being too 80’s retro.
On top of this it helps make my hair stay soft and adds super shine, which admittedly caused me to stare at my hair for so long in the library mirror I cause a bit of a queue for it…whoops. I can just give my hair a bit of a bouff with my hands during the day if I think it’s falling slightly and the volume comes right back.
It’s like dust it powder but without the tacky feeling in your hair. Admittedly it doesn’t last so well for the full three days but does definitely still have an effect throughout. I’m really into wearing my hair quite messy these days so this product is perfect.
I highly recommend this product if you want to add a little height to your hair. Plus, at less than ten quid it won’t break the bank! Which with the kick in drugstore prices is not something that can often be said these days.