A little our three months ago I had my usual hair appointment and was so shocked to have a good two inches cut off because my hair was so unhealthy. I realised that I had REALLY been neglecting my hair and that takes a toll on your locks in the most irrversible way. Now I have a little routine to share with along with some extra tips to ensure you don’t end up having an unwanted chop!


This routine is what I do every time I wash my hair which is usually 3-4 times a week and along with the unwanted chop it has ensured my hair doesn’t go back to that awful state it was in. It’s quick, easy and really makes a difference! The first product I use is the Kevin.Murphy Un.Tangled Leave-In Conditioner, Detangler because I had unmanageably tangly hair and always have. This product is a two-in-one it provides the hair with heat protection as well as detangling and conditioning. It’s easily the most effective detangler I’ve tried and I would 100% recommend this as the detangler to buy! The spray evenly distributes the product and overall it’s a fab product. I spray this into damp hair and then brush with a Tangle Teezer. I do enjoy my Tangle Teezer, I’ve used them for close to 3 years, but I do miss something with a handle!

The next step is making a little bit of a concoction of two products in your hand then working it through the lengths of your hair (so from your ears down). I love using an oil, at the moment I’m using Redken Diamond Oil, because oils just make your hair so much healthier overall. I’ve been using oils for a long time and can feel a huge difference in not only the strength but also the appearance of my hair. It’s so much shiny and less frizzy! I add 3-4 drops of that into my palm and then about a 10 cent coin size of the EVO Happy Campers Hard-Working Moisturiser. This is an awesome product for protecting the hair from the sun so definitely a must-have coming into spring and summer. It is pretty much sunscreen for your hair! It doesn’t feel like anything in your locks or leave a funny residue so once worked in you won’t even notice. If you spend alot of time outside or have a holiday coming up this is a must-have but it’s great to apply everyday regardless.


Extra tips for healthier hair:
– cut back on the heat styling, it makes SUCH a difference
– let your hair dry naturally even if it means changing your routine
– use a super hydrating mask once a week
– be careful when your hair is wet. It’s the most prone to breakage so brush carefully and only with something that’s super gentle
– avoid super tight hair ties and switch to material ones if you can. They really lessen breakage and creasing in the hair which means less heat styling!
– switch to satin pillowcases
– wash only in luke warm water
– consider your diet and supplements as this can help but also hinder hair strength

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What are your favourite products or tips for healthier hair?


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I'm a retail manager by day and a blogger by night aiming to bring you the newest beauty, fashion and lifestyle news. More Than Adored was created to help beauty lovers, like myself, make informed decisions when it comes to buying new goodies.

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    what changed my hair the most is not washing it daily and not using as much heat. the tigi s factor range works best for me but the products you mentioned seem lovely too. have to give them a try.


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