So first of all it’s my birthday today so I’m finally twenty years old and out of the teenage years! I’m pretty excited so I thought I’d share some of my excitement with you guys and talk about some of the hottest new haircare ranges (and some that haven’t been released yet at the time of writing this) so you guys can be excited too! I haven’t included images within this post simply because some of these products haven’t been launched yet but I do have some descriptions so I hope that you enjoy this post.
L’oreal Elvive Extraordinary Oils Range
I haven’t yet heard anyone talk about the newest additions to L’oreals haircare line which is quite surprising as they have been released. I particularly have my eye on the mask pot which claims to condition and add more shine particularly to the tips of the hair. This range is formulated from a blend of luxurious flower oil extracts and claims to have technology in conjunction with the shampoo for the driest hair.
Dove Pure Care Dry Oil Range
One of the newest additions to the Dove Haircare is the Dove Pure Care Dry Oil Range which claims to be a luxurious range infused with African Macadamia Oil. The main aim of this range is to add and lock in nourishing moisture but without weighing the hair down. I’m yet to try anything by this range but it does sound pretty promising.
Redken Cerafill Dense FX
If you’re a fan of Redken as a brand and long for thicker hair then the new Cerafill Dense FX Hair Diameter Thickening Treatment which can now be found on Feel Unique is bound to excite you. This is part of a new range which plumps each individual strand of hair to add more thickness and volume and this claims to make you feel like you have gained 9000 hairs after one use. Wow. If like me you have thin hair then this could be a product worth investing in.
Bumble and Bumble City Swept Finish
When the new Invisible Oil range was released, Bumble and Bumble fans went wild but now they have something new to fawn over with the new Bumble and Bumble City Swept Finish which is now available in Boots, Selfridges and online. This new product is a misting balm which claims to dispense in a lightweight veil to define and control. The aim is to create windswept hair without with out a heavy or crispy feel.
Kerastase Discipline Thermique Creme
Kerastase is a brand that I haven’t really delved into mainly because of the price, accessability and let’s be honest does anyone else have trouble remembering the long names of the products? Having said that the new Kerastase cream sounds pretty intriguing and promises to help to tame unruly locks by smoothing down strands and preventing the effects of humidity on hair. You can pick this up at Feel Unique.
Bleach London Spin The Bleack Bottle Cool Colour Kit
I have to say I’m pretty impressed with Bleach London’s new Christmas kit, the idea is to spin the Bleach bottle and whichever hair colour it lands on is which colour you dye your hair. I would say that this is only for the brave but for people like me who love to change their hair colour this is a pretty cool idea. You can purchase this at Boots.
V05 Rough and Sexy Sea Salt Spray
This has not yet been launched at the time of writing this (which is 14th december) however a sneak peek on Unilever’s website has confirmed the launch of some new additions to the Give Me Texture range by V05 one of which is the Rough and Sexy Sea Salt Spray. The launch date hasn’t yet been confirmed but has been detailed at Mid December so keep your eyes peeled!
V05 Effortless Wave Creation Foam
A second product that will be joining the Give Me Texture Range by VO5 is the Effortless Wave Creation Foam. This is right up my street as my hair is quite wavy so it will be interesting to see if this adds some definition to my curls. This will also be released in the middle of December apparently so again keep your eyes out.
So that is it for this post, I really hope that you enjoyed it and if you did please hit the like button. Let me know in the comments which of these products you are most excited for and which ones you will be giving a miss.
Thanks for reading.