Best Budget Hair Products #2

I love using hair products but quite frankly I can’t always afford to be buying from the the likes of Oribe, Bumble and Bumble and Redken, so I thought that it would be fun to put together another post sharing ten hair products that I love and that do the job, yet are still budget friendly. I hope that you enjoy this post.
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1) Aussie Dual Personality Styling Shine and Coloured Hair Protection Serum £4.99 (Link)
Despite the rather long winded name of this product (sorry Aussie but it’s true), this is a nice little item to have in your stash, especially if you like to colour your hair a lot like I do. The idea behind this is that it is 2 products in 1 and adds shine to your hair as well as helping to lock in the colour.

2) La Riche Directions Hair Dye £2.99 (Link)
I’ve mentioned this brand of hair dyes on my blog a multitude of times but only because I truly love it. If you want neon colour in your hair then apply this over bleached hair and voila bright and crazy colour is yours. If you like the pastel hair trend then you can use this and simply mix with conditioner to thin it out and have a paler colour.

3) Johnsons Baby Shampoo £1.10 (Link)
I always have to have at least one bottle of this in my stash simply because this is just amazing. Yes you can use it for your hair if you have a sensitive scalp, but I actually use this to clean my makeup brushes and nothing else has done the job better for me. If you use makeup brushes and you have a sensitive scalp then I’d definitely recommend this.

4) Lee Stafford Breaking Hair Detangling Spray £6.99 (Link)
I have two bottles of this in my collection and I use it on both myself and my boyfriend because it’s just amazing and really helps to detangle hair without snapping it. My hair is very fine and knots easily and my boyfriend has thick curls and yet this works on both of us to really help to get rid of knots. A must have for knotty girls.

5) Lee Stafford Ubuntu Oils Light Repairing Oil Mist £10.99 (Link)
The most expensive product on my list but still budget friendly compared to higher brands and this stuff is great. I spray this onto my hair when it’s feeling quite dry and I apply it both on damp and dry hair and it just sinks in and gives my hair that extra boost of moisture that I find it needs. An added bonus is that this smells great too.

6)Smart Beauty Highlights Hair Dyes (Price Varies) (Link)
Quite frankly unless you have bleached blonde hair the full head colour dyes by this brand and pretty rubbish however the Highlights range is amazing. I applied the red highlights onto my dark brown hair without bleaching first and it came out neon red/pink. Why? Because this contains a very small amount of bleach (but not enough to make your hair blonde) which works to really boost the colour. Cost friendly, effective and extemely underrated.

7) So…? Dry Shampoos £4.99 for 4 (Link) or £1.00 each at Savers.
I’m sure that you all remember So…? The biggest rival of Charlie and Impulse and the sassy brand specialising in body sprays. I still love So…? as a brand and now they have released their own dry shampoo range which is budget friendly, smells great and you get a lot of product for your money. I have the scent Floral and Flirty which I will be doing a review on in the future.

8) Tresemme Moisture Rich Conditioner £3.89 (Link)
I love Tresemme as a brand and I’ve been using their Moisture Rich Conditioner for the past month or so. Not only is this excellent quality for for £3.89 you can get a 500ml bottle and in Boots there is (or was when I last checked) a deal where you can get two of the smaller bottles for £3-4. Definitely budget friendly and you do get a lot of product for your money.

9) Tresemme Moisture Rich Shampoo £4.99 (Link)
If you use a lot of shampoo and go through bottle after bottle pretty quickly then it’s only reasonable to suggest picking this up which is priced at £4.99 for a 900ml bottle. As mentioned above this is a great product and works really well with the matching conditioner. I’m loving these at the moment.

10) Urban Fudge Iced Raspberry and Vanilla Hairspray £4.99 (Link)
My final product is an amazing extra hold hairspray without the horrible scent of hairspray. Not only does this help to hold your hair in place with minimal stickyness ancd crispiness but this also smells absolutely amazing and I would wear this scent as a perfume if I could. Better yet this is priced under ten pounds and Urban Fudge is an amazing quality brand.

So that is it for this post and if you enjoyed it please hit the like button, let me know in the comments if you have tried or want to try any of these products.

Thanks for reading.
Love x


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One Response to Best Budget Hair Products #2

  1. rachelhailesx says:

    I really want the Urban Fudge hairspray now and I’ve been wanting to try the new So… dry shampoo ever since i saw it in Savers. Thanks for the good review, i’ll definitely be purchasing them now!

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