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Sunday, September 01, 2013

Salon at Home with Charles Worthington

Charles Worthington Salon Strength and Repair


I've recently been back in the gym and gosh I hate it, men feeling the need to advise me (unasked may I add) on protein powders and women thinking that it is totally acceptable to try and strike a conversation up while starkers in the changing room. I'm not a prude by any means but my private parts are private and that is why I hide in cubicles - no offence to you or your waxing of choice ladies! Anyway I thought I'd share what I have been taking to the gym to wash my hair after a work out which is the rather dinky bottles of Charles Worthington Salon at Home Range.

From what I have gathered the Salon at Home is a vast collection with various sub categories to suit various hair needs from dry, coloured to shine and curls there truly is something for everyone. As I have long hair that gets bleached fairly often the Strength and Repair range is my best option which has been formulated to reduce breakage by up to 82%, repair the appearance of damage and improve elasticity with the aid of Argan oil. That's not all the shampoo and conditioner also feature an in-built heat protectant great for those in a rush.

I have tried out three of the Charles Worthington Salon Strength and Repair line up - the shampoo, the conditioner and the split ends binder. I'm not going to lie to you and say that I mess around with the latter at the gym because I don't but I have used it at home when properly blow drying my hair a.k.a not blasting it with the hairdryer! The shampoo and conditioner are great for dry/damaged hair types as they are highly moisturising and nourishing but they may well be a little too heavy for finer hair types. After a few washes my hair certainly looked and felt smoother as well as being easier to style and comb - I wouldn't say that it repaired my hair but it does help give the appearance of healthier hair. The split ends binder is essentially a finishing product that you apply to damp hair before blow drying - the idea is that helps to seal split ends as well as giving an overall healthy sheen/gloss to the hair. I warn you now that less is more with this product otherwise your hair will feel and look sticky/lank. Otherwise it does what it says on the tin and gives the appearance of smoother hair.

I don't know if I would purchase the Charles Worthington Salon Strength and Repair* products in full size but I will stock up on the minis for travel and the gym as they are so well sized and the formulation is not to be sniffed at either!

You can find the entire range of products here - link
* PR Samples sent for consideration for review.








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5 comments:

  1. I haven't used Charles Worthington for years as I am an avid John Frieda user, I do however love the mini sizes of these, perfect for travel like you mentioned

    Em

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  2. These sound quite nice. I've tried a couple of things by this brand and whilst they were really good i never wanted to repurchase them x

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  3. I love the Charles Worthington Volume & Bounce conditioner that I use on weekends away, I think they're absolutely great.

    Katrina xx

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  4. I always here good stuff about charles worthington hair products but d=this product might be to heavy for my super fine hair, I love the moisture balm mask the best

    http://welldressed25.blogspot.co.uk/

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  5. I always here good stuff about charles worthington hair products but d=this product might be to heavy for my super fine hair, I love the moisture balm mask the best

    http://welldressed25.blogspot.co.uk/

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