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Wednesday, November 23, 2016

Probably the Best Hair Conditioner Money Can Buy

Bed Head Colour Goddess Oil Infusion Conditioner Review

Let me begin by saying I am having the worst time imaginable (slightly dramatic I know) with my hair; a few months ago, a trip to the hairdresser resulted in disaster and I have been left nursing broken and almost damaged beyond repair sections of my hair. I now have truly lost all faith in hairdressers and as a result will probably not colour my hair again (cue the tiny violin music), However had such incident not occurred, I highly doubt I would have been inclined to try such an intensive conditioner as Bed Head Colour Goddess Oil Infusion Conditioner, and in turn would not be able to recommend it to all those in a similar parched situation.

Bed Head Colour Goddess Oil Infusion Conditioner Review

As you can see from the photos Bed Head Colour Goddess Oil Infusion Conditioner is indeed one of a few products within a collection; I have tried out both the Bed Head Colour Goddess Oil Infusion Shampoo and the Miracle Treatment mask, and although I do like (and would perhaps go as far as stating love) both products, the Bed Head Colour Goddess Oil Infusion Conditioner is really what blew me away. It does go without saying that if you do feel your hair is in need of a bout of intensive T.L.C, you could do far worse than purchasing all three products, but for now let us concentrate on the wonder that is Bed Head Colour Goddess Oil Infusion Conditioner.

Bed Head Colour Goddess Oil Infusion Conditioner Review

They say when you know, you know, in regards to friendship, love and big gut decsions and in my opinion this rule should also apply to conditioner (and maybe jeans too). From the first application of Bed Head Colour Goddess Oil Infusion Conditioner, I could all but swear my soul felt a little lighter - the creamy and almost vanilla-come-toffee scented concoction, quickly quenched my dried out and veering on crispy locks. I know what you are thinking, there are plenty of other conditioners out there that could offer the same results - true but there are very few, if any, that have detangled my hair in-shower quite like it (I finger comb my hair as it is so fragile and of a wavy texture); even the most stubborn knots and tangles loosed with ease making for a more pleasant, pain free, combing session afterwards.

Bed Head Colour Goddess Oil Infusion Conditioner Review

Bed Head Colour Goddess Oil Infusion Conditioner has been created to care for coloured hair types and such, offers a colour protective guard in the form of sweet almond oil - said oil is said to deposit a micro-layer of water repelling agents, which should prevent colour fade. At this point in time my hair is too far gone for me to really care about the colour, all I want to do is nurse it back to good health and the ultra nourishing blend of shea butter, Vitamin E, and keratin does just that. From the very first use my hair instantly felt softer and verging on healthy, I can all but see the vast improvement in condition before my very eyes and the good news is that Bed Head Colour Goddess Oil Infusion Conditioner is fairly affordable. No it's not your bargain basement find but at just over £8 a bottle, it isn't an eye watering investment either.

As far as damaged hair products go, very few can come close to Bed Head Colour Goddess Oil Infusion Conditioner and I recommend it to struggling with dried out and stressed locks.

Bed Head Colour Goddess Oil Infusion Conditioner £8.35/200ml via Feel Unique - link.
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