Short Hair Daily Grabs

So it’s only been a few months since things have got a little shorter lock-wise, but I’m already sensing what products are going to be coming to the forefront to lend their expertise on my locks. And I’m pretty excited about the whole thing. Can you tell? Therefore I thought I’d serve up what I’ve been reaching for in life post-mid lengths…

I’m putting it down to all the playing, flicking and touching I’ve been engaging in with my strands since their snip, but things just seem to be getting greasier quicker. Is this normal? Or am I just being too touchy feely? It’s most probably the latter, so to combat this I’ve dug out the Bblunt Back to Life Dry Shampoo. Which in doing so I realised that there is a distinct lack of dry shampoo formulas in my drawers (recommendations are welcomed), so this is not the perfect choice by any means. There’s a hint of a grey-cast, which vigorous rubbing gets rid of, which in turn creates a ridiculous amount of fresh and fluffy volume. Every cloud has a silver lining and all that. Working on the opposing problem is Toni&Guy Casual Sea Salt Spray which I’ve been grabbing to add a bit of grit and grease to the ends when things are looking a little too clean for my tastes.

I had been striking the days off on my calendar until my haircut as I was lusting hard for the whole ‘waved lob’ effect. In fact the minute the hairdresser left I turned on my straighteners for the first time in ages and got curling. To keep all my work in place I’ve been passing a spritz or two of L’Oreal Paris Professionnel Air Fix Extra Strong Fixing Spray through as an insurance policy. It gives hold without the crunch, great stuff. And where would a curl line-up be without the Bblunt HD Curl Defining Leave in Cream – will I ever be without this? I get sweaty palms just imagining it.