Top Three Products for Dry Hair

Products for Dry hairDry hair is such a pain. We all know that when it comes down to it, most of the time dry hair means it is time for a haircut – but that’s something I am way to lazy to have done on a regular basis (plus it is usually quite pricey…). So I often find myself spending money on hair products that can help prolong the gap between haircuts. And you know what? I think I might have actually found three winners.

The Best Products for Dry, Frizzy Hair

The annoying thing about dry hair is that is causes frizz. But then the frizz makes your hair drier and it is like this never-ending cycle of just unmanageable hair. But fret no more, because I have found three absolute hydration hits for your hair so that you never have to worry about dry, frizzy hair again – well hopefully anyway…

Bed Head Urban Antidotes Recovery Treatment Mask

Products for Dry hair - Bed Head Recovery Hair Mask

Frizzy hair + bleach = very, very dry hair

I had balayage done recently, and although the colour looks alright, the condition of my hair wasn’t too great. I used to have kinda frizzy ringlets before, but after the bleach, my hair wasn’t having any of it. It was just drying in what can only be described as a lion mane-esque manner…

That was until I remembered in my trusty beauty stash I had the most amazing hair mask ever. This hair mask cures your dry hair woes and leaves you with the softest, silkiest flowing locks. Are you sold yet?

Honestly, the Bed Head Urban Antidotes Recovery Treatment Mask is an absolute miracle worker. I’m now on my third tub, which proves just how much I love this – and trust me, I have trialled many a hair product in order to find the goodies.

Going from dry hair in the summer, to dry hair in the winter from using a hairdryer all the time, this is going to be a continual winner.

What originally started off as a PR sample, has now become a firm favourite in my haircare routine. I use it once a week, and only leave it in for five minutes or so, and when I rinse out my hair, it is super duper soft. It’s even left smelling of this gorgeous sweet blueberry smell – well at least I think it is blueberry? Whatever it is, it smells great.

L’Oreal Professionnel Mythic Oil Original Oil

Products for Dry hair - l"oreal mythic oil

I’ve done a blog post previously all about taming frizzy hair but at the time I had run out of my favourite: Mythic Oil. Because I had been without it for a while, I had forgotten just how good the stuff actually is. What’s more, since I last purchased it, the packaging has now changed. And I mean look at just how regal it looks in the fancy glass bottle!

Mythic Oil is just one of those hair care products that cures a multitude of hair sins. Frizzy hair? No problem. Dry ends? Not a problem in the slightest. A few pumps into your hands, rub them together and then smooth through the ends of your hair to get that frizz totally tamed.

One of the main reasons I am all for this oil is mainly because I find it so nourishing on the ends. My ends are usually really dry because I have curly hair. So using a product like this on them is so good for giving it a quick hydration hit as it stops my hair looking so straw-like, and also helps to slightly define some of the curls.

Coconut Oil

Products for Dry hair - coconut oil

Would you believe I have been fooled into buying hair products that cost £20 upwards? The amount of expensive hair products I have tried that have done nothing for my hair is absolutely ridiculous. And would you believe that the one that worked the best is under £7, and found in supermarkets? Yep, coconut oil has been an absolute saviour for my dry, frizzy hair.

I’ve been using this in my hair while it is wet, and oh my gosh does it make a difference to not only the frizz but also the dryness of my hair. It somehow manages to completely tame my hair and make it look super healthy.

I’m just still in shock that such a cheap and simple product can end up being such a winner considering the amount of really expensive products I’ve tried previously.

Plus if you get yourself a massive tub of coconut oil, you can use it as a really great body moisturiser, cuticle oil, blister healer (a favourite use of coconut oil for me – the “all shoes give me blisters” type), and the list goes on.

Like seriously, the coconut oil trend might have already passed, and I am only just catching on to it, but it really does work!

What are your ride-or-die frizzy/dry hair care products?

Vita Coco Coconut OilL’Oreal Professionnel Mythic Oil Original OilTIGI Bed Head Urban Antidotes Recovery Treatment Mask