I’m currently at a bit of an inbetween phase with my hair. Grown out for being a bridesmaid last weekend, it’s now hitting my collar bone and I am enjoying the flexibility the extra length brings. Over the hot summer though I have barely paid it any attention at all and got to the point where I really needed to start making more effort. So I was pleased to try out the new Strength and Repair range from Charles Worthington.
I’m happy to report, I really liked the shampoo and conditioner. The shampoo lathered really well on the first wash and the conditioner felt rich yet wasn’t a pain to rinse out. Both of them had a gorgeous perfume-like smell that felt pampering and lovely to use.
The star of the show however was the Split ends Binder. Worked through the lengths after towel drying, it gave me a lovely full blowdry, with soft shiny hair that wasn’t flat or limp. My hair felt protected and nourished, and then I passed it to my sister for further testing and she liked it too.
As I’m in the market for a new shampoo and on a budget for the next few months, I’d definitely choose these. As someone who doesn’t buy many hair styling products because I’m often disappointed by their claims compared to the actual results, I really recommend the split ends binder for everyday protection and great results.
Will you give it a go readers?
Disclaimer: Charles Worthington provided Takeaway size samples for review on Florence Finds, but if I wouldn’t recommend it to a friend, you wouldn’t be hearing about it here.