28 October 2012

Review | Tresemme Heat Protection Spray

Hi girls,

Having longish hair means that taking care of it is a must. Otherwise you can be left with a tangled, dry and frizzy mess of a mane! One product which i use to keep my hair tip-top condition is the Tresemme Heat Protection Spray. A few spritzes of this sweet smelling spray, and your hair will most definitely thank you for it!

Image and video hosting by TinyPic The bottle itself is quite reminiscent to me of when you visit the hairdressers, and they have them fancy bottles which sprays the product all over your hair within a couple of spritzes. It also has a 'stop' safety button on the side of the handle, which allows you to 'lock' the product so none of the product will squirt out unexpectedly - great for when you shove this in your toiletries bag when going on your holiday!

When you apply this product, it shoots out from the bottle as a fine mist and each spray covers quite a large area of your hair, so there is no need to go over board spraying here there and everywhere - a little of this stuff goes a long way. Also, as this spray disperses as a mist, it doesn't leave your hair feeling greasy at all - which means its also great to spray on your roots too. This stuff also smells gorgeous, it has that nice 'hairdressers' smell to it.

I use this spray ever morning/evening after i've washed my hair, this thoroughly prepares my hair for the onslaught of heated hair tools, which tackle my mane on a daily basis.

Tresemme have certainly come up trumps with this spray, it does exactly what it says on the bottle and doesn't cost the earth at an affordable £4.69 (Boots). This product makes my hair feel in much better condition, look shinier and also helps my split ends appear less visible. One other little thing i've noticed when using this, is that my hair seems to not take as long to dry - definitely a winner!

Tresemme Heat Defence 300ml - RRP £4.69 | Available from Boots, Superdrug and Wilkinsons.

Felicity xo

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