After adding “disney princess hair” to my goals for 2015 I knew I had to up the anti with my hair care this year. After chopping off my longer locks I fell in to a bit of a rut with my haircare routine and was a tad lazier with heat protectant and hair masks. Lesson learnt: your hair might be soft and swishy when you first cut it but things can become a bit frazzled when it comes to growing things out.
In addition to daily styling wear and tear, the number of shoots I’ve been on in the past 6 months has increased massively and after two or three hair changes on each of these my hair has been in need of a lot of TLC. I stocked up on a few products back in January in the hope that my hair might not fall out after a few too many shoots and the star of the show by miles has been the SachaJuan Hair Repair.
I’ve been stalking SachaJuan range on Cult Beauty for over the year now and with my current hair predicament I decided the hair repair was definitely one to try. I use it every other wash (or every two washes – dependant on laziness/time issues) and after around a month of use I noticed my hair was starting to behave differently to it’s usual self – think more shine and less fluff. The real proof has been in my vlogs where I can really see a difference from the start of the year and thankfully I’m not the only one who noticed!
After using shampoo and conditioner, I sit with it on my hair for around 10 – 15 minutes (alongside a face mask or two – ultimate pamper time)before rinsing it off. Although I’m not the most keen on the smell, the consistency is liquidly enough to distribute through the hair – nothing like the thick, slippery conditioner feel that a lot of masks bring.
Post wash, my hair now feels far more soft and sleek, in turn making it far more manageable than it has been in the past. It’s more expensive than a few of my drugstore hair mask favourites but there is a noticeable difference in the condition of the hair and longevity of the results which is so important on my mission for princess hair.