My favourite hair care products

I think if anybody would once ask me what I like most about myself (in terms of appearance), I'd probably answer with 'my hair', as it grows really really fast and isn't sensitive at all. I'm not sure why this is the case, but I thought that it would be helpful to share a few of my favorite hair care items with you, as they surely help with the good health and quick growing process of the hair.

To begin with, I use my Gliss Kur Total Repair Wonder-Serum-Spray by Schwarzkopf after each and every hair wash, and before brushing through the hair. It helps to unknot the hair, so that you can get easier through it with the hair brush. I'm sure that you have heart this a hundred times already, but you really do have to be careful with wet hair as it's the time where it is most fragile. Such a spray helps you not take too much of a toll on it, so that it doesn't break as quick.

My second step would be to use the Gliss Kur 6 Miracles Oil Essence by Schwarzkopf, and massage it into the point of my hair and even a little above. For this, I seperate my hair into two equal sections and use two pumps of the oil for each section. If you have problems with greasy hair, only use a little amount of the oil in the very tips of your hair, to prevent your hair from becoming even more greasy.

I don't blowdry my hair every time I wash it. Actually, I almost never do, because I'm wayyyy to lazy. But on the rare occasions where I have to, I never skip the heat protecting spray. Normally, I grab for the one that you can see on the picture above, which is the Heat-Protect Styling-Spray by Syoss.

After styling my hair with a hair straightener or a curling iron (which is just as rare as blowdrying it, but hey, just in case you were wondering, I wanted to have mentionned it), I use a tiny amount of this Slippery Elm Polishing Gloss by Supernatural Ecoly Formulas. I bought this one quite some time ago at my hairdresser, and it costed me around 30 Euros, which I personally find wayyyy to much to spend on a hair product. But for some strange reason, I choose to splurge on it that day, and to be honest : I don't even regret it. You really do need max. a pea-sized amount of it each time, and your hair feels like silk afterwards, soooo splurge! Really, just do it, splurge!

For the summertime, I love to enhance my natural wavey texture by using a mousse or a sea salt spray.

For the mousse, I always go for the Foxy Curls - Extreme Curl Mousse by Tigi - Bed Head. I massage it into the wet hair and let it airdry, so that the curls come out even more.

For the sea salt spray, I discovered this little gem called Surf Spray by Bumble and bumble last summer. I know what you're thinking right now : 'Are you serious? This thing has been all over the Internet for years now?' But I really had my concerns splurging this much money on a hair product. I had already almost forgot it when I came along a miniature-size with 50 ml in Sephora (France) while on vacation, so I had to have it. It really is quite nice, gives a beautiful texture to your hair and makes you look like you've come 'straight outta' beach (get it? ...yeah okay, bad joke, I know). So if you feel like splurging a little, here you go, that's the product of your choice!



  1. High-quality product with an awesome smell. Excellent product for that wavy sea spray look that's so in right now. My hair is really long so it doesn't work as well for it as it would with shorter hair.

    1. I used it when I had really long hair as well, it took a bit more effort and time but I managed to make it work - so if you just experiment with it for a bit, you should find a way to make it work, too x

  2. Wow! Nice stuff. I am very glad that I found your blog. hair care products " Keep sharing such kind of useful information. Excellent one.


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