A while back I was contacted on Twitter with the opportunity to review some haircare products from Richard Ward, a celebrity...

Haircare by Richard Ward*

13:00 Laura Thornberry 1 Comments


A while back I was contacted on Twitter with the opportunity to review some haircare products from Richard Ward, a celebrity hairdresser with a new range of innovative hair care – The Chelsea Collection – exclusively at Waitrose. So as a lover of all things haircare, I jumped at the chance of this; as anything with keratin is great for the hair and something that promises volume is a win win for me!

I always mix up my haircare routine, as I feel using the same products isn't too great for your hair as the product builds up and your hair will get used to the products, therefore each wash you wont get the desired effect. Alongside my Aussie products, I was using these Richard Ward products and I was very happy with the results that I got from these.

Both the shampoo and conditioner smell very lovely, really fruity and floral, not too overpowering like some salon products can be. The shampoo lathers up really well and really makes your hair feel clean after the very first wash. The conditioner on the other hand was slightly weird, not in a bad way, just a very strange consistency that I found quite difficult to squeeze out the bottle. However, once applied to the hair and rinsed out, my hair was left looking shiny and silky and feeling light and bouncy.

Overall, after using these two products for a couple of months now, I am really impressed with how they work for my hair and how my hair looks after using them. My hair is left feeling super clean, bouncy, healthy and slightly voluminsed, which is something I always look for when using haircare products! So if you're looking to try out some new haircare, I would definitely recommend these!

Have you tried any haircare by Richard Ward? What are your current favourite hair products?

1 comment:

  1. The packaging looks lovely x
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