What's On My Winter Haircare Wishlist

One of my goals for 2020 is to grow, take better care of my hair, and make sure to keep it in the healthiest condition it has ever been. I've also vowed to try and use less heat tools on my hair, mainly hair straighteners, to prevent dryness, breakage and split ends. Over the years I've stuck to the same haircare brands and the same products - which I have really enjoyed using - but I have decided that it's time to change things up, try something new and see what products work best for my hair type. In terms of my hair type, I have medium length, natural, dark blonde hair which is mostly straight but with a slight wave to it in parts. I've also never dyed my hair which has kept my hair in a good condition. Below are a number of hair masks, oils and serums that I have chosen will aim to help add moisture and hydration, prevent frizz and breakage, as well as adding shine and sleekness to my hair, that I think will help to achieve my hair goals for 2020.
hydrating hair masks

Wishlist - Garnier Ultimate Blends Hair Food Coconut 3 in 1 Mask £6.99 / Bondi Boost Miracle Mask 250ml £25.95 / Shea Moisture Superfruit Masque 326ml £10.99

Hair Masks are a great way to really give your hair a deep and thorough condition. They have similar benefits as a conditioner—like deeply nourishing and strengthening hair—but are more intense and powerful. Hair masks can also target any specific hair concerns you may have, which for me would be frizz, dry ends and dullness. I always look for super hydrating hair masks, usually enriched with nourishing oils, that will really add some moisture back into my hair. I really want to try and aim to be using hair masks 1-2 times a week to really help keep my hair moisturised and nourished, as the colder weather can really damage it and make it dry.

hydrating hair oils

Wishlist - VO5 Nourishing Coconut Hot Oil 4x15ml £4.39 / OUAI Hair Oil 50ml £24 / HASK Argan Shine Oil Pump 100ml £6.99

Hair Oils are a great way to control frizz, tame flyaways and add shine to your hair. They are super lightweight and don't weigh your hair down or make it greasy. I tend to use oils on the mid-lengths and ends of my hair, on freshly washed hair or on dry hair to lock in some moisture and help with shine. I like using oils that contain avocado, argan, coconut or macadamia nut, as for me, these provide the most moisture for my hair and help to boost the appearance/texture of my hair.
hydrating hair serums
Wishlist - John Frieda Frizz-Ease Extra Strength 6 Effects + Serum 50ml £6.99 / L'Oreal Dream Lengths Frizz Killer Serum £8.00 / Lee Stafford Cactus Crush Dazzle Drops 50ml £8.49 / VO5 Heat Protect Serum £4.40
Hair Serums are another treatment that I like to use on a day to day basis. One of the main use of hair serum is that it makes the hair shinier, healthier and causes less tangles. They are perfect for using on washed hair or when styling hair. I always pick up serums that will really benefit my hair needs - mainly to help prevent frizz, split ends, to add shine or to protect from heat.

What products are on your haircare wishlists? What products would you recommend?

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