I’ve been taking a look at Style Freedom’s unique four step system (created by the hair experts at Knight & Wilson) to see how it can help me get perfect looking hair this spring. This cruelty free hair care collection is grouped into four steps and I selected one product from each step to try.
Step 1 – Foundation
I chose the Hair Detox Kit, £7.99. This is a two part system to purify and revitalise your hair. Part one is to purify. It’s infused with green tea and citrus to gently remove impurities and product build-up. Part two is the revitaliser to replenishe and nourish the freshly detoxed hair.It contains shea butter and vitamin E for suppleness, strength and vitality.
I absolutely loved how this works. The first step stripped back all that build up and my hair felt so clean – and then I used part two to nourish. After this step my hair didn’tfeel quite so squeaky clean as I’d like so I used a teeny amount of the detox afterwards and if felt amazing. Perfect!
Step 2 Creation
My selection from this step was Straight N Sleek, £7.99 This is designed to tame curly, frizzy hair and is a great blow dry formula with shea butter and vitamin E. It’s able to lock in a smooth or straight style and keep you hair sleek. I usually struggle so much with styling lotions – either they leave my hair feeling sticky and looking dull or after only a few minutes of damp weather my hair has frizzed up. This time it was different. I used this before drying and straightening my hair and much later in the day a work colleague commented on my hair saying how long and straight it looked. That’s when I realised that I’d gone all day and it hadn’t curled or frizzed!
Step 3 Finish
Once I’ve got my hair clean and straight I need it to look shiny so that it really looks healthy and so I chose Pure Shine, £7.99 from Step 3. It’s instant shine in a can and it also tames frizz and fly aways – what’s more it works on wet or dry hair which is so useful when you’re in a rush.
Step 4 – Revival
From the final fourth step I chose Dry Shampoo, £7.99. I’m never without a can of dry shampoo these days. They’ve come so far from those early talc type sprays and this is a good one. It not only removes dirt, grease and oil but it adds real life to limp hair. I love it!
Just one funny story I should tell you though is to be careful when you’re a bit bleary eyed in the morning. The other day, I reached for the dry shampoo as I’d had a late night and just couldn’t face getting up early enough to wash my hair before work. It was pretty bad so I gave it a liberal spray but it didn’t work. In fact it looked shinier and then I realised I was spraying on the shine spray. I panicked and sprayed on the dry shampoo too but it didn’t quite recover and then I had no time so I just had to tie it back in a messy bun! Oh dear!
So all these products and so much more in this range are available here and in Superdrug stores. Such a great high street range – go ahead and give them a go!
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