Having frizzy, wild, uncontrollable hair, I need something to help de-frizz it. My first Lee Stafford product was the magical hair growth treatment, or not so much, but after feeling the effects of it, I’ve been sold on his product ever since. If you’ve read my other posts you’ll know that I have a fair few of Lee’s products. I love the pink packaging, it makes me feel so girly, and the prices are very reasonable, even more so when you pick it up on a 3 for 2 or some other offer from Boots! This is exactly how I found this product.
Boots had the 3 for 2 offer on hair products, and straight away I went to pick up the ‘For Hair That Doesn’t Grow Past A Certain Length’ tub, which retails for £7.99. I then needed to make the most of the offer, of course – you can’t just buy one when there’s an offer like that can you?!, so I set sail for the search to find another hair product, which I didn’t particularly need. Did I really just say that!? How glad am I that I’ve found this! It comes as a 200ml aerosol, which you spray onto towel dried hair and it magically gets rid of my lion mane. I tend to have one side of my hair which is more frizzy than the other, but I treat my hair to a spray all over.
I have also found that when the weather is a bit humid outside, that when I have my hair down it does help keep it as I styled it. The bottle lasted a fair while too, I had it for about a month and a half before it started to run out, you know when you spray and all you get is air? For £5.99, this product will stay in my hair care regime for a while to come. After only using frizz sprays which are more liquidized, using an aerosol one was a bit of a change but turns out that I love it!
What de-frizz treatment do you use?