Naked Little Miracle Conditioner Review

Okay, so after years of destroying my hair I made the decision to go back to my natural blonde, a year later I was getting bored, my hair was a lot healthier than it had been previously so I started adding various colours to the ends. This reignited my love of hair dye and I went ginger again, followed by red,again and now well I’m back to black, so as you can see my hair really could use a little miracle.
I’ve been exploring more of the Naked range since I reviewed the shampoo and conditioner a few months ago, this leave in conditioner has very quickly become my favourite inexpensive (£4.99) treatment for my locks.

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I’m a huge fan of hair oils so haven’t really paid much attention to leave in conditioners for a fair few years, a couple I had used previously made my hair feel crusty (mmm) so I was never really won over.
Naked products are so kind to your scalp, it’s one of the main reasons I love them since needing to go silicone and sulphate free. Little Miracle contains Shea butter and Argan oil which protect hair from styling while at the same time make it look and feel healthy and shiny.
You only need to apply a teeny tiny blob of this, I towel dry my hair a little, bend forward so my hair hangs down in-front of me – I find this the easiest way to make sure I apply the conditioner to my ends and mid lengths but not my roots, evenly run it thought and then blow dry it.
I’ve ditched the oils for now and will sometimes leave out conditioning my hair going straight to this after shampooing, There’s no crusty aftermath, the only evidence this leaves behind is happy, healthy hair!

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