The subject of hair care is so old.. But I feel there is still so much to learn about it, at least for me. Having quite fine, pin straight hair volume is what I would aim for. But although adding volume is quite high on that hair priority list, I find that the top spot is taken by an ongoing quest to find the right shampoo.
There is so much choice, so many opinions and so many price points… Surely, having years of hair washing experience and an abundance of products on offer, I could have found at least a few good shampoos..
But that’s not the case! Desperation levels rise up with every new bottle purchased. The main issues are:
Organic ones – they are supposed to be good for you, but why do they leave an unmanageable mess on my head, give me all sorts of scalp issues and either leave hair looking dry and damaged or oily and even finer! Doesn’t matter which end of organic shampoo I tried – from Avalon Organics to Josh Rosebrook (with John Masters Organics and Leonor Greyl in between) the results are just not great…
Non organic – ingredients issue, I know that they are not good for me: silicones, parabens, sulfates, etc.. And they do not make my hair look that great either. But then – is it better to walk around trying to resist the need to desperately scratch your head (sexy right!?) and making sure not to wear black cause all this flakiness is the opposite of what I want to tell with my outfit..
So the struggle is real and although I am keeping positive, trying to concentrate on drugstore options for the time being so I don’t have multiple bottles of £££ shampoos collecting dust on the bathroom shelf.
Better save for that designer bag that’s on my wishlist🙌 Nice bag is a good distraction from not so nice hair, right?