Third product review on Hair Week. I’ve been lucky enough to get my hands on these amazing hair products so it’s only fair that I share them with you!
I’ve been under the weather today, my sister brought a nasty virus into the house so I’ve been very lethargic and sicky feeling. Luckily I’ve had Little Miss making me laugh all day with her silliness. I wanted to post this earlier because I think this is a great little product but I just haven’t had the energy or attention span to do it. Even now my head is swimming but I will not let anything drag me off course!
Today I’m reviewing Lee Stafford’s “Blow Dry Your Hair Faster” Wonder Spray* it’s probably one of my favourite products i’ve been given to review. I have always been a fan of Lee Stafford. The shampoo and conditioner were the first “professional” hair care range I ever tried. I love the hot pink packaging so when I saw this bottle shining at me from my Nottingham meet goody bag I was excited. It RRP’s £6.19 and lasts ages. But does it do what it claims to do?
“Lee Stafford Blow Dry Wonder Spray is packed full of extra special ingredients to improve the smoothness of the surface of the hair and reduce friction, for easier combing and detangling of wet hair.
For starters, I don’t need to use a seperate heat protector as it’s built in, always a bonus. It doesn’t make my hair greasy or sticky. It’s easy to spray on and makes hair easier to comb through. It has a nice smell which as i’ve mentioned time and time again is very important for anything I put on my hair or skin.
HOWEVER, I don’t know if it reduces drying time by that much. I used the stop watch on my phone and it appears to be just under two minutes faster. I’m lucky that I have pretty normal hair that doesn’t take a lot of blow drying but with a little one, any time faster is better than no time faster.
|Without using Lee Stafford Blow Dry Wonder Spray|
|With using Lee Stafford Blow Dry Wonder Spray|
Not too much of a difference in drying time but you know what? I’d still buy this spray again for the other qualities it possesses. I should also like to note apart from shampoo and condition, the only other thing I had used on my hair was my Macadamia Hair Oil* on the ends that I’d dyed. I also think it’s a bargain price compared to other products i’ve used from higher end ranges.
Are the any other Lee Stafford products I should be trying? I have my eye on hair growth range, anyone tried it?