The Lush Big Shampoo is my first port of call when my lifeless, limp hair feels like it needs some extra volume. The protein rich seaweed revitalises and strengthens, whilst the big chunks of sea salt lift your locks. When it contact with water, it lathers up nicely, cleansing, clarifying and leaving my hair with a tousled, glossy finish.
For a good all rounder, the Ogario Revive and Shine Shampoo* is perfect for gently cleansing and replenishing tired tressed. This sweet, cola bottle scented offering is great at getting rid of product build up by lathering up nicely, but it doesn't strip the hair of its natural oils.
Although the Bumble and Bumble Sunday Shampoo isn't suitable for coloured hair, I can't help but use it every so often when I need to detoxify my locks. Although it isn't as nourishing as others, it still leaves my hair feeling light, healthy and nourished at the ends. If you're looking for a once a week treatment that prolongs the time between washes then this is your best bet.
To inject moisture back into my hair, I have been reaching for the Davines Nounou Hair Mask*, a 10 minute treatment that hydrates my locks in an instant. Olive butter softens, jojoba oil tames flyaways and Rhinobian gum adds body to the hair. I use this regularly after washing my hair to hydrate and prolong the wear of my hair dye and keep it looking healthy and vibrant.
Do you use any clarifying treatments for your hair?