The Bumble and Bumble Sunday Shampoo is the perfect pick for product build up or if your hair is feeling a little weighed down. It clarifies and leaves your tresses feeling fresh, meaning that I can go longer between washes. As someone who has dyed hair, I try and not use this one every wash as it can strip the colour too quickly, but for every now and again it's perfect!
I've been using the Philip Kingsley Coconut Breeze Elasticiser* for a couple of weeks now, but even after the first use I knew it was love. It left my hair feeling incredibly lightweight, nourished and not at all greasy, which can sometimes happen after I've used a hair mask. This particular treatment goes on before your shampoo, making it super easy to use and wash out. Although it's too early to see the long term benefits, my locks feel so swishy and hydrated.
Another Philip Kingsley product I've been loving is the After-Sun Scalp Mask* which can be used in conjunction with the Elasticiser for ease. As someone who dyes their hair regularly my scalp can sometimes be left feeling a little sore and sensitive, especially when staying out in the sun the whole day. I'm going to be honest and say I didn't expect to like this; I thought it would leave me with greasy roots or I wouldn't notice any difference, but I really have. Although the Elasticiser is great for the ends and lengths, this really soothes my irritated scalp.
Although I love treating myself and my hair to high end products, Schwarzkopf still remains one of my favourite affordable haircare brands, especially when it comes to hair oils and hair sprays. Their Insta-Shine* offering is great at holding my locks in place without making them crispy - perfect for spritzing every day as it holds just the right amount.
What products are part of your Summer haircare routine?
If a product is marked with a * it is a PR sample. This post contains affiliates.