I am a great fan of Aussies line of 3 minute miracles and their super human conditioning powers but the smell always puts me off reaching for my bottles unless I absolutely need to. I love how the smell does actually linger in the hair, can’t fault it for that, its just a little too over powering for me.
Whilst on my mission to get my hair back to tip top peak condition I picked this spray up in Boots to give my current heat protection / leave in conditioner combo an extra boost.
The first thing that hits me about this dinky little spray is the smell! It smells deliciously fruity and fresh which I absolutely love. It’s light and delicate without being cloying.
The smell really is amazing and my favourite thing about this whole product! Who cares what other magic it can work as long as it smells this good!
I use the Aussie spray when my hair is towel dry with a liberal spritz over the mid to ends and on my fringe as these are the areas that take the most abuse.
My hair dries to a beautiful slinky finish and I’m convinced I don’t need to work the hair as much with my straighteners / dryer to get the desired effect but that could be my imagination!
I haven’t noticed a massive improvement because I don’t heat style my hair every day but when I do use this spray there is a noticeable difference to the hair texture and condition.
This is a brilliant product for its price and I’d definitely re-purchase it when it runs out.
Question is, do I want to try the rest of the Take the Heat range? Or stick with my SLS free current choice? Decisions!
I’m a HUGE grease fan and I’m feeling ever so Sandy today as I’m saying bye bye to my mega blonde and toning it down… in fact, maybe I’m going in reverse, from the spandex clad hotty (I wish), to the poodle skirt wearing plain? Now there’s a thought.
Now I’m not normally one, despite being “plus size” myself, to buy in to the hype of size 0 vs 14+ but I have heard about a new magazine focusing solely on curvy ladies, even down to the adverts inside only featuring lovely curvy ladies.
I’m liking the press snippets so far as it seems all the ladies have a retro, 50s ish feel to them which I just love! Curvy AND retro ladies… *swoon*
Seems there has been hell on over this new mag if you take the Daily Mail’s article comments
as it promotes obesity and validates an unhealthy lifestyle. Well I think that’s tosh. Being Rubenesque doesn’t mean you live on a diet of liquid pies! No doubt it’s the bigotted elitist folk who think the size 0 culture is fine but anything bigger… you might as well stay in the house and not dare leave.
I think it’s important to, hmm, maybe not encourage people to continue in an unhealthy lifestyle but important to show them that everyone should embrace their looks, size, ethnicity etc. Nowt worst than flicking through Glamour magazine and realising none of the outfits will fit anyone with the breasts of an adult and not a pre pubescent boy. It’s great for giving women exposure to new things and showing them there *IS* alternatives to the crappy shite clothes and features that most magazines think us ‘fat lasses’ want to see !!!
The magazine is called Just as beautiful
and I will be buying it just to check it out for interest. If the magazine is rubbish I can always pass it on to my mate..”Retro Boy” he seems to have a pretty strong penchant for curvy ladies !!! I’m sure Radio Man will enjoy the gratuitous boob-age too!