It must have been about 3 years ago now, that a really bad
hairdresser (naming no names!) gave me a terrible cut & colour, but
introduced me to what is now, BY FAR, my fave haircare brand – Davines! She
sold me a sea salt spray that I was really dubious of at first, but ended up
wearing it every day! After I used it up there were a few months where I hadn’t
bought anything new from Davines, but then their Oi Oil burst onto the scene,
and I saw lots of my fave bloggers and vloggers raving about the brand!
So, after giving the Oi Oil a try (and freakin’ loving it, I
might add!) I reached out to Davines to ask if they had any opportunities to
work with bloggers, and they kindly sent me lots of stuff from their amazing
range! I’ve been trying it all out over the last few months, and I honestly
don’t know how another brand could ever impress me as much again! Their
shampoos and conditioners are especially amazing, and I would so strongly
recommend them to anyone who’s hair doesn’t react well to standard, cheaper
brands out there, who really have some naffy ingredients! Here’s a run-down of
the stuff I tried:
PS – I’ve also been providing images for Davines’ social
media campaigns, so check out their Instagram here to see some of my handy
Delicate daily products, for normal hair. With red celery
I used this super-gentle range whenever I’d used toner on my
new blonde hair, so as not to aggravate it anymore that it needed to me. It was
great for my dry scalp!
Moisturising for dry & dehydrated hair. With yellow melon extract.
This was another amazingly soothing product for my newly
bleached hair. Whenever I dye my hair, I get a period of about 2 weeks where
the roots get super oily within a day, to try and help out my poor dried out
ends. But Having used this for a few days here and there, I definitely noticed
a massive improvement!
Anti-breakage for damaged hair. With Lentil Seed Extract.
I think this might be my favourite of all the shampoo &
conditioner combos. It’s so nourishing for my hair, and always revamps the
shine when my hair feels dull and lifeless. I love to leave the conditioner in
for a few hours, as it works a treat!
For highly processed, brittle hair. With tomato extract.
I know I sound like a broken record, but this is another
must for colour hair. It was especially good for me a few weeks after going
blonde, at that point where your hair is a bit sick of all the blow drying and
straightening! I love to use it when I;m due for a haircut, as that’s when my
hair is most brittle.