|Top: H&M (old). Skirt: Boden Icons (sold out). Heels: Jimmy Choo (old but buy similar here). Clutch: Jigsaw (buy similar here)|
It may be on the stranger side of the phobia spectrum but it's just something that's not me. I always ask to leave the hair salon with my hair wet, a blowdry is either too straight, too bouncy, too springy and put simply: too 'done'.
Don't get me wrong, I love them on other people (Erica Davies from The-Edited, for example, always looks amazing), I just don't feel myself. I do, however (miraculously), still get asked what products I use on my hair, so thought I'd share a few of my faves.
|'Precious Blonde' shampoo: £12.50, Josh Wood at Marks & Spencer. 'Silver' shampoo: £6.99, Maria Nila. 'Silver' conditioner: £7.99, Maria Nila|
A few months ago, I wanted to dye my hair grey, but my hairdresser at Lockenego persuaded me to stay blonde and use toner to keep it staying on the 'icier' side. So far, I'm loving the ashier colour it is keeping my hair. And it doesn't last forever, so I can switch back at any point. But I make sure I use hair masques in-between (such as Aveda Dry Remedy) to keep those bleached dry ends intact. Davines is also great for enhancing your colour as well as leaving your hair shiny and nourishes.
|Alchemic 'silver' shampoo: £15, Davines. Alchemic 'silver' conditioner: £19, Davines|
|Leave-in conditioner: £8.95, Tigi. Candle: £42, Diptyque. Ring: £52 for a set of three, Kenzo at Cadenzza. Necklace: £85, Daisy Jewellery|
|Botanical hair shine oil: £17.25, Liz Earle. Marble side table: £279 for two, West Elm. 'The Sleep Revolution': £16.64, Amazon|
|Silk Groom: £18, Kiehl's at Liberty|
|'London' dry shampoo: £3.50, COLAB. Dry shampoo killer volume: £0.97, Superdrug. Dryspun finish: £22, Bumble & Bumble|
|Dress: Boden Icons (sold out)|
|Dress: £42, Asos (sold out). Sandals: £250, LK Bennett. Sunglasses: £28 in the sale, Le Specs at Very Exclusive. Clutch: Dorothy Perkins (old)|