SCHWARZKOPF BRAZILNUT OIL RANGE
I'm a massive fan of the Schwarzkopf got2b range, so when I was asked if I wanted to try out a couple of things from their professional range I was more than happy to give them a whirl slash see if they'd make my slightly damaged hair in better condition. So here's what I thought.
Brazilnut Oil Pulp Treatment
Out of the three products I've used the treatment the most. I'm a creature of habit and have a super long bath every Sunday and for the past few weeks I've added this into my pamper routine. The brazilnut oil treatment is for all hair types but the persky packaging doesn't have any directions for use, so I slather it onto my hair after shampoo-ing and before applying any conditioner.
It's got a slightly weird gritty texture which initially felt a bit odd in my barnet, but the smell is insanely good and makes you feel like you're in an actual hair salon - so that over rides the weird exfoliating feel.
I leave this on my "do" for about 20 minutes and it makes blowdrying a cynch (I think I've spelt that wrong), my hair is way less Hermione Granger and way more...errr...Ron Weasley? He has straight hair doesn't he? Either way it feels swishy and the smell lasts wayyy over 24 hours. I'm already running low so It's definitely a product I'd recommend.
Brazilnut Oil Oil-In Shampoo
I haven't used this product as much, purely because I have an array of different shampoos and alternate them in an attempt to stop my locks getting used to the formula or causing buildup. Whilst I do like this shampoo and again, it smells lovely, It didn't have the wow factor for me. It's nice. It cleans your hair. You don't need to use loads. But I'm super picky and like products that make me think wowzers. It's not a bad product at all, but I'm all about the treatments and oils.
Speaking of wowzers, this product is one of them. It has the signature strong scent and despite being an oil it applies through a spray top making the application dead easy. It's not as heavy as the got2b oil (which I'm still a huge fan of) and doesn't weigh my hair down at. all. I apply this after blowdrying my hair to get a bit of shine back and to nourish those dry ends, and it's really helped. Another product I'd definitely recommend if you're hair is a bit tired after too much bleach.
Overall - if you're hair needs a bit of TLC then the oil and the treatment are the products for you. They don't just mask the problem, the ingredients are there to help "nourish" your hair and help repair it back to it's old healthy state.
What're your favourite hair rescue products?