Haircare | CharlotteBehappy




Since you liked my Skincare post, I thought I'd show you the haircare products that I use. I wash my hair every other day, and I used to wash it everyday. I use a Babyliss dryer to dry it and put it on full heat but mainly dry the roots. I use a GHD straightener for straightening or curling my hair which I'll do on second day hair only. I didn't include these as the specific ones I've had are no better or worse that any other ones you can get whereas these products are more specific and preferred. Hope you enjoy! Feedback is welcomed. Also, apologies for the crappy photo quality, it was a bit last minute and the weather was too crappy to shoot outside. 



L'oréal Elvive Smooth & Polish. I used to be a massive fan of Dove Shampoo but it gave me dandruff. This one is my holy grail. L'oréal in general is great and all the shampoos in the Elvive line are amazing. They're not too drying on your hair but they really clean it and get out any dandruff or grease. They also leave your hair shiny and strong looking without drying it. The only downside is that the scent is not as nice as something like Aussie.


L'oréal Elvive Damage Care. Regrettably, the bottle didn't last too long, but this was great for protecting your hair, and personally I get quite dry ends. This however kept the end looking shiny and feeling soft and stopped it from looking dry and damaged. Again, this one was unscented. I'd recommend this if your hair is dryer and needs taming.


L'oréal Elvive Triple Resist. I used this as a sort of detangler and to add strength to my hair. This smells a bit odd but as a mist just helps to add shine to my hair. I wouldn't say it's an amazing detangler but it's main purpose is to stop your hair from falling out. Honestly, mine falls out a lot anyway because it's heavy but I'd be interested to hear if someone else gave this a try.


TRESemmé Keratin Smooth Heat Protectant. This is an amazing product which I've raved about here. I love this and will probably continue to repurchase it forever. I use this in my hair whether I'm letting it dry naturally, straightening/curling or drying with a hair dryer. 


Pantene Deep Moisture Soufflé. This is a mousse formula which I apply to the ends of my hair before curling it. My hair is naturally straight and needs helps to curl. This protects it and stiffens it up without making it crispy or crunchy. It adds more texture and body to it but doesn't weigh it down. 


Batiste Dry Shampoo. For those greasy haired days, dry shampoo is a saviour and it's powdery formula absorbs excess oil. I've talked about various scents in my empties posts.


L'oréal Elnett Satin Hairspray. Another one I've reviewed, I love the scent of this so much. It's got good hold and isn't sticky. I went into more detail about it hereatin-hairspray-review.html


Boots Comb. I'm a comb convert. I easily get split ends because I was using quite a harsh brush before. This is safe to use on dry and wet hair and won't break or damage your hair. Honestly, it does take longer to brush but I feel like it brushes better and I know I'm not damaging my hair.