Beauty Give your hair a fa­cial

Be­cause it’s not just about your skin – treat your tresses to some TLC, too!

Woman (UK) - - This Issue -

Best for: hair growth nanogen thick­en­ing treat­ment Con­di­tioner, £8.99, has the same lev­els of hyaluronic acid as a mois­turiser. hold­ing up to 1,000 times its own weight in wa­ter, the acid floods your hair with hy­dra­tion. Best for: tam­ing frizz Sheet masks for your hair are the lat­est way to treat tresses. red­ken all soft mega re­cov­ery tis­sue mask Cap, £7.50, feelu­nique. com, in­jects se­ri­ous mois­ture into over-pro­cessed, dis­tressed hair. Best for: flat hair col­la­gen de­pletes as we age, slow­ing hair growth. mark hill Xl Vol­ume am­pli­fy­ing serum, £7.49, works like a filler, giv­ing ex­treme body to your locks.

Best for: Coloured hair rita hazan lock + Block Pro­tec­tive spray, £21, sel­fridges.com, is a light­weight mist with SPFS to pro­tect hair from the sun and pre­vent colour fade and frizz.

Best for: split ends a mir­a­cle for skin, dr or­ganic Co­coa But­ter won­der oil, £11.99, hol­land & Bar­rett, can be used on your hair, too. it also smells di­vinely choco­latey.

Best for: reg­u­lar hair wash­ers For a gen­tle cleanse, try Charles worthington ev­ery­day gen­tle mi­cel­lar sham­poo, £5.99. it works like a mag­net, draw­ing dirt and grease out of the hair strands.

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