Herbal Essences Beautiful Ends Split End Protection Cream

The ends of my hair are the driest. As much as I love the way the colour has added a little interest to my hair, I can’t escape the fact that my hair isn’t as healthy as it used to be.

Regular trims are essential to prevent your coloured hair splitting and breaking and deep conditioning treatments are essential and I haven’t been visiting the salon as regularly as I should.

I asked celebrity stylist and Herbal Essences Ambassador Ben Cooke (clients include Leona Lewis, Minnie Driver, David and Victoria Beckham and Cheryl Cole) what ladies with ombré can do to keep their hair healthy.

He said: ‘Hair that has been coloured, especially dip dyed or ombré is going to have lost moisture and could be dry and brittle towards the ends. This is a great time to make sure you have your Herbal Essences Beautiful Ends Split Ends Serum in your handbag. Instead of fiddling and messing with your already dry ends apply the serum as often as needed to help tame any frizz and instantly add moisture.’

Herbal Essences Beautiful Ends Protection Cream

This stuff is fantastic! After just one use the ends of my hair looked so much smoother, less frizzy and flyaway and generally in a much better condition. I used it all over the hair but applied extra on the ends and the difference was immediately visible.

I’ve used lots of lotions and potions on my hair over the years but this is hands down the best one I have tried so far. And it’s a bargain at less than a fiver! I’ve bought a bottle for my Mum, told my friends to get it; seriously, you need this product in your life.

Whether your hair is coloured or not, relaxed or natural, if you’re ever going to dry it using heat, get a bottle of Herbal Essences Beautiful Ends Split End Protection Cream and keep it by your blow-dryer so you remember to use it each and every time you wash your hair and prepare to be amazed by the results.

Herbal Essences Beautiful Ends Split End Protection Cream – £4.79

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