New In: Lee Stafford, Charles Worthington, Trevor Sorbie

I can't remember the last time I purchased anything other than shampoo and conditioner for my hair as i've had so many different products to use up recently. For the first time since I got my Advantage Card about 4 years ago, Boots finally sent me some vouchers. I got one for 25% off haircare so with their 3for2 offer on professional haircare I managed to treat my hair to some new products and save myself a bit of money too!

Lee Stafford Shine Spray (£5.49)
I've already posted about how much I love this product and after resisting the temptation to buy another bottle for months I finally gave in. I love the smell of this but more importantly it's actually a shine spray that works. As well as making my hair shiny it also makes it softer and works wonders when it is in need of a cut as it makes it look a lot healthier too.

Charles Worthington Shine Hairspray (£5.19)
I wasn't planning on purchasing two shine sprays but this one is also a hairspray. There used to be a specific shine spray in this range that I loved and as the scent of this is also really nice I thought i'd give it a try. I've only used it a couple of times but on first impressions it isn't sticky and keeps your hair in place without making it really hard or obvious that you've used hairspray.

Trevor Sorbie Straightening Spray (£5.10)
I absolutely love the Charles Worthington Frizz Smoothing Leave In Spray but I think it's been discontinued. I've been looking for a similar product for a while and thought this one looked ok. I haven't tried it yet but i'm hoping it will be really good at helping my hair to hold it's straightness for longer without making it look greasy.


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