I was contacted a few weeks back and asked if I would like to try one of Phil Smith’s products, as you may know Phil Smith is a well-known international hairdresser. He opened his first salon back in 1991 in Salisbury, from their things took off after opening salons across the globe and winning a multitude of awards, he launched his own range of hair care back in 2005 which has since then grown in size with plenty of choice dependent on your hair type.
I was sent the shampoo and conditioner from the Moisture Rich range aimed at people with dry and damaged hair to help it become Supple and Silky.
As I’ve said on my blog before I have fly away, greasy roots with dryish ends so this wouldn’t be one I would pick up off the shelves as I would pass it by as not being for me.
I do admit I haven’t used this every time I’ve washed my hair, I think that would have been moisture overload, but I’ve used it every other wash, and it seems to have done a good job. My ends are obviously lacking moisture (or is probably just heat damaged from the drying and straightening) as it really seems to be helping my hair it is definitely not quite so frizzy and fly away, while my waves have seemed to become more defined. It definitely also adds shine and lustre to your hair, my natural high lights of copper seem to have been more prominent though maybe that’s just my imagination.
It’s made me wonder if I need to rethink my hair routine at all. Do I need something more moisture based? Is my hair fly away because I don’t have enough moisture in my hair, but then what about my greasy roots? Anyone who’s a hair expert fancy taking a look for me and giving me your opinion?
You can grab this duo and all his other ranges from Sainsbury’s the Moisture Duo come in at £3.99 each for 250ml though according to Sainsbury’s online they are at the moment buy one get one free!
Have you tried this duo or anything else from Phil Smith, what do you think?