Brushing too hard, using too many hot tools, too much colour—we may mess with our strands, but it’s also important to treat them right. If you’re looking to turn you hair into a halo of glossy waves, check out the latest shine makers, which pack in all the bene ts of a salon appointment into a handy bottle. From a shampoo that promises a scalp detox and thickening tonics, to conditioners to revive lost lustre and ones that seal the moisture, here’s our edit of haircare products with unfailing ingredients that you need to add to your beauty shelves this season.
1. Charles Worthington ShinePlex Mirror Shine Shampoo: £7.99, www.Boots.com
2. Charles Worthington Glossing Mist: £7.99, www.Boots.com
3. Charles Worthington ShinePlex Mirror Shine Conditioner: £7.99, www.Boots.com
4. Charles Worthington Moisture Seal Intensive Oil Rescue Mask: £6.99, www.Boots.com
5. Aveda Smooth Infusion Shampoo: £21.50, www.Aveda.co.uk
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