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Lee Stafford Hair Care

I picked up Heat Protection and Dry Shampoo by Lee Stafford a couple of weeks ago. I am a sucker for cute packaging and I have been toying with the idea of using dry shampoo for ages.

The Heat Protection smells quite nice and left my hair feeling quite shiny after using a hairdryer and straighteners. That’s where the good times ended I’m afraid. More than 2 or 3 pumps made my hair feel sticky and after a few weeks usage it made my hair look dry, which is really not what I am going for as my poor mop is being baked by the sun here everyday!
As for the dry shampoo… I tried, I really tried. I titled my head at different angles, I lifted up sections and rubbed it in but it just doesn’t seem to work! Has anyone else tried this? I refuse to give up on it yet because I feel like I am not using it right!
I shall reserve my judgement on this until I know what I’m doing…..instructions/guidance please!
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7 Comments

  • Reply

    >I haven't tried Lee Stafford dry shampoo, but I have tried others… I think they work okay if your hair is slightly greasy and u use it to go from day to eveing… but my hair gets very greasy and there's NO WAY it would allow me to not have to wash it for a day. It just leaves my hair looking dull and only slightly less oily that before. I really do not like the stuff at all. Maybe it works better for people with normal hair. It sure doesn't work on oily.

    April 26, 2011 at 8:00 am
  • Reply Prettyinthedesert

    >I love the smell of Lee Stafford products! I have the shine spray. I haven't tried this specific dry shampoo, but dry shampoos in general are my favorite. I just part my hair all over my hairline in about one inch sections and spray the roots. Then I rub it in and let it sit for a few minutes before I brush it out. My scalp doesn't get crazy greasy though, but I do like to use it if I have to go out after a workout or if I haven't washed my hair in a few days.

    April 26, 2011 at 8:36 am
  • Reply Miss A

    >I use Lee Stafford's dry shampoo (in fact, I blogged about it yesterday) and I love it.

    I spray it into my roots once my hair is dry (after washing) and rub it in. That way my hair stays nice and fresh all day (I have extremely greasy roots). The key is to properly rub it in 🙂
    The best dry shampoo I've used so far.

    xo

    April 26, 2011 at 8:57 am
  • Reply Sian

    >Try the Lee Stafford hair sunscreen, it's actually quite good, and could be the answer to your hair-baking problems! I also like the treatment tubs, in particular the one for bleached hair, it's very replenishing. x

    April 26, 2011 at 11:59 am
  • Reply Niamh

    >I've used a few different LS products, most I find to be too heavy. I don't generally bother with high-end dry shampoos because they don't actually achieve the old-school dry shampoo effect I'm after- mattified, a certain denseness, holds a style. I actually prefer a little bit of Batiste (cheap and cheerful, in a range of colours and scents) to the professional range versions. In other news, I'm considering attempting the "No 'Poo" experiment for the summer, as I'm at my wits' end with my hair-care routine. It's becoming quite the revolution these days…but do I have the discipline?!

    April 26, 2011 at 12:35 pm
  • Reply Jenny

    >must try out the dry shampoo, im always saying i must invest in one, but never know which one to try. I used to have a Lee Stafford hair fragrance when i was about 13,carried it in my pocket to disguise the smell of cigarettes off me before i went home to my parents he he…

    April 26, 2011 at 10:14 pm
  • Reply Simone G

    >Thanks ladies for all the insight, I am going to give it another go! Everyone keeps saying how could it is so I'm not giving up yet! Thanks Sian for the suncreen one recommendation, I'll have a look for it xx

    April 27, 2011 at 6:46 am
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