Last week at work I was sent on training for Frederic Fekkais re-release of his main collectoion. It was really informative and I came away with some products to give a go.
If any of you are familiar with Fekkai you will know he's hair stylist to many stars and as a result produced his hair range to allow us all to get that fabulous hair..haha! His motto is that women should
'Wear your Hair'
The products from the 'Glossing', 'Shea', 'Technician Colour', 'Full Volume' and 'Ironless Straight' collections have been reformulated, renamed, re packaged and is now known as the advanced range. I have to say I much prefer this packaging to the older one it's so much sleeker.
Within the training were put into groups and had to diagnose our partners with the correct hair care line in regards to their main concerns and issues.
I felt that my hair was dry, damaged, thick, regularly styled with heat and as a result wasn't very shiny. My partner chose the 'Essential Shea' range which is probably the one I would have chose for myself! I couldn't wait to get home and try it. Being trained on brands and products always excites me.
I have to say this shampoo isn't for those with fine hair it would just be far too rich. It's a really moisturising shampoo with Shea butter as the primary ingredient. Once I used this shampoo I realised that actually you need very little product to wash your hair. My hair has got pretty long and it actually surprised me that a small amount was sufficient.
My hair was left smelling amazing, feeling bouncy and looked really healthy. This is something I have failed to see in my hair in a while. When I got to work the next day a few of the girls noticed the difference. I am looking forward to using these two over the next month or so to see if the changes last.
Have any of you tried the Frederic Fekkai range? I don't know how much they will retail for but its usually around £20 each. It's quite a lot but I know many of us beauty junkies would part with that for makeup products and well hair is important too! I think it's one of the first things we notice about someone.
What hair products have you tried recently?