Last years biggest beauty trend had to be the addition of coconut oil to help improve, moisturise, hydrate and generally benefit your skin, hair and nails. I’ve been using it to coconut oil to cook with, I’ve been keeping a pot in my bedroom to remove make up and I’ve been buying products that are coconut based. I can even smell coconuts as I’m thinking about it. When Lee Stafford brought out the new range of coconut based products, it was more than inevitable that I would be owning these. Not only am I obsessed with the Lee Stafford range, but coconut as well? Yes please! The Lee Stafford Coco Loco range is all sorts of gorgeous and here is the low down of the full collection.
The Lee Stafford Coco Loco range comprises of six products, each designed to moisturise the hair whilst smoothing it down and creating a sleek shine. No hair care range would be complete without a good base of cleansing so the Coco Loco Shampoo is the first port of call. It works into the most fantastic lather and makes my hair feel squeaky clean, and it really works at getting rid of the build up of product that I have been using over the previous few days. Following on from shampooing, the Coco Loco Conditioner really moisturises the hair and leaves it feeling soft and silky without it being flyaway and weighted down. Once a week, or if needed, I add the Coco Loco Coconut Mask to my hair between shampooing and conditioning. It’s best to be used after shampooing whilst the hair cuticles are open, letting the mask penetrate deep inside the hair shaft for ultimate moisture. My hair feels amazing after using the mask, and I’ve been using it on damp hair and leaving it on for a good while whilst it takes effect for gorgeous locks.
When it comes to styling and blow drying, the Coco Loco range has three products that will help stop hair from getting damaged and adding the nourishing moisture back into damp hair. Before I even brush out my hair, I spritz my towel dried hair with the Coco Loco Coconut Spritz before combing through. It gets rid of any tangles and combined with my Wet Brush, I’ve never had hair as manageable when it’s wet. I then use the Coco Loco Blow and Go Genius Lotion on my hair before blow drying. It’s a smoothing cream that’s not unlike my hardcore favourite Lee Stafford Ubuntu Oils Blow Dry Smootheee, except that it smells like coconut. As I curl my hair so much, it helps hold my hair whilst keeping it smooth and protected from the heat, without getting those frizzy ends that I hate so much. The final little godsend is the Coco Loco Coconut Balm which I keep in my bag for when I’m out and about. The balm is a finishing balm and it leaves the most beautiful shimmer on the hair whilst keeping your style smooth and keeping flyaways at bay. I’ve been taking it to work and using it to smooth down my hairstyle during the day. Running backwards and forwards to the galley has a detrimental effect on that sleek and chic cignon so the coconut balm is becoming my new best friend.
There’s no secret about just how obsessed I am with everything that Lee Stafford does, and when I’m sat in my room drying my hair with my Lee Stafford dryer, or curling it with my Lee Stafford curler, it’s because the quality of the products are amazing. For a range that the most expensive hair product is about £12, there’s no reason why you shouldn’t be trying these out. By the way, Lee Stafford is often on Boots 3 for 2 as well. Thank me later! Check out the full range of Lee Stafford at Boots.
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