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Thursday, 17 November 2016

Haircare Faves : Korres



When I find a haircare product that I consistently fall in love with, it's worth writing about. 

Does anyone else love trying out new shampoo's and conditioners? Before finding this gem I had a few half used bottles hanging out in my shower, just begging me to use them. With their flashy packaging and empty promises of giving me the perfect hair. I've never been loyal to a haircare brand.

Until I found Korres. It was on holiday in Greece when the hotel stocked the mini's in the bathroom that I fell in love. The packaging is simple and somewhat scientific and there are no gimmicks about this brand. They are extremely ethical with no plant waste and the production of natural formulas.

My favourite is designed to help dry/damaged hair...which for a lover of curling irons is a winner. The scent is Almond and Linseed which is an odd combination that seems to work, the end result is a fresh clean scent with undertones of sweetness coming through. A scent that lasts as well! Some haircare I find smells nice in the bottle but disappears throughout the day. Another thing that lasts is the actual product, I've had the same bottles for just over a month and I still have half left... and that's not a reflection on how often I wash my hair because I wash it everyday (again another bad hair habit!).. so it really doesn't have any negatives.

I've been using this for around a month now and my hair has never looked healthier along with a mandatory cut I have continued to use curling irons nearly every day and it doesn't seem to look bad (it has previously)...so I will continue to rely on Korres, and can't wait to try their skincare, because it's worked miracles for my hair so hopefully the same goes for my skin! 


Where to buy Korres Haircare : Waitrose  John Lewis  ASOS 

Find out more about Korres : Click Here

Samantha x

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