My hair has never been my best feature (honestly even a passable feature). Its super thin and fine and gets frizzy in humidity. I am not a fan of my hair. It falls quite a bit as well so I am really careful with the products I use on it. Recently I have been on a natural shampoo trip. I have been trying to do this all around and follow a better hair care routine, but have been extra careful about using natural shampoos because of how fragile my hair is.
These are the three I have been rotating and using.
Neo Veda Cederwood, Basil and Rosemary Shampoo
I picked this up on my way back from India in August and have been using it off and on ever since. I feel it makes my hair less frizzy without making it dry. Honestly I wish I could use it more often but I am scared its going to get over!
Pros: no parabens.
Cons: not easily available in the UK but can be ordered online on Amazon.
2. Apivita Shampoo Propoline
I love everything about this brand! I was in Corfu and frantically buying everything with olive oil in it when my Greek friend mentioned she is a big fan of this Greek brand. So I bought one bottle of their shampoo to try. And how I wished I had bought many many more! On my trip to Barcelona, I hunted for Apivita products in every Barcelona pharmacy and finally found one.
I usually use the shampoos made for thinning hair since my hair is very thin and scanty. I cannot say its made my hair any thicker but I definitely see the difference in the quality of my hair wigs when I use an Apivita shampoo versus any other. It looks healthier, shiner.
Pros: natural, no synthetics and parabens.
Cons: not easily available since its only available in Harvey Nichols and they don’t seem to have everything in stock. They don’t use other animal products but do use bee products.
3. Lush Spicy and Stimulating Shampoo Bar
This is the shampoo I use on a regular basis. I really really like it. This shampoo is basically said to promote healthy hair and stimulate hair follicles. I won’t say that I now have shampoo commercial quality hair but I do feel there is less hair fall. And as with other Lush products, I love the clean, minimal packaging and almost all-natural ingredients.
Pros: natural, minimal packaging, very travel friendly since its solid so doesn’t count to your liquid count.
Cons: nothing I can think of!
So what shampoo do you use? I am curious to know. Are you curious to try any of the ones I listed?
I had a super fun night so wanted to brag about it! In case you didn’t hear (even though I have been shouting from the rooftops) I went for Kenzo x HM preview and got this top (since I could not afford the dress I wanted) and this sweatshirt. Unfortunately I realised the sweatshirt is from the men’s section so its a little big. I’ll sleep on it and figure out what to do. The preview event was super fun – a DJ playing some super music, beautiful cocktails and chocolates. I took a lot of pictures and videos which you can find on our Instagram stories – check these out quickly because they will dissappear in a day! You can also read our review of H&M’s previous deisgner collabration with Balmain.
Also I hope you are aware that we have opened up our sari shop online! Take a look – you can buy them online straight from our website. We really hope you like them – we do. 🙂